(WTNH) – Seymour High School has a progressive and new type of music program that allows their performance of contemporary music and stresses creativity by the students involved. The students worked together with diverse and varying skill level to successfully complete an album.
“Everyone has a diverse music taste but no one has an issue with a certain type of music, so we all work together fine,” said student Gavin McGuire. The students worked together for months putting their unique talents together with the help of their teacher Joshua Swetts.
Watch the video to see the band perform the song “Carpe Diem,” written by student Teagan Gavin.
Contact Seymour High School for your copy of the album.