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Students begin classes in RPAC facilities following its inauguration

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Peformers attended their first classes in the Rothschild Performing Arts Center today.

Students in theater teacher Jeffrey Draper’s study of theater class took a tour of the building before practicing their individual monologues.

“It’s pretty big and it definitely looks more professional than the one we had before,” study of theater student Cedric Nowatzyk (11) said. “I’m looking forward to seeing more shows and maybe being in the fall play next year.”

The Orchestra students were excited to have a new and improved rehearsal space in an acoustically-tuned room.

“I’m looking forward to improving and playing in the actual theater,” flutist Anika Tiwari (10) said. “In our first rehearsal today we could hear a lot of things we couldn’t hear before just because we were in a bad acoustic environment and I’m really excited to get better.”

Nicole Chen
Orchestra rehearses in the Rothschild Performing Arts Center Monday morning. Students in performing arts classes had class in the performing arts center starting Monday.

Nicole Chen
Students in Performing Arts teacher Jeffrey Draper’s Study of Theater class tour the performing arts center. Students in performing arts classes had class in the performing arts center starting Monday.

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Members of Downbeat rehearse during their class period on Monday. Students in performing arts classes had class in the new building starting Monday.

Ashley Jiang
Director of performing arts Laura Lang-Ree rehearses with members of Downbeat. Students in performing arts classes had class in the new building starting Monday.

Ashley Jiang
Vocal music teacher conducts a group of singing students in a rehearsal room in the new performing arts center. Director of performing arts Laura Lang-Ree rehearses with Downbeat. Students in performing arts classes had class in the new building starting Monday.

Ashley Jiang
Members of Downbeat rehearse one of their songs in a vocal rehearsal room. Director of performing arts Laura Lang-Ree rehearses with Downbeat. Students in performing arts classes had class in the new building starting Monday.

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  1. Jessie Wang on March 25th, 2018 8:53 am

    Nice Video!!!

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