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Singletary Studio Presents Students in Concert

PORTSMOUTH
Singletary Piano & Dance Studio of Portsmouth presented five of its students in concert on Sunday, August 6 at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Portsmouth.

They were Master James E. Flippens (age 15, violin); Ms. Skyonah Harding (age 16, violin); Master Noah Alexander Howell (age 12, violin); Ms. Elisha Sharp (age 7, violin); and Ms. Jocelyn Zhu (age 8, piano).

They were accompanied by Mr. Nick Nespoli, chorus teacher of Western Branch High School in Chesapeake and the organist at St. Paul’s Catholic Church.

Musical selections performed included the classics from the 17th to the 20th centuries.

Dr. Richard A. Singletary is the founder and director of the studio.

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