DnD celebrates new, larger space
DnD Music Center recently hosted their Grand Reopening and Open House after doubling the size of their existing facilities to include more classrooms, Repair-adise, and sound and video studios.
Julie Clark of Norfolk, a local entertainer who works with Tidewater Arts Outreach, performed for visitors.
The Churchland High School Marching Truckers were on hand to entertain visitors.
Local Performing Talent, Brian Sewell showed off his vocal talent while playing guitar.
DnD Music Teacher and local performing artist, Kevin Brinson, left, and Brian Sewell entertained with their duo stylings.
Celeste Kellogg gave a vocal performance.
Mayor Alan Krasnoff visited with DnD Music co-owner Danielle Gerard celebrating the success of this local business.
Student Maria Lewczyk demonstrated her talents playing flute.
Paige McPherson provided a wonderful vocal performance while playing guitar.
DnD Music co-owner and master guitarist Duncan Wood assisted in the performance of one of his students.
Student Amy Cochran exhibited her skill playing guitar.
Student Anna-Paisley Gray plays piano showed off what she has learned from her time at DnD Music.
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