In a conversation with The Hurricane, senior Julia Gorordo explained that she is more than prepared to answer the call of supporting childrens’ creative development.
About 15 students will be performing on Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at 5 p.m. The songs are all classical songs ranging from Mozart and Beethoven to 20th-century pieces.
Regardless of enjoying (or not enjoying) the performance, the overall vibe of the night was one filled with comradery and high spirits, resulting in a night of bonding between alumni and current students alike.
Released by Kemosabe/RCA Records and produced by Doja herself, alongside Tyson Trax and Yeti Beats, this full-length album proves why she deserves to have her name amongst 2019’s other breakout artists.
Sticking true to the theme of the film series itself, the soundtrack is one huge celebration of femininity and womanhood.
The concert will feature many diverse voices and cultures that have been expressed through music, including modern works along with classical pieces. It is named after Yemayá, who is known as the goddess of motherhood, oceans and the healing arts. She has been celebrated for centuries throughout the world, especially in Cuba.
21 Savage may have something to prove performatively at this year’s concert, but if there’s one thing UM students are, it’s always ready for a good time.
“I’m extremely excited to play this program for everyone this weekend. We’ve been working pretty hard on it, and I want to share our progress and the tremendous pieces,” Tomko. said. “I’m also super excited to show off my teacher.”
“TURN OFF THE LIGHT” is pop genius, with effortless transitions between tracks that make it seem never-ending.