Grauer's Music Department Presents Lunchtime Concert
Lunchtime Concert at The Grauer School
Grauer's Music Department presented a Lunchtime Concert on Friday, August 30, coordinated by Music Teacher Isaac Langen and Sound Engineer Liam Murphy. The concert featured performances by Advanced Music students in the gazebo. It was a great way to end the week before everyone left for the Labor Day holiday long weekend, and the audience really enjoyed the performances by these talented Grauer students!
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