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News Brief: WHS music society hosts charity event, invites local musicians

The WHS Honors Sinfonia playing in 2016. The Sinfonia will be one of several honors ensembles at WHS to play in the upcoming Tri-M charity event and will be joined by local musicians.

Credit: WSPN Staff

The WHS Honors Sinfonia playing in 2016. The Sinfonia will be one of several honors ensembles at WHS to play in the upcoming Tri-M charity event and will be joined by local musicians.

Aiden Chitkara

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Wayland High School musicians will be performing in the National Tri-M National Honors Society (NHS) charity event on Thursday, March 28 at 7 p.m. in the Wayland High School Theater. The event has been put together by the Creative Arts Parents Association (CAPA).

WHS honors ensembles, including the Honors Sinfonia, Honors Concert Chorale, Honors Wind Ensemble and Honors Jazz Ensemble, will also be performing at the benefit concert. Local guests who will be collaborating alongside these students are Michael Leonard (saxophone), Rebecca Leonard (clarinet), Elizabeth Markey (harp), James Markey (trombone), Cynthia Meyers (flute/piccolo), Kevin Murphy (piano) and Jody Pongratz (piano).

The suggested donation is $10 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.

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Aiden Chitkara, class of 2020, is a first year reporter for WSPN.  He will be a captain for the boys' hockey and lacrosse teams. In his free...

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