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Wardlaw+Hartridge Students Showcase Artistic Talents

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Back: William Rehwinkel of Scotch Plains, Thomas Borner du Cane of Plainfield and John Papetti of Elizabeth. Front: CJ Stueck and JJ Stueck of Scotch Plains and Simu Singh of Monroe. Credits: Wardlaw + Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ -- Upper School students at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison provided visual and musical art at its finest at the Winter Art Show and Concert on Dec. 7.

After patrons roamed the halls to peruse artwork in the showcases, which included a display in the lobby of the new Berry Performing Arts Center, they entered the Jean and Sal Badalamenti Theater for a wonderful concert.

The Sax Quartet began the evening with a rousing rendition of The Entertainer. Other highlights included the Concert Band's Star Wars medley, MadJazz's Ave Verum Corpus by Mozart, the Jazz Band's Moon River and Gonna Fly Now and the Concert Choir's If Music Be the Food of Love and Go Where I Send Thee! The Combined Band and Concert Choir ended the evening with the special commissioned piece Cognoscere et Conficere by Thomas Juneau.

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