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SHS presents 2019 Sound Wave

Judges prepare for the Sound Wave Battle of the Bands.

Judges prepare for the Sound Wave Battle of the Bands.

Morgyn Gosseck

Judges prepare for the Sound Wave Battle of the Bands.

Morgyn Gosseck

Morgyn Gosseck

Judges prepare for the Sound Wave Battle of the Bands.

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On Friday, April 26 at 7 pm, the Summerville Sound Wave was hosted for the school’s musicians to shed light on their musical prowess.  The admission fee was $3 for students with an I.D and $5 for adults. All participants worked with Mr. Daniels, Summerville’s piano teacher, who has built a program for over a hundred students and has taught Piano at SHS for 6 years.

“Why Sound Wave? I competed in the first Sound Wave as a student back in 1994, and I was excited to carry it on for my students,” said Mr. Daniels.

Besides being an event for students to show off their skills, it also allows them to expand their horizons into other fields.

“Sound Wave gives not only a musical performance opportunity to our students, but also a chance to express themselves in a unique way while in a school setting. Sound Wave gives students the confidence to pursue other life goals as well as musical ones” Daniels continued.

“I’ve been doing it myself for three years, but the rest of the band is their first year.” said Daniel Dougherty, a senior and musician who participated in the Sound Wave.

Playing in a band requires practice, trial and error, and public feedback on the performance.

“Feedback from judges gives us (the band) details on not only sound, but how the performance was physically. And also how the crowd responds and the band’s communication” Dougherty expressed.

Music allows those who play to live the truth, express their love for it, and share the enthusiasm with the world. Support those who play and enjoy the company it brings. The love and support the school’s musicians was enjoyed by a night of live music, but most importantly, school spirit.

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