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Winners of Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition perform at recital in Greensburg

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| Sunday, February 12, 2017 6:21 p.m
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Ken Reabe Jr. | For The Tribune-Review
Brian Lee, a Penn Middle School eighth-grader, performs during the 2017 Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition Winners' Recital at Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center in Greensburg. The event was co-presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and Seton Hill University.
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Ken Reabe Jr. | For The Tribune-Review
Harpist Juliana Matteo, a fifth-grade student at Harrison Park Elementary School, performs during the Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition Winners' Recital on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, at Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center in Greensburg. The event was co-presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and Seton Hill University.
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Ken Reabe Jr. | For The Tribune-Review
Soprano Megan Swift, a 10th-grader at Franklin Regional High School, performs during the Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition Winners' Recital on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, at Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center in Greensburg. The event was co-presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and Seton Hill University.
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Ken Reabe Jr. | For The Tribune-Review
Joel Montgomery of Shaler Township performs during the Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition Winners' Recital on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, at Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center in Greensburg. The event was co-presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and Seton Hill University.
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Ken Reabe Jr. | For The Tribune-Review
Juliana Matteo, a fifth-grade student at Harrison Park Elementary School, performs on the harp during the Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition Winners' Recital on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, at Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center in Greensburg. The event was co-presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and Seton Hill University.

Several talented young people from Westmoreland and surrounding counties performed musical numbers Sunday in the annual Tribune-Review Young Artists Competition Winners’ Recital at Seton Hill University.

The 19 musicians played and sang pieces from a classical repertoire. A week earlier, they competed for cash prizes and other performance opportunities, as determined by a three-judge panel.

The recital was co-presented by the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and Seton Hill. The competition is open to classical instrumentalists and vocalists who are residents of Westmoreland or Fayette counties or who take private music lessons in either county and have not yet graduated from high school.

Sunday’s recital at the Seton Hill Performing Arts Center included vocal offerings and performances on the flute, harp, piano, trombone and violin.

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