MILLBURN, NJ – The Millburn High School Ukulele Club held its first “Coffee House Concert” on Friday night at 7 PM. The club, headed by seniors Vivian Murphy and Alyssa Rothman, performed to an audience of more than 70 people in the high school cafeteria.

The concert had a total of 19 songs performed by many individuals of the club as well as group acts. Many songs performed were well-known among the audience, and some songs were even written by members of the club. While the club is comprised mostly of seniors, underclassmen like Caitlin Sleeman and Jarod Friedman had their chance to shine as well.

During the intermission, the club sold raffles sponsored by many businesses in downtown Millburn.

The concert was an overwhelming success, and plans are already underway for a luau-themed concert in the spring!

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Daniel Sirota
Daniel Sirota is a sophomore at MHS, and he's the current Vice President of Technology for Studio 462. He is also a co-producer and director of the Studio 462 talk show "Have a Good Morning and a Pleasant Afternoon." While he generally produces our live streams, you can also hear him commentating soccer, lacrosse, and the annual Battle of the Classes.