Q/A with SpringArts applicants

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Freshman Nicole Raab.

Julie Hedrick, Staff Reporter

Freshman Nicole Raab:

Q: What did you do for your audition?

A: We had a pre-recorded video that a bunch of friends and I made, and then Katya and I sang a song to it live.

Q: Why did you audition?

A: I didn’t really have anything better to do in the spring so I thought, ‘why not put something together?’

Q: Why did you chose to do spring arts instead of participating in a sport?

A: The only other sport I would’ve done is track and it took so much time that I thought I should probably just focus on other things.

Q: Will you audition again next year?

A: Probably

 

Senior Graham Rebhun,:

Q: What did you do for your audition?

A: We had to prepare a lot. I got a group of guys together and made them practice a song that Douglas Richer arranged. It’s an acapella mash-up of three songs, Everybody Talks by the Neon Trees, Geronimo by Sheppard, and Four Five Seconds by Kanye West, Rhianna, and Paul McCartney. And then I’m doing another acapella group with some other people, Caroline Shank, Evan Dotas, Isabelle Burden, and Shannon Richard. [With that group] we’re doing a song by Pentatonix which is a five person acapella group, it’s called Standing By, it’s kind of a slower song.

Q: Why did you audition?

A: It’s so much fun and I think it’s really cool that they give everybody else a chance to do like a showcase and like show their talents.

Q: Why did you chose to do spring arts instead of participating in a sport?

A: I don’t really play sports much, at all, so that’s kind of the reason why, plus I enjoy it more than sports, even if I was ok at a sport I’d still do [Spring Arts].

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