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https://youtu.be/pc91jH0RnTo On Sunday, April 22, Jesuit's Men's Chorus performed the Star Spangled Banner in front thousands of spectators. This marks the second time Men's Chorus has performed at Globe Life Park on Jesuit Family Day. They did a wonderful job and hopefully we shall see them again next year!
The sound of silence encompasses the room as the conductor stands up on the podium to begin the glorious music. Recently the Jesuit Ursuline Ranger Band performed at Bishop Lynch on April 6th to receive professional adjudication. Before that, the band participated in community service. They provided help to Network, an organization that helps provide assistance to families by coaching...
The artist picks up their utensil, whether it be a paintbrush, pen, or even their hands. This may be their first piece, last piece, or one in between. However, only the artist knows what this one will entail. Sure, technically anyone can be an artist, but every artist has their own personal touch that makes their pieces truly unique. Painter and...
Isle of Dogs (2018), is the newest stop-motion animation film from famed director Wes Anderson, known for such works as The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), Moonrise Kingdom (2012), and Rushmore (1998).   Isle of Dogs is Wes Anderson's second stop-motion animation film. His first, Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), is an adaptation of the famous children's book written by Roal Dahl. Fantastic Mr. Fox was praised by many for its...
Previously, I showcased my working versions of my two characters to see if anyone was interested in the modeling/rigging/skinning workflow, and I saw enough interest to justify another article. I intentionally left out sculpting, complex character design, and animation, which I will cover here. (I will still be exclusively using free, open source, or student licensed software. The staples are...
On January 18th, Dr. David Ranney shared his recreation of Lewis and Clark’s legendary journey through the unknown, furthering the museum visitors’ knowledge of our past and giving them a taste of the rugged life the explorers faced. Dr. Ranney’s photography captures the landscapes, wildlife, and lifestyle of the land the United States acquired from France in 1803. Many of...
The lights dim. The people hush. The performers take the stage. Everyone waits with bated breath for the first line to be delivered . . . and then all too quickly it ends, and you leave wishing for more—more drama, more comedy, more performances.  Welcome to Jesuit One Acts. Jesuit Theatre held its fourteenth annual senior directed one-act plays on...
They spent countless late nights practicing, tirelessly perfecting their tone, pitch, rhythm, articulations. They worked and worked, and on January 27, it all came together. On January 27, six Jesuit students performed at the Eisemann center as part of TPSMEA’s prestigious All-State Band. November 27 Application deadline. Each student recorded and submitted the two-state etudes. "I didn't feel too nervous because the...

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