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Behind the Scenes: FORTE

Frank Giardina,12 Eve Brajas,11 Danika Nutile,11 Tobi Rowins,10 siniging together (Forte Quartet)

Discovering what goes on in forte

Music has been a part of life and cultures for centuries. Starting out as little noises made by banging hands on the ground to now with modern technology that can mimic the sound of a drum at the push of a button.

Music has brought people from all walks of life together. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to feel a beat or dance to a rhythm. Music has also been a great and common way to express one’s emotions when they don’t know any other way to. 

Forte singing at the Holiday spectacular at Trinity Lutheran Church.

One of the hidden gems of Paso Robles High School is the advanced choir group Forte. They spend an extra hour a day after school and put in hard work to learn songs and practice harmonies. One of their most looked forward to performances is their Winter Showcase where they sing Christmas songs and bring people together from all over Paso Robles. Here’s some clips and highlights of their time practicing and their Winter Showcase showing the process of how they get ready and what Forte means to them.

Mrs.Ewing conducting Forte at the Holiday Spectacular.

Mrs.Ewing congratulating Frank Giardina, 12

Eve Barajas singing Santa Baby

Forte congratulating concert choir

Frank Giardina,12 Eve Brajas,11 Danika Nutile,11 Tobi Rowins,10 siniging together (Forte Quartet)

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Michelle Rosas
Michelle Rosas, Carmesi Co-Director

Senior Michelle Rosas is in her third year of Crimson. She is taking on her first year as a Video/Carmesi director. She hopes to continue to shine a light on important and pressing issues and students' voices, as her last year in this program comes to an end. Before departing from this program, she hopes to inspire other students from different cultures to bring their culture to the program. Outside of school, she enjoys reading, drawing, going on long walks while listening to music, and being outside in nature.

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