Piano students perform Christmas pieces

The piano students of Angela Wentz and the voice and piano students of Julia Wentz presented themes from The Nutcracker Suite and their favorite Christmas pieces during a recent joint recital.

  • Monday, January 26, 2009 10:22pm
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The piano students of Angela Wentz and the voice and piano students of Julia Wentz presented themes from The Nutcracker Suite and their favorite Christmas pieces during a recent joint recital.

Performing at Trinity Lutheran Church in Enumclaw Dec. 13 were the following students: Erik Anderson, Maya Arigala, Rachael Butler, Johnna Coughlin, Alyssa Decker, Reece Fox, Aaron Gonzales, Kaylee Kosko, Jennifer Kruckenberg, Buddy Leeper, Rachel Leeper (both were accompanied on the piano by their mother, Stephanie Leeper), Chase Llewellyn, Dalis Llewellyn, Lillian McNabb, Logan McNabb, River McNabb, Savannah McNabb, Morgan Massoudi, Addy Nunn, Frannie Nunn (accompanied on the piano by her father, Tim Nunn), Jordyn Price, Kenny Ridenour, Daniel Riendeau, Madalyn Shoenhair, Corey Smith, Jonathan Wentz, Sadi Wentz, Callista White, and Kaelynn Whiting.

Julia and Angela Wentz are piano teachers in the Buckley area and belong to the Enumclaw Music Teachers Association as well as Washington State Music Teachers Association and Music Teachers National Association.

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