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Photo Gallery: ‘Fox Chapel’s Got Talent’

Tawnya Panizzi
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Ella Tramontina takes second place for singing “I’d Rather Be Me” from the musical “Mean Girls” at the Fox Chapel’s Got Talent show.
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Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Duncan Regan sings “To Kiss a Girl” from the musical “Run Far Away” while Mia Catone accompanies him on piano at the Fox Chapel’s Got Talent 2019.
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Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Winners of the Fox Chapel’s Got Talent Luis Fernandez and Grace Stasolla perform “Story of My Life” by One Direction.

Fox Chapel Area High School students Luis Fernandez and Grace Stasolla took home a victory by performing “Story of My Life” during the district’s annual talent show.

They were up against peers who sang, recited poetry and performed magic during “Fox Chapel’s Got Talent” on April 25.

Fernandez and Stasolla won the top prize of $300.

A total of 15 acts were judged by Brian Worsdale, music director of the Three Rivers Young Peoples Orchestra; jazz vocalist Tania Grubbs; and a student judge.

The event was a fundraiser for the high school PTO, a group that supports student programs.

Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tawnya at 412-782-2121 x1512, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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