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Come Tickle Our Ivories: The Grand finale

The new batch of decorated pianos on Main Street will be unveiled at 5:30 p.m. Friday

Come Tickle Our Ivories Grand Finale

By Mary Miller James

Tomorrow the anticipation will finally be over! The new batch of decorated pianos, stationed outside shops along Main Street in Salisbury, will be unveiled at 5:30 p.m. during Downtown Salisbury’s First Friday Night Out.

Artists this year are students — along with some parents and faculty — from Catawba College, Livingstone College, Hood Theological Seminary, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, North Hills Christian School, Rockwell Christian School and the Rowan County Home School Association.

You’ll be awed by the incredible creativity these schools brought to transform these donated instruments into real works of art! Not only that, but music students from each school, listed here, will be serenading the public on their respective piano for the first hour or so. After that, the pianos are open to the public for play and display, and will remain so for the next five months through September 30. So come and enjoy them… you may discover you’re the next Mozart!

Rockwell Christian School: Students Collin Cape, Raegan Fuller, Griffin Jones, Kaitlyn Losh, Cole McGraw, David Minervan, Hayley Prater, Sophie Sauder, Mary Snow. Seen at Textile Products, 119 N. Main St.

Catawba College: Caleb Garner, senior Theater Arts major. Seen at the Meroney Theater, 213 S. Main St.

North Hills Christian School: Students Rachel Johnson, Josue Nunez, River Peterson, Jenna Plummer, Ethan Wilson, Gabby Wilson. Seen at Sweet Meadow Café, 111 N. Main St.

Rowan County Home School Association: Students Jackson Safrit, Jadyn Safrit, Cheyenne Smith, Madeline Wagoner, Norman Peters. Seen at Creative Teaching Aids, 310 S. Main St.

Livingstone College: Tyvaun James,  freshman Piano major. Seen at The Pedal Factory, 218B-220B S. Main St.

Hood Theological Seminary: Seen at Winsome Hanger, 103 N. Main St.

Rowan Cabarrus Community College: Seen at The Candy Shoppe, 119 S. Main St.

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