Students from Norma Hoy’s Music Studio participate in recital

Full of holiday cheer, students from Norma Hoy’s Music Studio in Fort St. James were eager to help celebrate Canada Music Week on Nov. 28.

  • Dec. 7, 2016 5:00 a.m.

Hannah Wingerter

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

Full of holiday cheer, students from Norma Hoy’s Music Studio in Fort St. James were eager to help celebrate Canada Music Week on Nov. 28.

Students took to the stage at Fort St. James Secondary School, some for the very first time, in praise of all they have learned during the past year.

Students played a variety of pieces for a full house at the high school.

Performers included: Piano Teacher Mrs. Norma Hoy, Mandy Dionne, Sunbeams II class including Emily Boyd, Katie Fraser and Connor Duncan, Shayla Ramsey and Oshen Wingerter, Sunbeams Class I including Brynn Kitchen, Tahira Soles, Joseph Walsh, Tessa Duncan, Braelyn Pacheco and William Teegee.

Other performers included: Aidan Duncan, Maria Sala Cybulski, Julia Haskell, Nyah Duncan and Minna Jones.

Hannah Wingerter concluded the evening with a moving performance by Canadian Composers, H. Hobbs and A. King.


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