With the wonderful performance of Purcell’s opera, Dido and Aeneas, the students behind the characters shine spectacularly both on and off the stage. The Chamber Singers work hard to memorize song after song, not only for the opera, but also for the Spring Concert, which occurs in April. Their beautiful singing and dedication to the work create an enthralling show for all who watch. So who are the Chamber Singers? Here they are in their own words!
Our first annual Let It Shine Gala was a huge success and raised nearly $1 million in scholarship funds for students! It was a truly magnificent event and I was so humbled by all the generosity and well wishers. Regis is shining bright thanks to all of you! Read the event news coverage here. All the photos are on the Regis Alumni Facebook page but below are a few of my favorites. And if you haven’t already seen the wonderful video we produced for the Gala, you can view it on our YouTube channel here.
Waltham played host to an Italian Festa on Saturday, June 4 at the Waltham Common. The event featured food, live music, and entertainment for children, including a mechanical bull, inflatables, and face painting.
Earlier this fall, senior, Blessing Ajaero was recognized by the National Achievement Scholarship Program as 1 of 3100 Outstanding Participants. Blessing scored in the top 3% of more than 160,000 Black Americans when she took the 2011 PSAT/NMSQT exam. We are incredibly proud of Blessing's academic promise and performance.
Madeline Mancuso, 92, found herself entrenched in an intense game of Boggle yesterday. Her opponents were roughly a quarter of her age. A resident of Francis Cabot Lowell Mill, Mancuso spent the afternoon laughing and talking with students from Saint Jude School on Main Street.