Nativity School students perform at Carnegie Hall

Georgia Sims and Fiona Saunders

Local residents Georgia Sims and Fiona Saunders, who are fourth grade students at The Nativity School in Rancho Santa Fe, performed May 27 at New York City’s legendary Carnegie Hall  with the North Coast Singers, a select children’s chorus.  Along with other members of both the North Coast Singers and the La Jolla Symphony Chorus, Georgia and Fiona performed Benjamin Britten’s “Spring Symphony” conducted by David Chase.

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