SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood High School Music Club will be holding its annual Winter Concert on Friday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at the Spotswood High School Cafetorium.
The Music Club has been an extra-curricular activity for students at the high school for the past five years. It is under the direction of veteran educator Christopher Talish, who has been a science teacher at Spotswood High School for the past 16 years. He also plays guitar and sings, as well.
The Music Club currently has 15 members and meets every other week. When the club gets together, the group practices and collaborates with each other, preparing material for their three concerts that take place throughout the school year. The Winter Concert will be their first public performance this year.
"We have some solo artists that will be performing with instruments such as ukulele, guitar and piano," Talish explained when asked what kinds of performances are on tap for the Dec. 2 show. "We also have some duets and a rock band that has been together for a few years now. The concert should be a lot of fun, so hopefully people come out and show their support for our club."
Admission to the Music Club's Winter Concert is free. Light refreshments will be available for sale. The Spotswood High School Cafetorium is located at 105 Summerhill Road.