McCallie School Releases Christmas Video

Tuesday, December 5, 2017
The students and faculty at McCallie school produced a video to celebrate the season and highlight the talents of McCallie students and young alumni.

The artist in the video is McCallie alumnus Ben Mills '16, and the audio was produced by alumnus Jason Cha '10. The music is performed entirely by current McCallie students:

Lead Vocals: Eli Ensor, class of 2019
Violin: Allen Liu, class of 2018
Piano: Ethan Farnam, class of 2020

Backup Vocals: Grant Smith, class of 2018; Jack Patton, class of 2020; Caleb Olumofin, class of 2021; Harrison Stuart, class of 2019.


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