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Theatre Ink’s Cabaret Troupe prepares for opening night

Leah Ziskin March 9, 2022

Cabaret Troupe’s, “Light the Way,” strives to tell important stories through contemporary musical theater. Directed by seniors Naomi Wolfe and Lily Ranalli, with music directed by junior Jack Kalish-Demaris...

Cabaret Troupe invokes powerful message of change through song, dance

Cabaret Troupe invokes powerful message of change through song, dance

Angela Nie April 13, 2021

Actors performed a wide selection of songs about change in this year's Cabaret Troupe performance, “It Starts With Us,” despite the difficulties brought on by COVID. Directed by senior Emma Bradshaw...

Music Mentors cultivates musical passion in young children

Music Mentors cultivates musical passion in young children

Shira Lobron April 6, 2021

With most in-person concerts and rehearsals put on hold, student-musicians are limited in their performing arts opportunities. To fill this gap, North’s Music Mentors program has stepped in, working...

Newtonite writer Arjun Shatkin composes and produces singles

Newtonite writer Arjun Shatkin composes and produces singles

Arjun Shatkin January 11, 2021

Street noise streams through the open windows, but I cannot hear it. I am putting the finishing touches on a music project that has been in the works for days, and I am immersed in sound. My project is...

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Will Goldsmith goes viral with multi-genre cover of 'The Office' theme song

Arjun Shatkin May 20, 2020

In the past few months, sophomore Will Goldsmith has taken to social media to post covers and renditions of various popular songs. He loops guitar lines, makes beats, and improvises in posts to his tens...

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Artist Spotlight: Naomi Wolfe releases music to develop fan base

Sophie Fredberg January 24, 2020

“My entire life, I’ve wanted to tour and release music, which seems kind of unachievable,” said sophomore and singer-songwriter Naomi Wolfe. “A lot of people want fame, but I just love writing...

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Artist Spotlight: Julianna Walsh employs music experience on original material

Arjun Shatkin January 5, 2020

Earlier this year, junior Julianna Walsh, a student singer-songwriter, stepped out of her comfort zone to create her debut EP Inner Monologue, which will be released soon. Walsh says she came into the...

North, South Jazz ensembles raise money for scholarship fund

North, South Jazz ensembles raise money for scholarship fund

Sophie Fredberg December 20, 2019

North and South Jazz ensembles performed to raise money for the Newton Music Ambassadors Scholarship Fund (MASF) Friday, Nov. 22, at the American Legion Post. MASF was created by North and South to...

Junior Jacob Vivieros sits in front of his workspace at home. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

Artist Spotlight: Jacob Viveiros composes chill electronic music on his computer

Arjun Shatkin December 6, 2019

It all starts on the computer for junior Jacob Viveiros, a student musician, and producer. He experiments with sounds on FL Studio, a digital audio workstation, and toys with chord progressions to create...

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Artist Spotlight: Jonah Cuddy records original indie-pop, folk music

Arjun Shatkin November 21, 2019

Senior Jonah Cuddy spent the start of this past summer patching guitar solos, chord progressions, and melodies into what would eventually become a collection of six songs he wrote with fellow songwriter,...

Album cover for Marinas most recent album, Love + Fear. (Shot by Zoey Grossman)

Marina delivers astounding vocals, creative tracks on comeback tour

Amy Xue October 4, 2019

Marina’s voice, a breezy yet solid hybrid of tones, echoed around the Boston harborside venue, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion, overpowering even the eager cheers of her fans.  Known most for her...

Profile: Rose Mooney utilizes North music education

Profile: Rose Mooney utilizes North music education

Carolyn McDonald December 14, 2018

Rose Mooney ’18 remembers walking over to the piano in the chorus room. Mooney was a senior, and she was about to lead a Concert Choir class, taught by music teacher Adam Grossman. She looked nervous...

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