Q&A: Jennifer Alvarez (11)

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Jennifer Alvarez (11) stands in the preparation room prior to the performance. The Trebelaires performed at First Methodist Church on April 25.

Shannon Hearne

Q: How long have you been in Trebelaires?

A: [I have been in Trebelaires for] one year.

Q: What made you want to join the show choir?

A: I have always been in love with music, and I joined Trebs to have more choir in my life.

Q: What skills have you gained from your time in Trebs?

A: Performing has given me much more confidence. I’ve made new friends, and I’ve performed for some wonderful people.

Q: Why are Trebelaires singing at First Methodist Church in Crown Point?

A: We are here providing entertainment and good times.

Q: What piece will you be singing today?

A: We are singing a few pieces from The Andrews Sisters such as “Bei Mir Bist Du Schon”, “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree”, “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and our ISSMA piece which got gold named “Stopping By the Woods On A Snowy Evening”.

Q: What other concerts do you have coming up?

A: We have our concert coming up on Mother’s Day. It’s decades themed, and it’s going to be our best yet.

Q: How far do you plan to extend your singing career?

A: I’m going to become a music teacher, so I can try to give other people the experience choir has given me.