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On 31 January, 37 Upper School students of Dallas International School performed in the school’s 15th annual Music Concert at the Jonsson Performance Hall at UTD. This yearly event gives the students the chance to explore and perhaps, even, discover an artistic side of themselves that they never knew they had. 5th through 12th graders performed a wide variety of songs and musical styles from Ed Sheeran and Adele to Bach and Mendelssohn. They performed as soloists, duets, a trio and as a choir. Some sang a capella, while others accompanied themselves on guitar, piano and even with cups as percussion. Three of our students shared the stage with guitarists Howard E. Scott from the 70s funk band War, DIS music teacher Michael Gomez and former DIS student Lucas Gachelin. The hours the students spent preparing and rehearsing outside of class paid off beautifully the night of the show!



Dallas International School (DIS) is the only private school in the DFW metroplex offering a multilingual education via an international curriculum. DIS has more than 670 students in preschool through grade 12, located on two campuses. The Preschool (2yr+) through 4th grades are at 6039 Churchill Way, and the 5th through 12th grades are at 17811 Waterview Parkway. Both campuses are easily accessible for residents in Dallas, Plano, and Richardson. In 2015, DIS was ranked the #4 most challenging Private High School in the Nation by the Washington Post.

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