Eighth Notes Music School hosts Dec. recital


Eighth Notes Music School held another successful recital-concert last Dec. 3, 2016, at the Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center.

Led by music teacher Ryan Isidro, about 60 multi-talented students showcased their talents using various instruments like piano, guitar, ukulele and drums. Sam Balicha did master of ceremony duties.

The program was divided into two batches—the 2:30pm show and the 5pm show.

Parents and friends who witnessed the show were amazed with the outcome. One parent said they need this kind of event in the island.

Students who played piano were Kali Berkland, Sofia Cariaso, Sunjae Kim, Jennifer Hart, Emma Tenorio, Emma Sablan, Giana Lang, Arielle Matutino, Piper Raho, Jack Raho, Tristan Raho, Bernard Sabino, Rafael Busby, Ana Villagomez, Nieves Villagomez, Susana Villagomez, Nancy Capati, James Reyes, Joy Yan, Caleb Yan, Adonna Matutino, Sari Barman, Ethan De Belen, Hannah Gabaldon, Jana Agbuya, Jamie Agbuya, Jordan Sigua, Keisha Morales, Seth Balakrishna, Steven Balakrishna, Henry Xue, William Xue, Ashlynn Han, Mayan Taylor, Frank Tang, Andrie Molinyawe, Haley Sangalang, Angela Barbo.

The guitar players were Richard Villagomez, Bernice Sabino, Irin Chung, Serin Chung, James Reyes, Jeff Consignado, Jimin Ahn, Yumin Ahn, Sumin Ahn, Conrad Bao, Joshua Tenorio, Zlata Vekhova, Adonna Matutino, and Lawrence Tubera. The bass player was Prince Manalo.

The drummers were Geoff Castro and Joshua Yoo, Angel Manalo, Justin Mateo, Matt Moran, Elijah De Belen, Christian Morales, Shuman Barman, Alex Kim, and Justin Tubera

Serin Chung, Irin Chung, Giana Lang also played the ukulele.

The Eighth Notes Music School is located on Middle Road in Garapan. It is on the second floor of Tun Kiku’s Building and offers music instruction in piano, guitar, bass, ukulele, and drums. For more information, please call 483-8588.

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