On Thursday, October 17 in the Ellen Driscoll Auditorium, CHIME hosted a community recital that featured instrumental solos and group performances by students of all ages. Havens students inclued: Lauren Brenner (piano), Samantha Cheunkarndee (violin), Isabelle Griffis (violin), Zoe Huml (piano) Jessica Liu (piano), Dorothy Nemeth (cello and piano), Lucy Nemeth (violin), Hannah Sullivan (violin), Maggie Sullivan (violin), Jackson Thornborrow (guitar), Juliana Thornborrow (piano) and Eleanor Vo (violin). From Wildwood, first grader and cellist Kasandra Dagnese performed “French Folk Song” with her older sister Gavan and their mother Poppea Dorsam. Wildwood third grader and pianist Parker Long performed “Inter-City Stomp” by Christopher Norton. Four PMS sixth graders performed in a woodwind quartet -- Maggie Black and Natalie Lim on flute and Eliana Bloomfield and Amelia Costello on clarinet -- and PHS 9th grader Mira Cheng played viola. The performers and their families celebrated with hot chocolate and cookies following the recital. CHIME will host another community recital in the spring -- look for an announcement in the school bulletins, the Post, and other local news sources. Questions about CHIME? Visit www.chimeofpiedmont.org.