Revelstoke piano students take the stage

Keystone Ivories held their year-end piano recital on Monday, giving students a chance to show off what they’ve learned throughout the year.

The concert, held at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre, saw 20 students of instructor Jen Eadie take centre stage to perform a wide variety of arrangements, from classical songs to show-tunes and movie themes for supporting family and friends.

Student pianist David Lee plays “Forest Drums” for the crowd gathered at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre. (Nathan Kunz/Revelstoke Review)
Instructor Jen Eadie assists her student Bryn Ellis as she performs Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” (Nathan Kunz/Revelstoke Review)
Student pianist David Lee plays “Forest Drums” for the crowd gathered at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre. (Nathan Kunz/Revelstoke Review)
Student Luke Bell sits beneath the spotlight to perform for the audience. (Nathan Kunz/Revelstoke Review)
Garrett Mohn plays the Gary Jules contemporary song “Mad World” for the crowd at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre. (Nathan Kunz/Revelstoke Review

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