Largo High School’s Fine Arts Department is being recognized by the GRAMMY Recording Academy Washington, DC Chapter for its outstanding work in the area of the Arts. The school received a GRAMMY trophy and a two-thousand dollar award. That was enough to help purchase eight new electric pianos for the school. The school’s, choir, band, and dance programs will perform a special concert Wednesday, April 12th at 2:15pm for the community to showcase their talent. WHUR got a special sneak preview as the students showed us why they are indeed GRAMMY Winners!!!
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