Young musicians ready to strut

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Young musicians ready to strut

Music in the Mountains showcase at concert hall numbers 20 acts
Hannah Rohrich from Durango created the poster for the Strut Your Stuff showcase. Hannah is the daughter of Matthew and Tamsin Rohrich.
Nine-year-old Jack Beattie, son of Todd and Lani Beattie, practices “The Hunters” by David Carr Glover on Wednesday at Master’s Touch Music in preparation for Saturday’s Strut Your Stuff showcase. His instructor, Patty Mack, follows along.
Lineup of performers for Strut Your Stuff

Zoe Rohrich, violin, Fritz Kreisler’s “Praeludium and Allegro”; accompanist: Beverly Lawrence.
Aidan Shaffer, cello, C. Webster’s “Scherzo”; accompanist: Kristen Chen.
Jack Beattie, piano; David Carr Glover’s “The Hunters.”
Autumn Ford, vocalist, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Medley from Sound of Music.”
Ella Gavlinski, piano, Meyer’s “Wild Honeysuckle Rag.”
Hannah Rohrich, cello, Haydn’s “Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Moderato”; accompanist: Beverly Lawrence.
Jasper Graves, violin, Vivaldi’s “Violin Concerto in A minor, 3rd movement”; accompanist: Melanie Palmer.
Liam O’Neil, xylophone, “Big Bertha.”
St. Columba Handbell Choir,English Folk Tune “Country Gardens.”
Bayfield Elementary, D.R.U.M. (Discipline, Respect, and Unity through Music),“Tsokoshata” by Walt Hampton – Xylophone (Marimba) Song and “Samba,” arr. Jim Solomon – Drum Song.
Nolan Reed, violin, Haydn’s “Koncert in G Dur”; accompanist: Beverly Lawrence.
Alexis Gurzich, cello, Vivaldi’s “Concerto in C, 3rd movement”; accompanist: Kristen Gurzich.
Nick Wilbur, viola, Telemann’s “Viola Concerto in G, Largo”; accompanist: Melanie Palmer.
Abbey Wiley, piano, Menken’s, “Beauty and the Beast.”
Tony Williams, Olivia Sakadinski and Emily Williams,Tony Williams’ “Dance of the Flower.”
J.R. Smith, violin, “First Movement of the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor”; accompanist: Christi Livingston.
Psychedelic Mojo, Santana’s “Black Magic Woman.”

If you go

The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College and Music in the Mountains Goes to School Program will present “Strut Your Stuff,” a musical showcase, at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Concert Hall. Tickets cost $10 each or three for $25 and are available online at www.musicinthemountains.com, by phone at 385-6820 or at the festival office at 1063 Main Ave.

Young musicians ready to strut

Hannah Rohrich from Durango created the poster for the Strut Your Stuff showcase. Hannah is the daughter of Matthew and Tamsin Rohrich.
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Nine-year-old Jack Beattie, son of Todd and Lani Beattie, practices “The Hunters” by David Carr Glover on Wednesday at Master’s Touch Music in preparation for Saturday’s Strut Your Stuff showcase. His instructor, Patty Mack, follows along.
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