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WHAM Accomplishments

On October 10th, 2021, WHAM had its first debut performance at the International Arts Festival in downtown Carmel

On December 20th, 2021, WHAM performed at the renowned Eiteljorg Museum and performed again on the second day

On January 20th, 2022, WHAM performed a solo piece and an original duet arrangement that was played at the IACA Chinese Chinese New Year Banquet

On May 21st, 2022, WHAM performed at Asia Fest, playing two pieces representative of Chinese culture as well as a duet for violin and cello written by WHAM's own Brayden Meng

On September 28th, 2022. WHAM Orchestra had its debut concert at the Palladium and performed original pieces composed by Brayden Meng, Ishaan Singh, and Ankita Dey.

On October 16th, 2022. WHAM went to the State Fairgrounds to perform at the International Festival, performing pieces from American to Cuban and Chinese cultures. The performance was commended by the hosts and WHAM was greeted by fans.

On November 13th, WHAM went to the "Atherton Union fundraiser for Women in Third World Countries" at Butler to perform and participated in other activities alongside the other performing organizations.

On December 4th, 2021, WHAM was invited by the Global Village for their Holiday Bazaar event to perform at the Welcome Center

On December 25th, 2021, WHAM played for a church on Christmas Eve

On March 19th, 2022, WHAM met with the Sphinx Virtuosi at the first stop of their national tour. WHAM was able to hear their performance and play with them, debuting a piece by WHAM president Brayden Meng

On June 1st, 2022, at the Westfield Public Library Summer Reading Program opening day, WHAM performed a mix of Disney, classical, original, and even improvisational pieces

On October 1st, 2022. WHAM was invited to perform at the Grand Reopening of the Carmel Clay Library. WHAM's musicians have shown their wide-ranged music repertoire. 

On November 12th, WHAM performed at the Runway for Riley, fundraising money for the hospital and providing entertainment for the audiences.

TO Be Continued...

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