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 Wardlaw-Hartridge Students Entertain at Cookin' Cabaret

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William Rehwinkel and Steven Bessette, both of Scotch Plains, performed a piano/vocal duet Apologize at the show. Credits: Courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge
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Priya Golding of North Plainfield sings and plays What’s Up at the cabaret. Credits: Courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ -- Students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison entertained the audience with a wide range of performances at the eighth annual Cookin' Cabaret on May 23 in the AP Room. The show included a mix of vocal and instrumental acts, as well as rap and spoken word.

The school's talented ensembles, including the Sax Quartet, Jazz Band and Concert Choir, also performed.

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