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Public School 255’s favorite BookPAL, actor Paul Hecht and fellow musicians brought music and poetry to the school as a culmination to National Poetry Month.

Musicians Rosamund Morley, Larry Lipnick and Lisa Terry brought their instruments to introduce the children to the viols family (viola, violin, etc.), and the recorder family (several sizes and sounds). In between the musical stories, Hecht read poetic pieces to the delight of the students and teachers alike.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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