The Music and Art Rooftop: The First of its Kind (Gallery)
Atop the South Campus Dining Hall, dozens of students gathered Saturday to celebrate the beginning of spring.
The Music and Art Rooftop is the first of its kind, organized by WMUC Live Music Director Asher Meerovich. Meerovich roundup bands from the DMV area to celebrate the finally-warm weather.
However, although the weather had different plans, several dozen students endured the nipping temperatures and bitter winds and enjoyed various performances including, music, spoken word, comedy, and visual art by various artists.
Sam Rosenberg, of Colesville, Md., of Mattress Financial performs a song about “that friend who drinks more than the rest of the group,” called “Forties.” (Jack Angelo/Bloc Reporter)
Sophomore economics Pete Myers (right) observes the oil and acrylic paintings of Senior graphic design major Constantine Mihailidis (left). (Jack Angelo/Bloc Reporter)
Andy Donate-Perez of Foster Carrots attempts to warm her numb hands before playing another song on the freezing rooftop. (Jack Angelo/Bloc Reporter)
Foster Carrots, a band from Arlington, Va., consists of Didi Park on cello, Andy Donante-Perez on guitar and vocals, and violinist Audrey Brown. (Jack Angelo/Bloc Reporter)
Kai Keefe of College Park band Bare Left sings and plays in the frigid weather of late March. (Jack Angelo/Bloc Reporter)