Center Stage: Glee Club Camp - Day 3
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Sophomore Matt Hanauer helps New Man Brett Stockman learn some music.
The basses work on a song during rehearsal.
Baritones and 2nd Tenors share in the fellowship of song.
Senior Kevin Norman converses with his Glee Club Sire Larry Campbell.
Junior Mark Knight and his Sire Martin Sickafoose.
The guys enjoy a wonderful meal of tacos.
The Campus Relations Committee and Sir Jacob Ludwig pose with Sire Paul Ziemer.
The Glee Club sings their rendition of “The Eagle.”
Bill Griffel leads the men in song.
Kevin Norman sings the solo in the Glee Club’s version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Glee Clubbers serenade special guests Art and Kathryn Lorenz.
The men work tirelessly on polishing their sound.
Senior Ben Kline sings the solo for “God Bless the U.S.A.”
Seniors Kevin Norman and Jacob Ludwig help Assistant Director Ted Arthur fix the piano.
Daily Student Perspective Wednesday – Senior John Lindstrom
Well… We did it. It’s halfway through camp, and everyone is really optimistic. The New Men are taking great strides, and really proving to be a great class with wonderful voices and amazing chemistry. Today we started with a crisp morning jog followed by a healthy breakfast. We started our morning rehearsals with a few of our medleys and then continued work on our brand new opener. The group’s sound is really coming together as the new men begin to build confidence and learn how to create the right sound. We had a wonderful Tex-Mex lunch with our Sires. A few stuck around for our afternoon rehearsal as we ran through the PMO collaboration song, “There Will Always Be a Song.” The Purduettes came over for a fantastic dinner and Seniors Kevin Norman and Emily Grimm educated the new men and women on the correct etiquette in public situations. To wrap up the night, a few guys worked on solos, specialties did some run-throughs, and men looked over music to prepare for Friday. Everything is looking wonderful and we’re all ready for the brand new year to start!!!