By: Madison Padilla
Chief Copy Editor 

On the calm breezy night of Apr. 15, students, faculty and friends arrived at the Davis Learning Center (DLC) for the annual Spring Concert hosted by the Eagle Music Club.

The concert featured nearly all of the groups that are a part of Eagle Music Club, including Wind Ensemble, String Quartet, Women’s Chorale, and A Capella Choir.

The only group not included, the Swingin’ Eagles Jazz Band, had their own concert on Apr. 21.  

The night started off with the Wind Ensemble, who played songs that originated from the British Isles.

The group started off strong with a sky-high piece reminiscent of a plane in flight.

To accompany their tunes, the band had a projector behind them with images that highlighted the songs they were playing.

Once the ensemble had performed their three songs, the String Quartet followed.

A benefit of the Eagle Music Club is that it allows all students of different backgrounds and experience levels to play the instrument of their choosing, and all members played their best and enjoyed the experience on stage.  

Following the quartet was the Women’s Chorale. Since the Women’s Chorale performed at the International Festival back in March, they brought back one of their songs from that performance.

The four women sang a total of two songs and joined the A Capella Choir to finish out the night.

The vocals-only choir sang more songs inspired by the British Isles, then invited drummer Alex Lubiarz and bass player Calvin Shum for their final song.  

In the end, coordinators of the event were proud of its success. Eagle Music Club Vice President Jacob Keeley commented that “The Spring Concert was fantastic. You can really tell just how passionate our musicians are, and how hard they work to make a lasting impression on everyone who attends.”  

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