This year’s JV show was filled with comedy, dancing, singing, and musical talents. The money raised from the show will be used for the junior and senior prom.

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The JV show started with the GMHS Jazz Band. The band performed Adele’s “Skyfall” with vocals provided by Blake Hopkins.

 

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Austin Yoder performs for the crowd. He started off with a comedic act and then closed the show with a musical act accompanied by Griffin Warner (trumpet), Viraj Suri (MIDI Synthesizer), and Christian Miceli (drums).

 

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Olivia Taliaferro sings Adele’s “Love in the Dark.”

 

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Ally Bloss-Baum and Michael Curtin perform on the vocals, Lucas Barthal playing the bass, Tenzin Namgyel plays the violin, and Kori Wills on the drum set performing “Just Give Me a Reason” by P!nk.

 

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The trio of Katie Mills (acoustic guitar), Claudia Gusman (vocals and cagon), and Cassandre Rice (vocals) performs the song “Be OK” by Ingrid Michaelson.

 

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Bhaskar Singhvi and Ethan Keck perform a dance to the Price and Takis Remix of “Never Forget You” by Zara Larsson.

 

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Akihira Maher performs “Colorful” on the piano.

 

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Manon and Celine Diz performed a dance to “Fandango He Huelva” by Flamenco Dance.

 

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Emma Reich and Kate Rasmussen performed “ Don’t Dream It’s Over” by Crowded House.

 

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Ciara Curtin and Michael Curtin performed “Rivers and Roads” by The Head and The Heart.

 

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Annie Parnell performed “Helpless” by Neil Young.

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