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NA Orchestra hosts Disney-themed concert

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North Allegheny High Orchestra violinist Mary Flavin dressed up as Mary Poppins during a Disney-themed concert March 23, 2019 at Carson Middle School.
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Ava Dolar, 2, of Marshall, gets her picture taken with Ally Barcaskey, as Tinker Bell, before a North Allegheny High Orchestra Disney-themed concert March 23, 2019 at Carson Middle School.
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Eleanor Silvernail, 6, of Marshall, dressed up as Jasmine and danced during a North Allegheny High Orchestra Disney-themed concert March 23, 2019 at Carson Middle School.
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North Allegheny High Orchestra students dressed up during a Disney-themed concert March 23, 2019 at Carson Middle School.
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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
North Allegheny High Orchestra students dressed up during a Disney-themed concert March 23, 2019 at Carson Middle School.
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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Kids dressed as their favorite Disney characters during a North Allegheny High Orchestra concert March 23, 2019.

Members of the North Allegheny Orchestra dressed as popular Disney characters and performed a selection of the animation studio’s favorite music on Saturday, March 23, at Carson Middle School.

The free concert featured musicians dressed as Belle, Ariel, Aladdin and others.

Children in attendance dresssed as their favorite Disney characters to dance and sing along.

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