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Community Music School holds spring recital

Spring Community Music School Recital

Front row, left to right: Jemarah Hale, Lindsey Newton, Jordan Marshall, Preston Withington, Walter Covington, Isabel Huesa, Allen McCoy, and Rebecca Simmons. Second row, left to right: Destiny Nealy, Anna Blount, Samuel LaVigne, Kusal Samarakoon, Julia Huesa, Anna Ferguson, and Jadelyn Ray. Back row, left to right: Wilson Hawn, Genesis Rivas, Joshua Rivas, Aidan Mannette, Samitha Samarakoon, Thomas Teal, and Hannah Stephens.

Laurinburg, N.C. – The St. Andrews Presbyterian College Community Music School presented the spring recital Sunday in the Hagan Choral Room of the Vardell Building of the college campus.

The concert, featuring the students of Marjorie Hinson and Alice Wilkins, included piano, guitar, voice, ukulele and violin performances of both the solo and accompanied variety.

Jemarah Hale, Destiny Nealy, Allen McCoy, Preston Withington, Tamorra Johnson, Anna Blount, Isabel Huesa, Knowledge Patterson, Samitha Samarakoon, Anna Ferguson, Julia Huesa, Amy Wilkins, Emily McClellan, Jadeyln Ray, Breanna Ray-Smith, Aidan Mannette, Genesis Rivas, Joshua Rivas, Johnna Patterson, and Hannah Stephens shared their piano skills in the performance.

Lindsey Newton demonstrated the ukulele for the family and friends gathered while William McClellan and Samuel LaVigne played guitar and sang. Kusal Samarakoon and Wilson Hawn played guitar. Caitlyn McClellan, Rebecca Simmons, and Thomas Teal gave violin performances.

The crowd pleasing Community Music School Garage Band ended the performance with The Black Nag, an English Country Dance from 1670.

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