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In recital, young pianists, vocalists, delight audience

Kiara Cutting

The Studio of Tiffany Hilliker held its Fall Recital at the Clarksville Department of Electricity’s Hall on Saturday, November 8. Nineteen students, all in recital attire, brilliantly performed.

Seventeen of these gifted students are pianists, and two, Lexi Moore and Lauren Ritter, are vocalists. An audience of approximately one hundred enjoyed the performances, and afterward shared in refreshments.

Clarksville knows Mrs. Hilliker for her piano and voice teaching, and her Kindermusik classes at Mary’s Music.

The performers, along with their selections, were:

  • Kiara Cutting, Classic Dance, Nancy and Randall Faber
  • Megan Chalmers, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Ludwig Beethoven (1770-1820)
  • Victoria White, Whirling Leaves, Nancy and Randall Faber
  • Marianne Rivera, When the Saints Go Marching In, Traditional
  • Lauren Ritter, Once Upon a Dream, from Jekyll & Hyde
  • Jarius Satterfield, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
  • Emma Krone, Musette, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750
  • Faith Lu, Andante, Nancy and Randall Faber
  • Ashley Robertson,  Minka, Russian Folk Song
  • Andreya Steidl,  Polovetsian Dance, Alexander Borodin (1833-1887)
  • Lexi Moore,  Daddy’s Hands, as performed by Holly Dunn
  • Mina Grieco, The Lost Doll, Bela Bartok (1887-1945)
  • Charlie Krone, Turkey in the Straw, Folk Song
  • Chris White,  Reverie, John Thompson
  • Taylor Gamble Melody, Friedrich Baumfelder (1836-1916)
  • Ashley Rivera, Fleeting Moments, Mike Springer
  • Michael White,  Starlight Waltz, C.S. Brainard
  • Vanessa Rivera, Falling Leaves, Mike Springer
  • Sarah Traylor,  Boogie Woogie Rock, Mike Springer
David Cutting
David Cuttinghttp://www.DavidCutting.com/
I am married, and the father of six adult children, all of whom are college graduates, one six-year-old daughter, and one three-year-old daughter. I am also a grandfather of four. I studied architecture at Pratt Institute, and then went to work as a surveyor. Afterwards I worked as a field engineer, responsible for construction supervision of highways and buildings. I joined CBS, becoming Manager of Planning and Cost Engineering, and supervised other engineers and architects. Following this value added experience of 20 years I worked another 20 years as owner of a commercial printing business. My dream for America is peace, love, and justice for all.

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