Joshua Morrison/News Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students. Here, Jasion McClendon and Megumi Nishimori perform in the finale, “Bugle Boy.”

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Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students. Here, Jasion McClendon and Megumi Nishimori perform in the finale, “Bugle Boy.”

 

Joshua Morrison/News Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students. Here, Megumi Nishimori  and Jasion McClendon perform a piece from "Swan Lake."
Joshua Morrison/News Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students. Here, Megumi Nishimori  and Jasion McClendon perform a piece from "Swan Lake."
Joshua Morrison/News Jacob Beasley with BalletMet, performs at the Memorial Theater on Wednesday.

 

Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students.  From left, Jaison McClendon, Isabel Macgill, Jacob Beasley, Lauren Kot, Bailey Shaw and Megumi Nishimori perform “Bugle Boy”
Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students.  From left, Isabel Macgill, Lauren Kot, Bailey Shaw, Jacob Beasley, Jaison McClendon and Megumi Nishimori perform “Bugle Boy”
Seven hundred Knox County fourth-graders were treated to a performance from BalletMet Thursday at the Memorial Theater. The performance, part of the Youth Enrichment Series of concerts, introduced choreography, language and of course dancing to the students.  From left, Isabel Macgill, Lauren Kot, Bailey Shaw, Jacob Beasley, Jaison McClendon and Megumi Nishimori perform “Bugle Boy”

 

 

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