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Leopard Look: Jack Shore

"Choir has really opened up my ears a lot."

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Senior Jack Shore is involved with choir and band and plans to attend the University of North Texas in the fall.

Senior Jack Shore is involved with choir and band and plans to attend the University of North Texas in the fall.

Rachel Jackson

Rachel Jackson

Senior Jack Shore is involved with choir and band and plans to attend the University of North Texas in the fall.

Rachel Jackson, Staff Reporter

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Senior Jack Shore, who was earlier in the year bestowed the title of Mr. Fine Arts, is heavily involved in both the band and choir departments.

AT A GLANCE:

Instruments you play: saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, flute, piano, ukulele, and I sing

Favorite piece you’ve performed: Channel One Suite by Buddy Rich

Favorite class: Jazz Band

Favorite song: There Will Never Be Another You


 

LOOKING DEEPER:

The Red Ledger: What extracurricular activities are you involved in?

Jack Shore: I am in band, jazz band, A Capella, and varsity choir and have been for all four years of high school.

TRL: How has being involved with both choir and band helped you as a musician?

JS: Well choir has really opened up my ears a lot as far as blending is concerned and really ear training in general. Honestly, it has improved me a lot as a musician.

TRL: What are your hobbies?

JS: My extracurriculars are the basic the gist of my hobbies, however when I’m not doing something music-related I like to longboard. I don’t really know how I got into to it, I just bought one and decided to learn it. I have friends that like to longboard with me and in the summer it was a regular thing, not as much in the winter though.

TRL: How did you initially get interested in music?

JS: My brother played French horn in high school so really he’s the one who really opened my ears. That’s not a very interesting story but that’s how it happened.

TRL: What are your plans for the future?

JS: I’m planning on attending The University of North Texas for music. I would like to major in Jazz Studies and Music Theory and then after that I don’t know yet. I know they have a campus radio station that I plan to get involved with.

TRL: How’s your Senior year going?
JS: Not bad other than the fact I’ve gotten in pulled over by the police twice and gotten in a crash, but overall it’s been pretty solid.

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