This summer, we held our first-ever Globalsound Challenge for our students. Open to any student who wished to participate, the challenge was ‘TV Theme Songs’. Students learned their favorite TV theme song and submitted a video performance to enter. We received a wide variety of videos, from elaborate productions to simple live performances. We had a blast checking out the clever and creative takes on iconic TV themes from our talented students! Every student who entered the contest will win a prize, with special category winners assigned. Check out the results of our TV Theme Song Contest below!
BEST VIDEO PRODUCTION: John Stegner performing the ‘Duck Tales’ theme song
John performs vocals and guitar AND filmed and edited this video. Well done!
Claire Koch sings ‘Love Like You’ from Steven Universe
Claire Koch sings an absolutely lovely version of ‘Love Like You’ from the show Steven Universe. Great job Claire!
BEST AUDIO RECORDING: Max Landis performing ‘The Office’ theme song
Max filmed and recorded this video himself – excellent production work Max!
Sibi Sivaram performing the ‘Stranger Things’ theme song on piano.
Check out those difficult left-hand crosses in this piece!
BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE: Sally Rodriguez performing ‘Better in Stereo’ from Liv and Maddie.
Sally absolutely nails the vocals in this tune – excellent work!
MOST SHARED VIDEO: Ram Marlonsson performing ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ from Mister Roger’s Neighborhood.
We can see why so many people liked and shared this video – Ram’s jazz-inflected take on this classic song sounds like the work of a pro.
Kinsman Arians performing the ‘Phineas and Ferb’ theme song
Kinsman Arians rocks the kit on this fun version of the ‘Phineas and Ferb’ theme song. Great work Kinsman!
Melody Hodges performing ‘Where Everybody Knows Your Name’ from Cheers
Melody Hodges sings AND plays keys for this great version of ‘Where Everybody Knows Your Name’, the iconic theme song from ‘Cheers’. Excellent job Melody!
and finally, Globalsound Teachers Performing the ‘Cheers’ Theme Song
Let’s give a shout out to our teachers Mateo MacDonald, Spencer Church, Matt Gleason, and Rose Fuller for whipping up this version of the ‘Cheers’ theme. Teachers can’t win a prize for this contest, but we’re gonna give Mateo the Duke Silver award for best sax solo 🙂
Got an idea for our next challenge? Let us know!
We’re got more ideas in store for future Globalsound Challenges! Have an idea of your own? Call the office at 303-439-7956 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!