Strings Inc. performs fall concert

Strings Inc. held its fall concert on Nov. 2.

Strings students performing were Kyle Allen, Ander Barillas, Isaac Bell, Chase Best, Mason Breeding, Grace Cassidy, Aaliya Contreras, Luis Contreras, Fr. Guerric Debona, Malakai Fleming, Konnor Gafford, Nora Goins, Lexi Gress, Clara Hedinger, Julie Heitz, David Kassebaum, Paige Kempf, Anil Khurana, Arjun Khurana, Ana Knies, David Knies, Molly Knies,

Evangeline Lampert, Elisabeth Luff, Amilia Marinin, Daniel Marx, Ezekiel Marx, Nathan McDowell, Adina Moss, Libby Nicholson, Amilia Popp, Aoibhinn Rasche, Felix Schmuecker, Lena Schmuecker, Addison Schnarr, Lily Schnarr, Sophie Schnarr, Liliana Serrano, Camille Tempel, Eloise Temple, Madison Thompson, Hope Willard, Dawson Yoder and Olivia Yoder.

Teachers were Rafaela Schaick, Amber McNair and Josiah Yoder. The accompanist was Lauren Michelle Popp.

Numbers performed and composers were “Mousy Song,” R. Schaick; “Peanut Butter Sandwich,” “Oh, Come Little Children,” “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” and “Lightly Row,” Folk Song; “E String Concerto,” S. Edén; “Sonata in D Major-IV,” G.F. Handel; “Concerto in G Minor-I, A. Vivaldi; “Perpetuo Mobile,” C. Bohm; “Concerto in A Minor-1,” A. Vivaldi; “Bourrée” and “Chorus from Judas Maccabaeus,” G.F. Handel; “Happy Farmer,” F. Schumann; “Andantino” and “Perpetual Motion,” S. Suzuki; “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star and variations,” Mozart (arr. Suzuki).

The advanced group class performed “Farewell to Nova Scotia,” Folk Song.

A presentation of book awards was held.




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