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Minetto Students Perform Holiday Concert

Sounds of the season filled the Oswego High School’s Faust Theater for the performing arts recently as Minetto Elementary students took the stage during a holiday concert.

Under the direction of Cameron Edele, Elizabeth Hollers and Heather Sweeting, more than 100 student musicians played and sang a variety of tunes for the audience of friends and family. Vocalists sang seasonal songs such as “Carol of the Bells,” and instrumentalists performed songs like “Jingle Bells” and “Rock the Halls.”

Additional Oswego City School District concerts are slated throughout the month of December to usher in the holiday season. For a calendar of upcoming events, please check out the calendar on our website.
 
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