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Eight St. Markers Featured in Fall Music Showcase
Eight St. Markers Featured in Fall Music Showcase

The annual Fall Music Showcase featured performances from eight St. Mark's students. The concert took place on Monday evening, November 13, on the stage of the Putnam Family Arts Center's Class of 1945 Hall.

Anishka Yerabothu '20, a day student from Southborough, sang Carnatic music, a sophisticated classical music system from South India that traces its origins to the 12th century. Megan Miantsoko, a Third Former from Bronx, NY, then performed Kosma's Autumn Leaves on the trumpet.

Pianist Helynna Lin '18, a boarder from Guangzhou, China, impressed the audience with her rendition of Opus 57's 2nd Movement from Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 23 in F minor. Mezzo soprano Grace Darko, a Fifth Former from Bronx, NY, sang Sebben Crudele by early 18th century composer Antonio Caldara. Norbie Vazqueze '21, from Prospect Park, NJ, played "When the Saints Go Marching In" on the trumpet. Classmate and fellow trumpeter Henry Sansone, a boarder from Ross, CA, performed Jerome Kern's "All the Things You Are."

Sixth Form baritone Jason Hwang from South Korea did a beautiful job singing Schubert's "Die Post" from Winterreise (D. 911, Op. 89, 1828) and "Les Berceaux" from Fauré's Three songs, Op. 23, No. 1. Sophia Liu, a Fifth Former from Beijing, China, played Paul Taffanel's Andante Pastoral on the flute.

Overall, it was a wonderfully successful evening of music, showcasing eight talented St. Mark's students.