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Family Concert: ‘The Story of the Kitchen Utensils’ presented by Walnut Hill School for the Arts

April 20@10:30 am - 11:15 am

Walnut Hill School for the Arts is presenting a family concert, La Revue de Cuisine “The Story of the Kitchen Utensils,” Thursday, April 20 @10:30am in the Lebowitz Meeting Hall. This program will feature live music and dance, including instruments such as the clarinet, cello, violin, trumpet, bassoon and piano. Families with children ages 4+ are invited to attend and no registration is required.

Performance Personnel
Bohuslav Martinu (1890-1959)   La Revue de Cuisine  (1927)
Violin: Isabel Metz ’26  Alfred Station, NY
Cello: James Palmer ’26 Belle Meade, NJ
Piano: Yurui (Rain) Hou ’23 Shanghai, China
Clarinet: Heidi Chen ’25  Concord, CA
Bassoon:  Ye Sol (Joanna) Yi ’23  Fairfax, VA
Trumpet: Frederick Poor ’23 Natick, MA
Actors: Walnut Hill Theater Department Majors
Cook Pot — Shayla Lopez ’25  Sag Harbor, NY
Cook Lid — Aidan Buck ’25  Arlington, MA
Whisk — Kate Burnham ’26  Lake Oswego, OR
Dishcloth — Noa Evenor ’26  Newton, MA
Broom — Tess Martin ’26  Southborough, MA
Costume designers:  
Cook Pot: Teresa Whitfield ’25  Dedham, MA
Cook Lid: Jonas Stumpf  ’25  Natick, MA
Whisk: Bailey O’Brien ’25  Chestnut Hill, MA
Dishcloth:  Riley Serpa ’25  Winchester, MA
Broom: Vivien (Winter) Qiu ’26 Newton Center, MA  and Langlang (El) Ye ’26 Chapel Hill, NC