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Center Stage

Center Stage: Glee Club in Cincinnati Day 2

Saturday, February 2, 2013

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After an early call time, the Glee Club rehearsed for their performance during the early service at the Temple Shalom.


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Despite bad weather conditions brought on by an early snowstorm, people still flocked to the temple both to worship, and to listen to the Glee Club perform.


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After the service, the Glee Club sat down with the congregation members in order to enjoy some fresh lox.


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After leaving the temple, the Glee Club headed to “Trader’s World” where seniors Matthew Hanauer, Aaron Bourdage, and Chris Soverns, along with Assistant Director Ted Arthur, tried on some classy eyewear.


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Lance Connolly, the event coordinator of PMO, spent some time with the Josephsons, who run “Trader’s World”, and are parents to Junior Jay Josephson.


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After lunch, the Glee Club arrived at St. Xavier’s Cathedral, where some gentlemen took the chance to take pictures of the beautiful architecture.


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During the service, the Glee Club sang from the balcony, and performed such songs as “Ave Maria” and “Lux Aurumque” .


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The Glee Club also sang with the congregation during the service, assisted by some sheet music.


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After finishing the service, the Glee Club came down to the main floor in order to take advantage of the wonderful acoustics in St. Xavier's.


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After being set free for dinner, Senior Matthew Lancaster, a resident of Cincinnati decides to visit one of his favorite restaurants for a quick bite to eat. 


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The Glee Club arrived at the Cincinnati Music Hall to attend a performance by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, as well as the May Festival Chorus, in which a '66 Glee Club alumnus sings.


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The Glee Club found their seats, and enjoyed the performance.

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