Washington University students should see this variety of performances as an opportunity to get out into the St. Louis artistic community.
The competition brought a cappella groups from colleges across the St. Louis and greater Midwest region for a night of a cappella performances.
This year’s show featured 10 songs total, each embellished with the comedic flair that the Pikers are known for.
There’s a lot more that goes into preparation than singing. Reserving Graham Chapel, taking photos, making flyers, selling tickets and working with sound and lighting specialists are all components that go into the preparation process.
Check out concerts in the St. Louis area this weekend.
The concert will also feature the Washington University Beatbox Society and Wash. U.’s juggling club, The National Prestigious Society of Collegiate Jugglers.
If you take the sexuality and general aesthetic of “The Rocky Horror Show” and cross it with indie rock and synth pop, you’ll end up with Thursday night’s of Montreal concert at The Ready Room.
This Saturday, Nov. 17, marks the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s fall student night of their 2018-19 concert season. In addition to selling student tickets for $10, SLSO will be hosting various activities for students, including a prize wheel with the chance to win tickets to future SLSO productions.
The instrument itself is an achievement; many strands of somewhere around 100 feet of music wire strung between two weighted stands, with resonators (essentially just wooden boxes) attached to one end.
Frankie Valet will resume playing local shows sometime next spring, after a break for producing new content, and the other local groups continue to play shows around Wash. U., so watch out for those.