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In collaboration with the Peabody Institute through the generous support of Dr. Shirley S.L. Yang
Please join us for a “Wednesday’s at Weinberg” performance by Peabody students who will present a varied program, spanning five centuries of music for lute and guitar.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 28th
12- 1 PM
WHERE: Weinberg Ceremonial Lobby
The performers are lutenists Anthony Harvey and Brian Kay and guitarists Mark Edwards and Jaan Rannick, known as Duo Burlesco. Soprano Nola Richardson will also perform, accompanied by Kay.
A question and answer session will follow the performance
The Art of Healing Performing Art Series is an ongoing program of The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, made possible with generous support from the Emmert Hobbs Foundation, Inc.
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