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Mezzo-soprano Sandra Piques Eddy in recital

Invitation: Mezzo-soprano Sandra Piques Eddy, featured artist at the Living Music Institute, presents a public recital, with a master class following.

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Sandra Piques Eddy, accomplished Mezzo-soprano and this year's featured artist at the Living Music Institute, will perform a recital for the public with a master class to follow.  The recital begins at 7:30 in Nutt Auditorium on Saturday, January 19th.  Tickets are available at UM Box Office.

The Living Music Institute is an aria-intensive workshop that draws students from around the country and Canada.  The institute is part of Living Music Resource, a multi-faceted program that adds to vocal students' education by offering training in areas that will make them more marketable no matter where they go after graduation. 

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