The stage was set with a grand piano and three chairs with amplifier cords draped over them, waiting to be plugged in by guitarists.
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Students, faculty and friends and family of the performers filled Morgan Auditorium for their last concert of the year, titled “125 Years of Barbershop” Sunday.
Amy Bolton, Fitzmaurice Voicework practitioner and instructor, lay on her back and folded her body in half, stretching her legs beyond her head – her demonstration of the plow position.
Three brown harps and one glossy black harp decorated the stage of Morgan Auditorium. The house lights dimmed and Carol Stephenson, instructor of music, stepped onto the stage to introduce the performers.
Nostalgia was in the air as students got animated singing “Summer Nights” from the musical “Grease,” among other favorite show tunes Nov. 20 in Morgan Auditorium for “Barbershop on Broadway,” the A Cappella Barbershop Club’s fall concert.
The University’s Barbershop Club side-stepped onto the stage behind a large, cardboard cut out of a replica of the most well-known yellow submarine, drawing a gust of laughter from the excited audience.
Carol Stephenson began with a short vocal warm-up where she motivated her musical theater class to seize every opportunity to sing, whether it is their dream performance or not.
Her angelic voice painted a ray of sunshine all over the faces of her masterclass audience, as she sang an upbeat rendition of Mozart’s “Laudamus Te.”
Sounds of harmonic melodies and laughter filled Warehouse Pizza Monday as the University of La Verne A Cappella Barbershop Club hosted a tag night event.
The Acapella Barbershop club is looking for ways to gain and keep members, while also getting ready to compete in Reno, Nevada.