Fourth annual Valentines concert

Fourth annual Valentines concert

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Sophomore Brennen Tozlian sings ‘Take it all’ by Adele in the fourth annual Valentines concert, Feb. 9.

FC music director Susan Ainley hosts the fourth annual Valentines concert ‘Fly me to the moon’ in the Student Ministries Center, Feb. 9.

This concert is a celebration of love in honor of the upcoming holiday Valentines Day. The night includes music ranging from songs of loss to songs of hope and love.

A total of 13 soloists and three duets perform in this year’s concert. The performers were Landon Goldsborough, ‘19, Thy Pham, ‘20, Brennen Tozlian, ‘21, Aimee Castaneda, ‘21, Hayden Trevino, ‘22, Maddy Tatham, ‘22, Nicole Wagoner, ‘20, Amanda Grimmius, ‘19, Macie Thompson, ‘19, David Tuck, ‘22, Angelica Escalera, ‘19, and Kamryn Schultz ‘19. Duets were sung by Lindsay Weimer, ‘20, Wesley Hinton, ‘20, Macie Thompson, ‘19, Landon Goldsborough, ‘19, Amanda Grimmius, ‘19, and Andrew Moore, ‘21.

First time singing in the concert, Moore shares his favorite part of the event.

“My all-time favorite part of this year’s concert was the opening song ‘Fly me to the moon’,” Moore said. “I loved being able to sing in the concert this year and I would love to do it again next year! In addition to adding to my experience, this concert allowed me to learn and become better at singing.”

Stay tuned to The Feather to view a full video of the concert soon within the next few days.

Let us know what your favorite song was in the comments below.

For more on music at FCS visit, Fall choral concert highlights FCS choirs, Oct. 22 by Max Muñoz.

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Lindsay Weimer
When most people climb into the ring or step on a battlefield they have trained for the fight of their life. Lindsay Weimer, ‘20, never thought her sophomore year would entail facing cancer, overcoming hip replacement and pelvic reconstruction, all while never losing hope. One year out from this courageous fight Lindsay is taking on new challenges as a photojournalist on The Feather. Weimer aspires to improve upon her photography skills in order to start her own business, photographing people with disabilities. After completing high school, Weimer anticipates attending university to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a nurse anesthetist. Alongside caring for people, Lindsay enjoys singing and is a member of the campus women’s Bellezza ensemble, the student led worship team, Sister to Sister, a student mentoring program, CSF and looks forward to re-joining school sports.

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  1. Susan Ainley February 13, 2019 at 9:54 am - Reply

    It really was the best! Everyone sang their heart out, and I am so proud of them all!

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