Black Women : "SugarStrings"

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    http://sugarstrings.com/Home_Page.html
    ABOUT SUGARSTRINGS



    SugarStrings emerged from the developing artistry of three talented cousins: Adé Williams (14, violin), Ayanna Williams (19, cello), and Mira Williams (13, viola/violin). In 2004, they performed their first piece, “Canon in D” by Pachelbel, for their grandmother's church. Soon requests to perform began to pour in, and SugarStrings was born. Other talented young musicians have also performed with the cousins....
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    Adé Williams, 14, is violinist for the group...

    Mira Williams, 13, plays violin and viola with SugarStrings...


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    Ayanna Williams
    , 19, plays cello for SugarStrings....




     
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    How wonderful. I will always support the arts, true musical talent and *REAL* music.

    >>sighs wistfully<<
    I've always wanted to play strings. Ok - not always.... Maybe, within the last 3 years?
    *laugh*
    My hats off to these little girls, because I flat-out lack the discipline that I once had to sit there and, literally, practice for hours. It's cool though.
    Hopefully, my children will have a musical talent. Then, I can go about re-living vicariously through them....
    *laugh*

    The cello is such a...forlorn but beautiful sounding instrument, y'know?