Springing into a new musical production


Eva Kaganovsky

Senior Ana Monterroza sings while music teacher Wes Hambright plays the piano.

Michelle Kaganovsky

The Spring Concert is springing into action on May 25 at 7 p.m. with musical performances ranging from heartfelt solos to a variation of rock songs performed by the school’s original band the Sardines.

“There isn’t really an overall theme besides getting together, playing music and just having fun,” music teacher Hambright said.

Since the last show held at Daniel Pearl Magnet High School was the holiday show back in December, many felt that another concert was long overdue.

The spring concert was also created to give senior musicians a final chance to showcase their talents.

To many upperclassmen, the concert marks a bittersweet end to the many accomplishments and memories accumulated over their high school years.

“When I look back, I’ll definitely remember being the first band here at DPMHS and the memories we’ve made,” Sardines member Matthew Sarenana said.