NATCHITOCHES — A mixture of vocal and instrumental performances were presented during a student recital Sept. 25 in the recital hall of the Center for Performance and Technology at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.

Performers included Sydney Sorbet, a sophomore from Covington; Kathy Barrios, a senior from Houma; Hannah Hauptman, a junior from Denham Springs; Garett Byrne, a senior from Walker; Christopher Comeaux, a junior from Covington; Caroline Koonce, a junior from Baton Rouge; Jonas Truax, a junior from Denham Springs; Hannah Rice, a senior from Mandeville; Julian Hunter, a senior from Lafayette; and Juan Cecchini, a junior from Denham Springs.

Hauptman played “Nocturno, Op 7” on the horn.

Byrne played “Non piu andrai” from “Le Nozze di Fagaro” on the horn.

Koonce, soprano, sang “Kindergarten Boyfriend” from “Heathers: The Musical.”

Truax and Byrne played “Reasonableness Standard” on the trombone.

Hunter played trumpet, Cecchini played horn, Truax played tenor trombone and Garett Byrne played bass trombone on “Down to the River to Pray.”

All performers were accompanied by Charles Jones, senior lecturer of piano at LSMSA.

The student recital was coordinated by Al Benner, senior lecturer of instrumentals, theory and composition and chair of the Department of Creative and Performing Arts, and Lisa Benner, senior lecturer of voice and chorale.