Students from Westglades Middle School’s Orchestra 2 class have been working hard to prepare for the Dec. 12 winter concert at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. They know that their hard work will pay off and make it a night that they will never forget.
The concert will be free to watch as well and is open to all family members, friends, and anyone else willing to come.
“I’m really excited for the concert. We have been practicing ever since the beginning of the year,” orchestra class student Marcel Alphonse said with smile on his face.
The concert will begin at 7 p.m. and last until 8:45 p.m. Attendees should listen for the cello, bass, viola, violin, and more which will highlight the beautifully picked songs, such as “Toccatina” by William Hofeldt, “El Toro” by Don Brubaker, and “Shadow Dance” by Richard Meyer.
The performance isn’t just limited to WMS students, orchestras from Coral Springs Middle School and MSD will be performing as well.
The show is highly anticipated and anyone and everyone is welcome to see their hard work and determination pay off!
Story written by Alysa De Werff