Second annual Bluegrass Camp highlights internal talent

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Second annual Bluegrass Camp highlights internal talent

August 7, 2014 | Vol. 40, No. 32

Suzanne Ashe / For Petersburg Pilot

Members of a unpretentious rope “Double Rock” perform a Coho Song on Wednesday afternoon during a Blackboard unison in a Middle School Music room. The unison served as a dress operation of sorts, for a dozens musicians and singers who will perform live this week.

Musicians and singers, ages 8 to 18, attending a second annual Bluegrass Camp have been practicing during a center propagandize all week for performances currently and Friday.

Camp Organizer Dan Sullivan and several out-of city song teachers have been operative with students in complete song lessons given Monday.

Performances embody busking-street performances- around city during 3 p.m. today. Small bands will play for change in front of Inga’s Galley, Coastal Cold Storage, a Fabric Basket and other locations.

At 7 p.m. a teachers will perform a unison during Wright Auditorium.

The eventuality will cap with a bluegrass unison featuring all a week’s participants during a Wright Auditorium on Friday during 3 p.m.

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