Playing music is their forte

Jesse Liu ’14 arrives 15 minutes early to his orchestra rehearsal at The Colburn School, warming up on his French horn and practicing sections of Dvorak’s New World Symphony. This was Liu’s routine before rehearsal every Sunday afternoon during the 2012-2013 school year at Colburn, a performing arts school that contains various musical ensembles. Liu […]

String quartet records film score

Four students recorded the instrumental soundtrack to “Tutor,” a short film. Paul Suh ’14, Heather Wattles ’15, Enya Huang ’15 and Matthew Lucas ’14 were asked to play an original score by Oliver Lewin for the film. “The recording session was cool because we had to precisely play so that the music matched the scenes […]

String quartet records film score

Four students recorded the instrumental soundtrack to “Tutor,” a short film. Paul Suh ’14, Heather Wattles ’15, Enya Huang ’15 and Matthew Lucas ’14 were asked to play an original score by Oliver Lewin for the film. “The recording session was cool because we had to precisely play so that the music matched the scenes […]

Hike, grill, enjoy nature

The Country Gentlefolk Club, reestablished this year, will bring nature walks to Harvard-Westlake. For those who love the outdoors or just want to relax, the Country Gentlefolk Club is planning a hike in Will Rogers Park in the Pacific Palisades, club adviser and math teacher Catherine Campbell said. With the slogan “Grillin’ and Chillin,’” the […]

Kallista Kusumanegara: Italy

Kallista Kusumanegara ’13 studied the link between modern Venetian art and Venice’s ‘sinking’ into the Adriatic Sea during a nine-day visit to the city in early July for her Junior Summer Fellowship study. “The Adriatic Sea is rising, so people aren’t really sure if Venice is going to exist in the next fifty to sixty […]