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Winter Festival Is The Best Of All

   Pinewood students are preparing to showcase their months of hard work and dedication through displays of dance and music at the annual Pinewood Winter Arts Festival on Thursday, Nov. 30. Featuring a wide range of students with unique skill sets, the Winter Arts Festival will feature performances from the Pinewood Singers, Women’s Chorus, Take Note and Panther Dancers.

   Pinewood Singers member Alex Bull is performing as a part of the choir.

   “[The choir] has been practicing since the beginning of the year,” Bull said.

   Held two or three times a week, practices require dedication and consistency. Through the span of the past couple of months, the group has been working hard to perfect their singing.

   Freshman Clara Eaton will be taking part in the choir and group performance portions of the show. She believes that the final product of their labors will be a result of the team’s valiant commitment and perseverance to the project.

   “A lot of people have worked hard on this; the students’ as well as the teachers’ efforts [played a big role] in the [completion] of the showcase,” Eaton said.

   “It is a really well organized event with a well thought out choir performance and passionate art pieces created by some unbelievably talented students.”

   This festival is a way to shine light onto the multi-talented students of Pinewood, showcasing their artistic abilities in a unique way. As students express the creative side of their personalities through singing or dancing, they can inspire others to do the same.

   Through the exhibits of music and dance, students may learn more about their classmates and grow closer as they talk of their experiences.

I got to ask the artists about their pieces during the festival last year,” Bull said. “I was able to form meaningful conversations with people I had never really talked to before.”

   The Winter Arts Festival will run from 6-8 p.m. and will be held at Congregation Beth Am at 26790 Arastradero Rd, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022. 

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