Del Mar Pines’ Spring Sing

Kindergarten

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Del Mar Pines School recently highlighted students’ musical talents with its annual Spring Sing performance.  This year’s theme, “Two for Tunes,” explored a wide array of music written through collaboration or sung as duets.

Students enjoy showing off all they have learned throughout the year in their weekly music classes with Mona Goetsch.  Del Mar Pines is a small, nurturing, academic private school located in Carmel Valley for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.

For more information visit www.delmarpines.com.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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