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Many made Requiem possible

Posted: May 15, 2013 - 4:52pm

A huge round of applause to the triumvirate that made the Brahms Requiem possible: Mark Robinson, choral director, teacher, conductor; JulieAnn Smith in Homer or Maria Allison in Kenai, patient, professional pianists; and master of logistics and detail, Laura Norton.

A round of applause also to the members of the Kenai Peninsula Orchestra who magnificently joined the choir in this event.

Additional appreciation to The Homer Foundation for their grant; to Mich Michener, manager of the Mariner Theatre, and Tim Elder, manager of KCHS;  and to the news outlets: KGTL/KWAVE; KBBI; the Homer News, the Homer Tribune, the Peninsula Clarion and the Redoubt Reporter. Finally, applause to our audience. It was a joy to see you there.

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