Falcon Cove’s Chorus and Band Program Spreads Holiday Spirit During Their Winter Concerts

The Winter Band concert was full of talent and holiday spirits at the show in mid-December.

Written By Samantha Duatre, Leia Walker, Devora Moss, Isabel Gonzalez, Carmen Riveramejia, Valeria Pulido, and Abigail Souza

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On December 11th and 12th, the Rock Band, Jazz Band, and Chorus students presented a beautiful  at Falcon Cove. In addition a  special performance from  Cypress Bay Symphonic Band. It was an opportunity for students and parents to listen to music celebrating the holiday season.

“I have played the guitar for a long time now and I am so glad I have the opportunity to take part in such a wonderful elective”, said Arianna Davis

Mateo Vaquero Morea participated in the Winter Concert as a trumpet and tuba player. He is an eighth-grader at Falcon Cove that has been in the band for a year and a half. The Winter Concert will be his second time playing in a concert for FCMS.

“For trumpet, I played ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight’, ‘Caravan’, and ‘Dream’. For Tuba I played ‘Music in the dark’, ‘Favorite’, and Christmas/Hanukkah playback,” Mateo said.

The audience saw groups perform that were chosen in each period by instrument and skill. And the show was so well organized thanks to band and chorus director  Ms.Claire Ramirez.

“Songs that were the best hits were ‘You will be Found,’ ‘Seasons of love,’ and ‘Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.” said by seventh-grader Juan Acuna, who attended the winter concert.

The concerts were a success and the audience seemed to agree as they cheered and clapped at their favorite holiday tunes.

 

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