Students hope to play way to Ottawa

The G.W. Graham music department is hosting a fundraising performance on April 11 to help send students to MusicFest in May.

Janine Webster leads G.W. Graham music students in rehearsal for their April 11 performance fundraiser.

The G.W. Graham music department is hosting a performance on Monday, April 11 to honour gold performers.

The performing students from jazz, vocal and senior concert bands recently placed gold in the Lions Club Music and Dance Festival last month.

Also featuring a silent auction, the evening’s festivities are a fundraiser to support a group of more than 40 talented, young music students on their journey to Ottawa MusicFest from May 9 to 15.

Under the guidance of music directors Janine Webster and Shane Monkman, these gold performers will provide stellar musical entertainment for all to enjoy.

The performance takes place at G.W. Graham (45955 Thomas Rd) April 11 at 7 p.m. in the theatre. Donations are encouraged.

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