A talented group perform at Canada Music Week Recital

On Nov. 26, piano students from Norma Hoy’s Studio performed at the Canada Week Recital.

  • Dec. 2, 2015 8:00 a.m.

Performers from Norma Hoy's Studio

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

On Nov. 26, piano students from Norma Hoy’s Studio performed at the Canada Week Recital.

All age groups were represented and from all levels as they showcased their talents, their hard work and dedication learned over the past year.

A special treat included a performance by local Canadian composer and singer, Hannah Wingerter who performed her song, Love you Forever.

Piano Teacher, Norma Hoy concluded the evening with a performance to an enthusiastic crowd at the Evangelical Free Church in Fort St. James.

From Beethoven to Berlin, from the theme of Star Wars to Turkish Bazaar, the evening was filled with variety and fun for all to share.

Performers included: Sunbeams l Class, Mandy Dionne, Aidan Duncan, Emily Boyd, Taryn Bennett, Katie Fraser, Conor Duncan, Hannah Wingerter, Oshen Wingerter, Molly Murdoch, Bergen Jones, Julia Haskell, Karalyn Duncan, Amy Caldwell, Shayla Ramsey, Minna Jones, Nyah Duncan, Reanne Duncan and Maiko Caldwell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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