Learn about the music business from 2 kids who are chasing their dreams.
Take 2, identical twin boys and singer/songwriters, Adrian and Julian Woodrow are performing live in the Ertzman Theatre at Sherwood High School on October 10 for a community benefit concert. Doors open at 6:00PM and the Concert begins at 7:00. The 18-year-old singing duo Take 2, have competed on The Voice and X-Factor and tell humorous backstage stories about what it was like to go through those competitions. Take 2 won Granville’s Battle of the Bands, competing against 8 other bands and garnering over one third of the audience votes. Their debut album End of the Night released in November and they will be playing some fast-paced originals.
Watch the WCAX News story on Take 2's music program.
The identical twins just graduated from high school this year. As teenagers, they taught themselves to play the ukulele, guitar, and piano. Schools started asking them to play live. After seeing how underfunded many local music programs were, the twins started performing at schools to inspire other students to enjoy and create music. Come hear them sing popular cover songs, their own originals, play guitar and ukulele, and talk about what it was like to go through "bootcamp" on the X-Factor and The Voice, and perform in front of 4,000 people. They also share stories about how they got started singing and songwriting, and explain how they generated over 2.5 million hits on YouTube. Hear stories and learn about what it takes to make an album, from two kids who are chasing their dreams.
Families are encouraged to attend the public evening concert at Sherwood High School. Tickets are $7 at the door and every attendee gets a free poster for coming. Adrian and Julian will be available to sign posters starting at 6:00PM, so be sure to come early, meet the twins, and take photos. The public is welcome.
Informal Alumni Gathering - In addition to the Take 2 concert - there will be an informal Sherwood High School alumni gathering for former students who graduated around the years 1982-1984. Heather Chirtea, the twin's mother, attended Sherwood high school and any alumni still in the area are invited to gather friends and family for 2 generations of fun.
For More Information - Contact Heather Chirtea at 802-379-3000 and visit Take 2’s website at www.take2official.com. The concert will be held Saturday, October 10 at Sherwood High School, 300 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Sandy Spring, MD 20860
*This is not an MCPS school district sponsored event.