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IT HAD BEEN pianists, poets and chicken wings at The G. R. The. I. N Store within Nathalia on Wednesday, Mar 29.

The community event integrated a surprise performance where viewers were wowed by the Dutch au pair.

Pianist Sanne de Ruiter serenaded the audience with her overall performance of Questa Notte through Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi.

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‘‘The whole whole night was a fantastic showcase associated with local members of the local community reciting their favourite poetry or playing their preferred piano pieces, ’’ shop curator Ken Wong stated.
‘‘Several, including Gwen Knitter from Echuca, chose the function of Australia’s bard, Holly Lawson, but we were additionally treated to the endearing as well as hilarious original works associated with Nathalia’s bard, Tammy Muir, along with other local poets as well as performers from near and much.
‘‘All of the performers found not guilty themselves beautifully and while Veronica Kelly’s rendition of Someplace over the Rainbow and Madeleine Keil’s version of Roberta Flack’s The First Time Ever I could see Your Face were standouts, Sanne’s unexpected performance was a spectacular surprise package that place the cherry on top of what was an incredibly enjoyable night for all those existing. ’’
The piano, beautifully constructed wording and pizza event is the first in a series of local community performance nights planned throughout the year.
Mr Wong stated it was a great way for the local community to get together and discuss their passion for their preferred art forms.
‘‘It is actually entertainment of the people, for the individuals and by the people, ’’ this individual said.

‘‘And it’s a good deal of fun. ’’

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