By , Mount Vernon News
May 25, 2013, 2:54 pm

Students of the Piano Studio of Jennifer A. Kershner auditioned at the Columbus Guild Center of the National Piano Playing Guild and were accepted to the National Fraternity of Student Musicians. The Guild Auditions have been held across the United States for over 80 years. Over 120,000 pianists of all ages participate, including nearly 1200 students of eighty Guild teachers at the Columbus Guild Center, the largest in the U.S. Students who auditions are, front row, from left, Madison Miller, Laura Lodwick, Paige Wagner and Leah Turner. Back row, from left, Jennifer Kershner, Victoria Risko, Ramey Turner and Miranda Wagner.

 

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Students of the Piano Studio of Jennifer A. Kershner auditioned at the Columbus Guild Center of the National Piano Playing Guild and were accepted to the National Fraternity of Student Musicians. The Guild Auditions have been held across the United States for over 80 years. Over 120,000 pianists of all ages participate, including nearly 1200 students of eighty Guild teachers at the Columbus Guild Center, the largest in the U.S. Students who auditions are, front row, from left, Madison Miller, Laura Lodwick, Paige Wagner and Leah Turner. Back row, from left, Jennifer Kershner, Victoria Risko, Ramey Turner and Miranda Wagner.

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