The talented musical pair of Sister Sing Sister String, who have been singing together ever since they could walk and talk, recently delighted The Early School of Temple B’nai Abraham students with a wonderful interactive musical presentation. This concert was sponsored by The Early School Parents’ Council.The two sisters, accomplished string musicians Marla and Erin Edwards sing a variety of children’s classics and contemporary music with their own unique twist that is enjoyable to both their pint size audience and their parents. You can’t help but sing along! Sister Sing Sister String member Erin is the mother of Early School student Jake Ben Hayon. Pictured are l-r Marla with her nephew Jake and Erin with Early School student Jake Popkin. For information regarding Early School program contact Director Debbie Aronson Ziering at 973.994.7016 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. All ES programs are open to non-members and members. Visit the website at www.tbanj.oirg
Sister Sing Sister String Delights TBA Early School Students
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