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BRMS Holds Annual Talent Show With Singers, Dancers, Pianists

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School held its annual talent show March 16 with a mix of singers, dancers, instrumentalists and more celebrating their skills.

Performing were Ellie Pan and Ananya Rayapuraju; Veena Arunkumar and Radha Ramdeen; Alex Forton and Aditi Sathe; Elizabeth Leclerc; Anish Suresh; Avantika Khanna and Navya Sinha; Caila Yarwood and Mr. Zas; Liz Driscoll, Sabrina Cantatore and Sammy Canuel; Rachel Mesa and Sia Limaye; Sarah Romano; Janet Beshai, Vidushi Kataria and Krutika Kumar; Angie Valenciano and Jessica Niu; and Mr. Solomon and members of The New Jersey Center of Dance Vocalist with Dance Troupe.

Also performing were teachers Kelly Zarelli and David Anderson. The show was hosted by Natasha Mody, Jacqueline Ruhnke, Tommy Pennimpede and Donevan Shum.

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