The talents of young musicians were highlighted at the Homestead Community Concert Scholarship Showcase. Winners and organizers are, from left, front row, Justin Veira, James Leng, Sophia Molina, Esther Chae, and Grace Sievert, and back row, HCC Scholarship Chair Tony Seepersad, and HCC President Ann McAllister. Winner Jacob Mason is not pictured.
The talents of young musicians were highlighted at the Homestead Community Concert Scholarship Showcase. Winners and organizers are, from left, front row, Justin Veira, James Leng, Sophia Molina, Esther Chae, and Grace Sievert, and back row, HCC Scholarship Chair Tony Seepersad, and HCC President Ann McAllister. Winner Jacob Mason is not pictured. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
The talents of young musicians were highlighted at the Homestead Community Concert Scholarship Showcase. Winners and organizers are, from left, front row, Justin Veira, James Leng, Sophia Molina, Esther Chae, and Grace Sievert, and back row, HCC Scholarship Chair Tony Seepersad, and HCC President Ann McAllister. Winner Jacob Mason is not pictured. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Students win Homestead Community Concert Scholarship Competition

May 19, 2016 02:07 PM

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