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Scheuring peruses music production

Photo Illustration by Tanner Nypen ’15 – Kyle Scheuring ’15 pieces together audio to create and produce his own songs. By Tanner D. Nypen ’15 THE ROUNDUP Over the past summer, senior Kyle Scheuring ’15 expanded his music interests, which led him to begin stringing together various pieces of music into one splice and producing […]

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Detailed artist obtains satisfaction, drive through art

Photo by Hayden Corwin ’15 – Martin Bonilla ’15 works on a piece of art during AP Studio Art, Feb. 25. Bonilla draws large scale, detailed pieces. By Hayden Prescott Corwin ’15 THE ROUNDUP Martin Bonilla ’15 is a senior artist who said he found his passion for art at a young age. “In all […]

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Lee captivates through video production

Photo by Sam Romero ’17 – Jake Lee ’16 poses for a photo for the Roundup, Feb. 27. Lee takes both photos and videos, but focuses largely on his videos. By Brendan Hinkle ’16 THE ROUNDUP Classes have been moving to a more tech-saturated teaching style for a few years, which includes the production of […]

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Wehn uses charcoal as medium of expression

By Roan Enright ’13, Aakash Jain ’14 & Brett A. Mejia ’13 THE ROUNDUP Gus Wehn ’13 meticulously scrapes the flaky black charcoal over his newest piece of art, a unique interpretation of “Under My Thumb” by The Rolling Stones. Intently focused, Wehn’s eyes never waver for longer than a moment from the task at […]

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McGovern influenced by Radiohead in creating own music

By Kevin M. Cabano ’12
THE ROUNDUP
During this previous summer, I attended a concert by a band of largely Brophy students called Treefingers.

I have known Treefingers songwriter, keyboardist and lead vocalist Quinn McGovern ’12 for several years, but this was my first time seeing him in a musical setting.

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Quintana impresses with ‘fan art’ drawing skills

By Andrew J. Barnes ’12
THE ROUNDUP

Back in middle school, drawing was just a small hobby for Brophy senior Oscar Quintana ’12.

But over the years, drawing has been become a huge part of Quintana’s life.

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DiMino dazzles despite demands, late start

By Josh Galvin ’13
THE ROUNDUP

Imagine starting at a new high school as a junior, two years behind the curve.

At any school this would prove quite the daunting task, but with Brophy the challenge is magnified.

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Notestine draws, acts his way into the arts

What is an artist?

Is it someone who can paint? Draw? Act? Write?

For senior Michael Notestine ’11, the answer is even more all-encompassing.

“Art is a platform for someone to react to the world around them,” Notestine said.

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Acting not only art in theater, stagecraft too

By Dillan Ducar ’13
THE ROUNDUP

Working in the theater shop, sweaty and covered in sawdust, is a group of artists who often do not get as much attention as others.

Among these artists is the amateur builder Kieran Martin ’13.

As he releases the pressure from the trigger, a drill stops. He steps back admiring the product of three weeks of hard work and determination.

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Thespian Wren shines as ‘Fiddler’ lead

By Julian De Ocampo ’13
THE ROUNDUP

The orchestra pit begins to play, the lights dim and the crowd falls silent as actors and stagehands take their places.

As the curtain rises, Nick Wren ’12 emerges on stage dressed as Tevye, a poor Jewish milkman living in turn-of-the-century Russia.

“(Nick) worked tirelessly on the role, perfecting the physicality and the vocal qualities the role of Tevye demanded,” said “Fiddler on the Roof” director Mrs. Janice Robillard. “The fact that he did so with a broken foot the entire time was to his credit, as well.”

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