Plateau area music students perform in spring recitals

The piano students of Angela Wentz presented their annual spring piano recital June 7, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Enumclaw.

  • Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:27am
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The piano students of Angela Wentz presented their annual spring piano recital June 7, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Enumclaw.

Performing pieces they worked on throughout the year were Maya Arigala, Johnna Coughlin, Kaylee Kosko, Jack Leeper, Rachel Leeper, Chase Llewellyn, Dalis Llewellyn, Lillian McNabb, Logan McNabb, River McNabb, Savannah McNabb, Grace Pearl, Emily Rash, Madalyn Schoenhair, Sadi Wentz, and Kaelynn Whiting.

Angela Wentz is a piano teacher in Buckley and a member of the Enumclaw Music Teachers Association.

Also presenting their annual spring recital on the same day were the voice and piano students of Julia Wentz.

Performing their pieces at Trinity Lutheran Church in Enumclaw were the following: Erik Anderson, Brett Butler, Rachael Butler, Alyssa Decker, Aaron Gonzales, Meranda Kelly, Adelia Nunn, Frannie Nunn, Trevor Nunn, Daniel Reindeaux, Haunz Stroshein (performing an original trio with Julia and his mother, Wendy Stroschein), and Sadi Wentz.

Julia Wentz is a voice and piano teacher in Buckley and a member of the Enumclaw Music Teachers Association.

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