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Middle School Guitar Club Concert a jamming good time

on February 10, 2017

A large group of students sing on stage during the annual Guitar

Over 150 students took part in the annual concert Guitar Club Concert on February 3. They included members of the Middle School Guitar Club, Middle School Wire Choir, Middle School Jazz Band, and Guitar Club alumni who are now high school students.

Two female students sing during the annual Guitar Club Concert.They were joined by Middle School science teachers and club advisors John Gouveia and Ed Mesic; Middle School music teacher E’lissa Maynard; retired teacher and a club founder, Darryl Wilbur—and several staff members.

Held in the Theatre at Warwick Valley High School, the concert featured musical hits from the 60s through the 2000s and included the always popular faculty number, featuring WVMS teachers.

Congratulations to the Middle School Guitar Club, which is celebrating its 22nd anniversary!

Click here to view a photo album on the district’s public Facebook page – you don’t need a Facebook account.

 

 

A group of students sing and use percussion instruments during the annual Guitar Club Concert.A student and a staff member perform during the annual Guitar Club Concert.

Three middle school teachers perform during the annual Guitar Club Concert.  Two violin students take a pause during the annual Guitar Club Concert.

 

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