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Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012
 

Sixteen young musicians will perform Sunday at the Ferrier Young Artists Competition Winners' recital at the Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center in Greenburg.

They were chosen in a competition of 24 finalists last Sunday.

The winners are:

• In piano: Bianca Li, a freshman at Franklin Regional High School; Nolan Pepka, a freshman at Kiski Area High School; Olivia Syphan, a freshman home schooler from New Florence; Anna Hu, a seventh-grader at Latrobe Junior High; Kelvin Liu, a sophomore at Franklin Regional; Miko Reyes, a sophomore at Latrobe; and Elly Hu, a senior at Latrobe.

• Instrumental: Lydia Hull, violin, a seventh-grade home schooler from Derry; Katja Kochvar, flute, an eighth-grader at Franklin Regional; Megan McKelvey, clarinet, an eighth grader at Franklin Regional; and Drew Ramsey, flute, a ninth-grader at Franklin Regional; Abigail Hull, alto saxophone, a sophomore home schooler from Derry; and Kaitlyn Ruffing, flute, a junior at Franklin Regional.

• Vocal: Anishaa Sivakumar, an eighth-grader at Franklin Regional; Savannah McElhaney, a ninth-grader at Latrobe Junior High; Lauren Thayer, a senior at Derry Area High School

Music begins at 3 p.m. Admission is free. Details: 724-837-1850 or joy@westmorelandsymphony.org .

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