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Hope to see you at Sol-Y-Breath: 14709 Mono Way in the Sears shopping center at 2PM, Sunday, September 23rd for my free recital.

I can't wait to share my favorite classical songs with you, and to talk about what it takes to get to Carnegie hall.

The program lasts for about one hour, and then we get to visit and catch up too.

Thanks to Tully Baker, Van, and Colin for all their help and support.


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