Keyboard ensemble performs for more than 500 students
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The Kilgore College Keyboard Orchestra presented its annual Keyboard Extravaganza Thursday, April 4, to more than 500 elementary and middle school students in three performances at Van Cliburn Auditorium on the Kilgore campus. 



 



“The orchestra performed on Yamaha keyboards producing more than 600 sounds,” said Sandra Siler, director of the group. “The program was enhanced by laser lights, dramatic Power Point presentations, student skits, costume changes, audience participation and a surprise visit from Lady Gaga (impersonator).”



 





PHOTOS: One of the group performing and one of Radiance Williams performing. Photos by Jon Vashey/KC



 



 



The group consists of: Brittany Crowe, Longview; Corey Daniels, Henderson; Melodi King, Longview; Deric Nowlin, Kilgore; Kelsie Sullivan, Gilmer, Radiance Williams, Longview; and Alan Zamarron, Gilmer. 



 



About the ensemble: Siler’s ensembles have presented sessions at the Music Teacher’s National Conventions in Salt Lake City, Utah; Seattle, Wash.; Austin and Albuquerque, N.M.  The KC Keyboard Orchestra opened the 2011 Texas Music Teacher’s Convention in Arlington. For more information on the group e-mail Siler at kjcsiler@aol.com.



 

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