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Annual Halloween Talent Night Hosted by PV Choir

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Liam Sandt and Lindsey Cooper sing and dance together to

Liam Sandt and Lindsey Cooper sing and dance together to "The Tango: Maureen"

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Liam Sandt and Lindsey Cooper sing and dance together to "The Tango: Maureen"

Katie Mullaney, Staff Editor

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Tonight, 17 acts took the stage to show off their singing, dancing, and instrumental performances coordinated by Pascack Valley’s Choir Director Mrs. Argine Safari.

“Every year, I am amazed at the talent that we have and I think that they cannot top it, but they always do,” Safari said.

Safari also mentioned her excitement over the amount of involvement of clubs with helping the talent show, including The Smoke Signal, PVTV, and the backstage and sound crew.

“I think its the collaborated effort that I am most impressed with,” Safari said. “More students are taking charge and being leaders than ever before.”

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Mr. Anthony Judilla and Sofia Urbaniak sing a Taylor Swift mashup with Areg Safari playing the guitar.

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Gus Koeniges and Olivia Stabile sing a duet to “Dear Insecurity” by Gnash.

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Jason Zeller and his dad, Mr. Paul Zeller, sing “Mrs. Robinson” by Simon & Garfunkel with Mr. Matthew Morone on the guitar and Holly Thoms playing the percussion.

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Alisa Berenshtein plays “Syncopations” by Fritz Kreisler on the violin with Alla Finn on the piano.

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Antonio Fyfe plays “Sonata in A minor K. 149” by Donemico Scarlatti on the piano.

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Aubrey Jackson sings “Sandcastles” by Beyonce with Zana Allajbegu on the piano.

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Marc Maalouf sings “American Idiot” by Green Day while playing the guitar.

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Abby Considine and Isabella Liguori sing along with Amanda Vetterlein and her ukelele to “Winter Things” by Ariana Grande.

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Band members play “More Than a Feeling” by Boston with Angelina Fischkelta and Tanner Marshal on the tenor saxophone, Jeremy Lesserson on the drums, Tara McNiff on the bari saxophone, and Giovanna Moralishvili on the alto saxophone.

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Katie Mullaney, Staff Editor

This is Katie’s second year working on The Smoke Signal! She is in her Junior year and is currently working as a Staff Editor. She is very excited to be taking on a new role of leadership and looks forward to the year ahead.

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