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December 14, 2013

Joplin Piano Teachers to hold recital Sunday

JOPLIN, Mo. — The Joplin Piano Teachers Association will host its December recitals Sunday in Corley Auditorium at Missouri Southern State University.

The recitals will be at 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. There will be 55 students performing who are pupils of 13 local teachers.

The students who will perform in the 1:30 p.m. recital are Aseneth Arzet, Brynna Brouwer, Melia Campell, Karissa Chase, Isabelle Clevenger, Lydia Commons, Nolan Commons, Brent Corner, Abigail Cryer, Grace Derfelt, Charlie Heil, Chase Hembree, Hannah Hilsabeck, Jayline Johnson, Kennedy Johnson, Mary Grace Kenney, Avery Nevins, Uriah Nevins, Gavin Phillips, Mason Phillips, Chloe Spiva, Corbin Thomas, Owen Weller, Katie White, Madeline Wilson and Ana Young.

Participating teachers are Sheila Burger, Karen Dolanc, Bob Durham, Karen Heath, Anna Hill, Gloria Jardon and Amanda Kimble.

Performers in the 2:30 p.m. recital are Ethan Ball, Rachel Crazybear, Nat Curtis, Duc Dang, William Endicott, Cambry Erdman, Jadyn Feingold, Corinne Fogarty, Lizzie Goddard, Noah Harris, Thad Harris, Matthew Heatley, Chelsea Henderson, Jacob Hightower, Regina Hightower, Lexee Johnson, Myka Masters, Reagan Miller, Reese Miller, Ron Ogden, Linzie Ozbun, Madison Riley, Emalee Ro, Daniel Salazar, Alan Schlueter, Gabriella Schlueter, Reagan Thompson, Laurel Wheeler and Sierra Wilson.

Participating teachers are Marilyn Abercrombie, Ruth Burnside, Carolyn Clark, Brooka Medlin, Vicky Ralston and Megan Sabo.

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