‘Fly Me to The Moon’ Valentine’s Concert 2019

‘Fly Me to The Moon’ Valentine’s Concert 2019

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Lindsay Weimer | The Feather Online

Senior, Kamryn Schultz, sings ‘Landslide’, by the Dixie Chicks at the annual valentines day concert, Feb. 9.

The fourth annual Valentine’s Day concert is held in the Student Ministries Center, Feb. 9. Concert choir and ensemble members sing a variety of love, breakup and friendship songs, all celebrating Valentine’s day.

Soloists, duets and groups perform, alongside a band of alumni and friends of the choral department. Groups and family of the performers enjoy the fully decorated venue, with a dessert of cheesecake served by the junior high choir. The night of music comes with no charge to the audience, only a request for donations to the choral department.

The Valentine’s Day concert began in 2016 with just the ensemble as the group prepared for their first Carnegie Hall trip. As the concert gained popularity, both choir and ensemble began to sing solos, duets and group numbers.

Senior, Landon Goldsborough, joined choir this year. Singing two songs, he both began and ended the concert.

“With it being my first year in choir, it was a good experience to sing at the Valentine’s day concert.” Goldsborough said. “The atmosphere was really supportive. Looking back, I wish I would have been in choir last year as well.”

Some of the songs played at the concert include, ‘Fly Me to The Moon’, by Frank Sinatra, ‘I See The Light’, from Disney’s Tangled, ‘Stay’, by Rihanna, and ‘All I Ask of You’, from Phantom of the Opera.

The video below shows the valentines day concert in its entirety:

For last years Valentine’s concert video, watch Valentine’s Day Concert 2018

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Blake Deffenbacher
Second year Feather staffer, Blake Deffenbacher, ‘20, spends his second year on the Feather team as a video journalist. In his first year, Deffenbacher developed his camera skills as a photojournalist, learning the workflow and concept of media in journalism. Over the summer, he used those skills in his church, CrossCity Christian Church, working alongside the churches creative arts and media team to produce numerous marketing and promotion videos. Deffenbacher spent this time with his church practicing and perfecting his filming, directing and editing skills. This year, Deffenbacher hopes to use those skills to benefit the video team. Outside of The Feather, Deffenbacher spends time practicing to play for his schools golf team. After winning the league championship as a team and finishing second place overall in the league individually last year, Deffenbacher hopes to lead the team to the Valley Championships this year. Upon graduating, Deffenbacher plans on moving out of Fresno to attend a four year university. His hopes are to major in business management or marketing. With that expertes, Deffenbacher sees many career opportunities in marketing and business. Deffenbacher knows that the skills that he learns on The Feather team will benefit him in his future careers, both in media and writing.


  1. Carston Saelzler
    Carston Saelzler February 14, 2019 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    Best one yet! All the performances were amazing. Can’t wait for next years.

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    Kamryn Schultz February 15, 2019 at 8:13 am - Reply

    Amazing concert! Love all these songs!

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