Grammar School students perform at Fine Arts Night

Jun 07, 2018
Courtesy of: Aimee Sanfilippo Fifth-grader Miriam Rowland plays the flute at Thomaston Grammar School's Fine Arts Night.

Thomaston — Thomaston Grammar School held a Fine Arts Night the evening of May 31. Artwork created throughout the year in Janelle Eddy's art classes was on display in the lobby and gymnasium.

New music teacher Ashley Boden led the students in providing music for the many guests that night. The evening began with the kindergarten through second grade concert. Kindergarten students sang "Mr. Sun," "Old MacDonald," and "The More We Get Together." First-grade students sang "Down by the Bay," "This Little Light of Mine," and "All Around the Gardener's Bench." Second-grade students sang "Boom Chicka Boom," "Fred the Moose," and "Peanut Butter and Jelly." Then the two classes performed the song "Bright Happy Day" together.

The second half of the evening showcased performances by third- through fifth-grade students. Third-grade students sang "Do-Re-Mi," "My Favorite Things," and "The Bare Necessities." Fourth-graders showed off their skills on recorders by playing "Hot Cross Buns." The fifth-grade band performed a variety of songs in solos and small groups, and then the whole group played "Lightly Row." The fourth- and fifth-grade then sang "It's a Melody," "Fight Song," and "Can't Stop the Feeling."

Thomaston Grammar School fourth-grader Jackson Russomano sings at the school's Fine Arts Night May 31. (Courtesy of: Aimee Sanfilippo)
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