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Sharing Secret Talents: La Salle’s 2024 Talent Show

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  • Seniors Ezra Moody and Violet Sheehan host La Salle’s annual talent show.

  • Junior Adam Clem strums his guitar and sings the melancholy tune “Something in the Orange“ by Zach Bryan.

  • English teacher Mr. Greg Larson treats the seniors by playing a highly requested song: “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Part 1” by The Flaming Lips.

  • Math teacher Mr. Peter Shelburne rolls in on a unicycle, holding a sign that shows his love for simple harmonic motion.

  • Sulloway Ferreras performs at her fourth and final talent show with the song “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus.

  • Freshman Isaiah Engelen plays the guitar and sings “Merry-Go-Round of Life” by Joe Hisaishi from the movie Howl’s Moving Castle.

  • Junior Rylan De Souza plays piano while junior Vance Sheffield sings “Rainbow” by Kacey Musgraves.

  • The senior class enjoys their final talent show.

  • Junior Vance Sheffield dedicated his performance to his late grandmother, who used to sing this song to him.

  • Senior Estrella De Maria Zamora-Resendiz sings “One and Only” by Adele.

  • Junior Charlie Lewy sings “I Gotta Be Me” by Sammy Davis Jr.

  • Seniors Jon Pinto and Aidan McBride play the guitar and sing “Slow Cheetah” by the Red Hot Chili Peppers alongside junior Kapono Richter.

  • Sophomore Noah Savanh rocks away on his bright electric guitar.

  • Seniors leave the bleachers and form a mosh pit while singing “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield.

  • Seniors Izzy Sulloway Ferreras, Estrella De Maria Zamora-Resendiz, and Angelina Lopez celebrate their performances at the talent show.

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On Thursday, May 23, all La Salle students piled into the gym for a talent show to watch and listen to 10 acts put on by various students. 

The acts ranged from vocal to instrumental performances and ended with the seniors singing Unwritten by Natasha Bedingfield as a class. 

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