Genevieve portrayed Dr. Who at the ES Nursing home program. For her piano piece, she chose “Valse Vile” and in addition, she sang and played the guitar during the pre-program to entertain the residents while they waited for the show to start. Many thanks, Genevieve!
Cole was “A slider” for the Halloween program. He helped fill out the program by playing four numbers: “Ghost Waltz” and three numbers from “The End Trilogy.” Thanks for taking the place of some students unable to attend; I appreciate your willingness to do extra.
Georgia wrote her own song to perform for the residents of ES Nursing and she called it “The Cat’s Pumpkin Rumble!” She also played “Black Cat” and her costume was a dragon. We are so proud of all you did to entertain everyone.
Bridget was the Elf from Lord of the Rings and entertained the residents with her performance of “Midnight Snack”. This was Bridget’s first program and she did a great job!
Rose was a zebra to entertain the residents of ES Nursing. She turned her head mask around while performing so that the zebra appeared to be watching them! Rose performed “Ghost Dance” for the program.
Colt entertains the residents of Excelsior Nursing with “Cool Ghouls”.
Rowan as Doc Holiday from Tombstone performed two pieces for the program. They were “Five Little Pumpkins” and “A Scream on Halloween.” The residents loved the screams where Rowan smacked the keys on the piano with his hand! Very entertaining, Rowan!
Kate, the beautiful witch, performed two pieces for the residents of Excelsior Nursing on October 26, 2019. The first was “A Little Night Music” by Mozart and the second “Things That Go Bump in the Night”! Well done, Kate.
Champion performed “Witches on Broomsticks” to entertain the residents of Excelsior Nursing on Oct. 26, 2019. He studies piano at Dorothy’s Piano Studio and this was his first program!
Ellie as Mr. Top Hat performing “Creeping Footsteps” for the residents of Excelsior Nursing on October 26th. Not only did her piece cover the entire range of the piano, she also had it memorized! Great performance, Ellie!!