Students watch their peers perform onstage.
Simon Amaya Price ’22 plays a song on the piano.
Creative Arts Department Chair Bill Jacob plays guitar.
Emcee Elias Kazin ’20 opens the show.
Cora Williams sings the solo in the final number.
Maddie Pogoda ’25 sings a song while playing her ukulele.
Stephen Moreno Jimenez ’20 and Elias Kazin ’20 share the spotlight in a duet.
Ted Barker-Hook and his family sing a song.
Registrar Janeata Robinson takes the solo in the sing-along.
Jude Palmer ’22 sings a song while playing on his guitar.
Senior Anja Westhues ’20 sings a song, accompanied by her father, Jukka Westhues, on the guitar.
Students enjoy the final sing-along number.
Cora Williams ’20 sings a song while playing the piano.
Hannah Liwerant ’22 sings a song while playing on the piano.
Zakkai Mares-van Praag ’22 sings a song while Sophia Spring ’22 plays on her ukulele.
History teacher Ted Barker-Hook plays the guitar in the last sing-along song.
Meena Kumar P. ’22 plays the Sitar.
Catherine Leeder ’20 sings a song.
Lizzie Weber ’20 sings a song.
Alumni pose onstage with Alumni Affairs Director Amanda Frank ’88.
Upper School Ensemble Teacher Luca Antonucci plays trumpet alongside librarian Megan Dolan.
Libby Foley ’20, accompanied by history teacher, Ted Barker-Hook on the guitar, sings a song.
Librarian Megan Dolan sings a song with Upper School Ensemble Director Luca Antonucci (trumpet) and Scott Koven (keyboard).
Dessie Bell Kamen ’20 is accompanied by her father Eric Kamen on the piano.
Annika Walker ’24 sings while Leili Singer ’26 plays the piano.
Meena Kumar P. ’22 shows off her sitar, a traditional Indian acoustic instrument.
Neel Kumar ’22 raps his new single.
Kitty Huang ’21 plays a song on the piano
Stephen Moreno Jimenez ’20 sings a song.
Alum Michelle Levinger ’19 sings an old Brimmer favorite on her ukulele.
Last night, an overflow crowd packed the dining commons to share music and poetry during Circles 16: A Coffeehouse.
Teachers Bill Jacob and Ted Barker-Hook lead the annual event to foster community.
“It was a great success,” Jacob said. “Many alumni showed with about 100 people in attendance, 20 different acts. and a great time had by all.”
Several alumni were reunited with the help of Director of Special Events Amanda Frank.
“Last evening’s Coffee House was a great success,” Frank said. “The performances were wonderful and we have such talent in our community. I was so pleased to see many of our alumni in the audience. We had member from classes spanning from 2008-2019.”
The community shared a sing-along version of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” by the Rolling Stones to close the performance.