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April 12 Update about Better Together
News about the Better Together fundraiser, sports, service, theater, and more at La Salle.Uploaded Apr 12, 2021
Holy Week Prayer Service
2021 Holy Week Prayer Service by La Salle PrepUploaded Apr 01, 2021
Slam poet will host an Evening with Empathy on March 12
Slam poet S.C. Says' "Evening with Empathy," which includes an open-mic opportunity, has been scheduled for 6 pm Friday, March 12. (The video says the event is on a different date as it was recorded before the date was changed due to severe weather in both Oregon and Texas, where the poet lives).Uploaded Mar 10, 2021
The March 12 event will be open to parents, guardians, students, and other members of the community.
Andre Bradford, a.k.a. S.C. Says, is an Austin-based slam poet who has toured at universities, and whose work has been featured in the Huffington Post, and The Culture Trip. He is a two-time Austin Poetry Slam Champion and a three-time Texas Grand Slam Finalist. His poetry touches on a range of topics, such as race, gun control, mental health, and relationships.
To join the Evening with Empathy, go to this Zoom Meeting
(also at this address:
Meeting ID: 970 5952 8678
Questions? Contact Kiah Johnson Mounsey.
- 8:37 La Salle Prep honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Featured Uploaded Jan 19, 2021
Otto Wild's tribute to Eddie Van Halen
La Salle’s guitar teacher and music director Otto Wild couldn't let this week's passing of 65-year-old rocker Eddie Van Halen without saluting the musician who Mr. Wild says raised playing the electric guitar to an art.Uploaded Oct 07, 2020
“Sure, he was flashy and jumped around the stage like any other rock star, but the way he integrated hammer and pulling techniques into his guitar solos was brilliant," says Mr. Wild. "Watch a solo by Eddie and notice how his right hand sometimes leaves where it traditionally should be, and it goes and joins his left hand on the fret board. Now he has 10 fingers to use on the fret board instead of 5, while still somehow strumming and plucking. Highly technical playing. Also, he wasn’t just a rocker, he loved classical music, playing the saxophone and would sometimes incorporate Bach and Beethoven into his soloing.”
We now invite you to enjoy Mr. Wild - a brilliant musician in his own right - performing his tribute to Van Halen: “The Star-Spangled Banner" using GarageBand on an iPad.
Welcome to La Salle!
See what it's like to be a part of our community at La Salle.Uploaded Sep 18, 2020