A two-year, pandemic-related break sets the stage for more than 250 students in Skyline’s performing arts department to showcase their talents. According to Dr. Ingrid Larragoity-Martin, music teacher at Skyline High School’s Visual Performing Arts Academy, the showcase will feature performances from the choirs and orchestras, along with Skyline High School’s mariachi band.
“All of it is a highlight since it’s our first Winter Gala since 2019,” Larragoity-Martin said. “We’re excited to have everyone come and celebrate music and our community.”
Held in the auditorium at Skyline High School, the Winter Gala is free and open to the public tomorrow night. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. with snacks and a student jazz combo performance in the school commons before the Gala gets underway at 6:30 p.m.