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Students of music showcased talent

FOR THE TEXAN

Denise Baumert, of Denise’s Music Studio, held her annual recital Friday, February 20 at 7:00 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on 16th Street. This year’s 13 performing students all performed beautifully, and showed several different styles of music learned. Two additional students were not able to attend the recital.

The night started with Rhiana Todd playing two piano pieces, “Dream Echoes” and “Night Train,” showing her application of dynamics used in music. New student, Andrew Wright, then played “Sudden Storm” and “Too Cool,” and was very cool performing his pieces.

Second-year student, Ani Lees, then performed “The Stream” and “Viva La Rhumba,” playing both pieces in duet form with Denise. Callie Ritchey then played “Dance of the Court Jester” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” Callie is also into her second year of piano lessons.

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