Cal Poly acapella group Take it SLO to perform singing telegrams the week of Valentine’s Day.
“Sometimes when you go to certain temples it’s very, very crowded, but the second you tell them that you want to sing, they take you all the way up to the front where no one else can go and you get to sit there and sing in front of God.”
Chatter about Thanksgiving break bounced around the room as the members of Take it SLO gathered in the music building for one of the last rehearsals before winter break. Questions about holiday feasts, family and finals echoed through the choir room.
Titled the “Sounds of Fall,” Cal Poly Choirs will take to the Performing Arts Center to perform various selections for their annual concert on Oct. 24.
“Glee” is a show that appeals to very specific demographics: those who fell under the “High School Musical” spell, those who are actually in high school, and those who loved high school theater so much that they cannot get enough of the clashing cliques and constant drama.