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Wardlaw + Hartridge School to Host Annual Spring Music Recital on Sun, Apr. 15

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The vocal quintet rehearses, from left: Priya Golding, Kallie Schildge, Aanandi Murlidharan, CJ Stueck and Steven Bessette. Credits: Wardlaw + Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ - The Wardlaw + Hartridge School in Edison is hosting its annual Spring Music Recital on Sunday, April 15 at 4:00 p.m. Many of Wardlaw + Hartridge's finest musicians and vocalists will showcase their talents and this year's event will be held in the new Berry Performing Arts Center for the first time.

Performers include Suraj Chandran of Edison (violin), William Rehwinkel of Scotch Plains (piano), Aanandi Murlidharan of Edison (mezzo soprano), Annie Gu of Edison (piano), Eric Wang of Highland Park (guitar), Matangi Melpakkam of Piscataway (soprano), Suniti Shah of Edison (sitar), Camila Fang of Edison (cello), Kallie Schildge of Westfield (soprano), Jaden Dugenio of Bridgewater (alto) and Joanne Ding of Iselin (flute). Murlidharan and Schildge will be joined by Steven Bessette of Scotch Plains, Priya Golding of North Plainfield and CJ Stueck of Scotch Plains in a vocal quintet. 

A reception, sponsored by the W+H International Student Organization, will be held following the recital. For more information, contact Sharon Byrne at sbyrne@whschool.org or call the school at 908-754-1882.

 

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