The Conservatory of Piano will hold a series of recitals at the historic King Arts Complex, 867 Mount Vernon Ave., in June.

The Conservatory of Piano will hold a series of recitals at the historic King Arts Complex, 867 Mount Vernon Ave., in June.

Nearly 600 students will participate in the recitals, which are free and open to the public. A formal reception follows each recital.

Local students scheduled to perform include Worthington residents Martin Arnold, Max Arnold, Elizabeth Borchers, Michelle Borchers, Steven Borchers, Jillian Cowan, Sayak Shankar Das, Erin Dieringer, Henry Exline, Sophia Exline, Christine George, Zachary Haar, Rachel Hackshaw, Sarah Hackshaw, Stephen Hackshaw, Benjamin Homoelle, Davis Homoelle, George Homoelle, Mary Jo Homoelle, Samuel Homoelle, Akash Jammu, Jashun Jammu, Avery Korn, Greyson Korn, Lachlan Korn, Anusha Krisnaswamy, Vinaya Krishnaswamy, Christina Lee, Laura Lee, Riley Najera, Ben Neiger, Matthew Neiger, Michael Neiger, Anna Obergefell, Andrian Hazen Rajab, Nadia Rajab, Ailis Rees, Ella Rees, Anthony Ricaurte, Lily Romaker, Bridget Saia, Dylan Sedmak, Rachel Small, Darshan Uppal, Divya Uppal and Henry Wang.

For the recital schedule, visit www.conservatoryofpiano.com.