A rockin’ time at SLPHS talent show

Once again Spring Lake Park High School’s Concert Choir presented a fun evening of talent at its annual Panther Talent Show.

Emily Lukens sang a duet with Evan Ihde. The duo was accompanied by Derek Hartman on piano and Nick Ludgate on drums (not pictured). Photo by Vicki Burns
Emily Lukens sang a duet with Evan Ihde. The duo was accompanied by Derek Hartman on piano and Nick Ludgate on drums (not pictured). Photos by Vicki Burns

Twenty-four acts stepped up to the mic, with vocals being the most performed acts the evening of March 7.

Vocal performances included solos, duets and small groups accompanied by guitar, ukulele and piano.

The Parkaires Vocal Ensemble, the high school’s select choir group; bands NSN, Lymphelium Lester, NSN and Mother Earth rounded out the evening.

The talent show was performed at Spring Lake Park’s Fine Arts Center.

Chan Khang and Stephanie Pi sing “Just a Dream” as part of a group act. Not pictured are: Kyle Polta, Richie Toweh and Eric Travis. Emily Lukens sang a duet with Evan Ihde. The duo was accompanied by Derek Hartman on piano and Nick Ludgate on drums (not pictured). Stephani Pi sang and accompanied herself on the ukulele. Nick Ludgate, a member of the band Lymphelium Lester, sang and played the guitar. Emily Kuczaboski shared her talents. Chanteya Warren, accompanied by James Pi on piano (not pictured), sang “Meguru Kisetsu” (Circling Seasons). Justin Tran and Molleysa Yang performed as part of a vocal group. Not pictured are Andrew Nguyen and Quynn Dao. Photos by Vicki Burns
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Chan Khang and Stephanie Pi sing “Just a Dream” as part of a group act. Not pictured are: Kyle Polta, Richie Toweh and Eric Travis.

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