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Merrimack student earns ‘distinction’ in piano

NASHUA – Divyashri Prasath, of Merrimack, gained a “distinction” for her Level 2 examination given by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music at Darrell’s Music Hall in June.

Divyashri, 9, is a fourth-grade student at Keystone Montessori School in Chelmsford, Mass. She is the daughter of Preetha and Arun Prasath, of Merrimack. ...

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NASHUA – Divyashri Prasath, of Merrimack, gained a “distinction” for her Level 2 examination given by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music at Darrell’s Music Hall in June.

Divyashri, 9, is a fourth-grade student at Keystone Montessori School in Chelmsford, Mass. She is the daughter of Preetha and Arun Prasath, of Merrimack.

Distinction is the highest level of achievement out of eight levels; she achieved Level 1 distinction in December.

The ABRSM, headquartered in London, is the largest international examination board in the world. Divyashri is the student of Marie Mendelow, of Merrimack, a graduate of the board’s program.