R. Roger Rowe students craft own music video
On Feb. 3, students at R. Roger Rowe School had the chance to craft their own music video using a state-of-the-art mobile audio and HD video recording and production facility, The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus. Collaborating with the school’s Music Director, RC Haus, and the Lennon Bus team, the 5th through 8th grade students created a story line, acted out the scenes, performed the theme song and filmed their production.
The Lennon Bus provides young people with an opportunity to express themselves through music, video and broadcast productions. The students who participated were Advanced Band instrumentalists Ian Atwell, Max Bregman, Nick Carlo, George Cui, Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Zach Fitzpatrick, Aaron Lustig, Chloe Luwa, Lucas Luwa, Malcolm McDonough, Jacob Morilak, Juliana Pinto, Grant Pollin, Laura Rikkers, Leander Rikkers, Kanvar Soin, Ava Tyler, and Cooper Vincik.
8th Grader Luke Shugert worked as part of the Lennon Bus team to film the production. The Lennon Bus was represented by Bryce Quig-Hartman, Ryan L’Esperance, Gabe Smith, Luke Huisman, Jesper Windmar and Chris Walker. Brian Rothschild, executive director of the Lennon Bus, checked in on the students’ production. The Lennon Bus event was sponsored by Brian and Beth Vincik.
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