Thanks to EWHS alum, four musicians awarded private music lessons

Kyle Humann with student winners
From left: Students Talli Kimani and Miranda Song, E-W alum and trumpeter Kyle Humann, and students Noah Reid and Celia Shinn.

Four EWHS music students have been awarded the annual Kyle Humann Music Scholarship for free private lessons.

The four will receive free private instruction be used for private music lessons. Humann, a 2005 Edmonds-Woodway High School grad, made a significant donation to the school’s Music Boosters Club, with the goal of providing free private lessons to deserving students.

Students apply and audition for the grant each fall. Two students —  Talli Kimani (piano/saxophone) and Celia Shinn (piano and flute) were selected for eight months worth of lessons. Two runners up — Miranda Song (flute) and Noah Reid (trumpet) will receive two months worth of lessons.

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