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2013 Fall Voice Recital: Students of David Fuller

All are invited to a delightful evening of vocal music featuring voice students of David Fuller. Mr. Fuller is Fairmount Center for the Arts' Music Director and Coordinator of Liturgical Music at the Church of St. Anselm. Daniel Parvin will be the accompanist for the evening. A reception will be held following the recital. This event is free to the public.

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