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Center Stage: Glee Club Spring Break Day 7

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The Glee Club traveled to Barron Collier High School Friday morning to have a convocation for students involved in band, choir, and music appreciation.


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Many high school girls were very surprised when the men of PVGC came and sang to them during the run out song.


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Ba-na-na made a certain birthday girl at Barron Collier feel very special with their rendition of “Earth Angel."


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Some of the Seniors talked with some members of the BC choirs about college life and the benefits of having a college education at Purdue enhanced by the PMO experience.


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Assistant Director of the Glee Club, Ted Arthur, grabs some of the wonderful lunch that was provided by the Barron Collier choral department.


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Some men from the BC choirs perform their rendition of “For the Longest Time” with Flashback’s member John Lindstrom. John performed the same solo that he does for the Flashback’s "Billy Joel Medley."


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The women of Barron Collier’s group, Bel Canto, performed a few numbers for the Glee Club after lunch.

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The men of the PVGC sang BCHS’s rendition of the song “Unity” with the students of the choral department. This is the song that has come to unite the Barron Collier choral community and is the tune with which they finish every show. The PVGC would like to thank the students and staff of BCHS for our continued relationship and hope to soon return to Barron Collier High School.


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Being that it was a warm and sunny afternoon, the gentlemen of the Glee Club enjoyed the beautiful scenery and sunshine at the Royal Poinciana Golf Club in Naples.


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Somebody’s excited! New man Caleb Larsen jovially sets up some risers before the performance.


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Bill led the men of the Glee Club as they warmed up for the evening performance to the song “Ambassadors of Song."


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“…Everybody’s workin’ for the weekend…” The PMO staff works hard during a break between sound check and dinner.


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The PMO staff and the guys were happy to be able to watch the Purdue Men’s NCAA first round game against Sienna. Luckily, everyone was in a good mood as the Boilers beat the Saints.


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Tyler Stryker poses with Mr. and Mrs. Eby during the mingling hour at RP. The Eby’s own Eby Ford in northwest Indiana and are from Tyler’s hometown of Wakarusa, IN.


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Bill talks to a former member of the Glee Club during cocktail hour. This gentleman was a member during the “glory days” of Al Stewart.


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The audience thoroughly enjoyed the sounds of the Glee Club as the men of the PVGC started the show in a surround position.


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The show started off with a bang as the Glee Club performed one of their newest medleys called “The Day Medley."


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Senior and assistant manager Dan Gardiner makes a young lady’s heart palpitate as he sings during the run out.


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Bill presents a signed photo of the Glee Club to the manager of Royal Poinciana, Michael McDonald, in gratitude for the years that RP has hosted the PVGC.


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Several Seniors pose for a photo with good friends of PMO, the Bailey and Houston families, after the show. The Baileys’ and Houstons’ have done so much to host and support the Glee Club over the years and Purdue Musical Organizations couldn’t be more grateful for their continued support, friendship, and love for PMO and the Glee Club.


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Just prior to 10:30 P.M. the Purdue Varsity Glee Club departed RP for West Lafayette. The Glee Club would like to thank the PMO Staff, parents, our host families, and friends of PMO who made this trip an unforgettable experience. Without your support and care, the Glee Club and PMO ensembles would be unable to have great opportunities such as this! Hail Purdue!

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