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Amidst the stress of final exams, Mac's musical programs find time to take to the stage

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Music to Our Ears

Seniors Tryston Davis (left) and Wilson Caballero (right) cheer on McCallum Choir alumni as they join the current choir onstage. At the end of the last concert, former Mac choir members are invited to sing

Seniors Tryston Davis (left) and Wilson Caballero (right) cheer on McCallum Choir alumni as they join the current choir onstage. At the end of the last concert, former Mac choir members are invited to sing "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" by Lutkin. It is sung at the end of each choir concert to say goodbye to the audience. "I love it when the alumni come up and sing with us," Davis said. "It's so fun to see everyone again and get them back onstage." Photo by Jazzabelle Davishines.

Jazzabelle Davishines

Seniors Tryston Davis (left) and Wilson Caballero (right) cheer on McCallum Choir alumni as they join the current choir onstage. At the end of the last concert, former Mac choir members are invited to sing "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" by Lutkin. It is sung at the end of each choir concert to say goodbye to the audience. "I love it when the alumni come up and sing with us," Davis said. "It's so fun to see everyone again and get them back onstage." Photo by Jazzabelle Davishines.

Jazzabelle Davishines

Jazzabelle Davishines

Seniors Tryston Davis (left) and Wilson Caballero (right) cheer on McCallum Choir alumni as they join the current choir onstage. At the end of the last concert, former Mac choir members are invited to sing "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" by Lutkin. It is sung at the end of each choir concert to say goodbye to the audience. "I love it when the alumni come up and sing with us," Davis said. "It's so fun to see everyone again and get them back onstage." Photo by Jazzabelle Davishines.


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Finals may have taken over in late May, but that didn’t stop the fine arts programs from performing this month. On Monday May 14, the Knights of Steel performed their last show of the school year, followed by the piano program’s Ensemble Piano Recital on May 17. On Tuesday, May 22 and Wednesday, May 23, respectively, the choir and orchestra performed their finale shows. And despite the Memorial Day holiday on Monday of this week, the guitar program competed at the Texas State Solo Ensemble Competition at UT.  In this week’s #TuesdayTop10, we recap all of these finale performances.

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