Spring Applied Recital Kicks Off Arts Week at Christ School

Lose your inhibitions and feel the magic of sound and rhythm. 

No boy who lets their singing voice be heard or takes up an instrument at Christ School needs to be self-conscious. Artistic growth and expression are happily encouraged in a music program made up of students from every musical background and grade level. 

Monday night’s Spring Applied Recital in St. Joseph’s Chapel kicked off Arts Week at the school and showcased the musicianship of 27 Greenies, either solo or as a duet. The majority of the pieces were classical or traditional. 

In descending order, the students who performed were Bruce White ’24, Mark Yee ’24, Jani Erdi ’25, Luke Jennings ’24, Johnny Barlas ’27, Jordan Edgecomb ’25, Jozohn Price ’24, Ben Lucas ’24, Noah Fleming ’24, Whitford Birthright ’24, Harrison Bieschke ’26, Luke Parrish ’24, Byron Park ’24, Darby Queen ’28, Calvin Williams ’24, Colin Breiter ’25, Noah Henthorn ’24, Riley Shuler ’26, Carter Compton ’24, Jakob Iwanek ’24, John Jaber ’25, Elliott Stay ’27, Reese Ballard ’24, Jake Gravley ’24, Serg Kitt ’25, Rory Jennings ’28, and Evan Reich ’26. 

Christ School’s music program is headed up by Jim Cassarino, who has been the Fine Arts Department Chair, Organist, and Choir Director since 2019.