Instead of rushing to their first period class, students were treated to a multi-faceted concert recently.
The event took place Monday, Sept. 28, when the Tri-M Music Honor Society hosted the first “Morning Musical” of the school year for their peers and faculty. The program began two years ago as a way of bringing the joy of live music to students and faculty as they arrive at school.
This year's first production included a string quartet, a vocal a cappella ensemble named, “On A High Note,” and rap artist, Suchint Sethi.
The string quartet, composed of violinists Jackie Levine, Corina Kim, Joe Park, and cellist Judy Cho, performed a new song composed by student Raymond Kim to the enjoyment of those gathered in the hallway.
Plainview JFK's is in its 18th year and is advised by the chapter’s founder, organizer and music teacher Glenn K. Rubin.