Music Medicine Project: Parts 6 & 7 (VIDEO)

May 29, 2020

Today, please enjoy the creations of two middle school music students, three high school music students, and two alumni of Cairo-Durham CSD.

Learn more about Mrs. Clermont's Music Medicine Project.

Neera Halvorsen (7th grade)

Neera plays “Skip to My Lou” on the keyboard:

Kaitlyn Peterson (8th grade)

Kaitlyn sings part of “Die From a Broken Heart” by Maddie and Tae:

Lauren Coletti (9th grade)

Lauren sings part of “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars:

James Mutinsky (10th grade)

James plays part of “Danny Boy” on his tenor saxophone:

Kyra Byrne (10th grade)

Kyra sings “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus:

Katie LeSuer (Cairo-Durham Class of 2008)

Cairo-Durham graduate Katie LeSuer is a professional performer and choreographer who is seen here tapping and singing at the end of her performance in Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors” at the Great River Shakespeare festival in Minnesota:

Sophie Estep (Cairo-Durham Class of 2016)

Cairo-Durham graduate Sophie Estep is a graduate of Syracuse University who is seen here playing and singing with the Syracuse University Band. While Sophie did not major in Music, she did pursue a Performance minor. She spent the last four years performing with the SU Marching Band and Pep Band and said “it was truly the greatest choice of my college career because (every single day) I was able to create and learn.”