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Firenze Sextet
Firenze Sextet

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AIR DATE: February 1, 2011

Six female string players have teamed up to be a classical music powerhouse. The women also play in show orchestras on the Strip, including "The Lion King" and "Phantom of the Opera." Join us, as the Firenze Quartet pays tribute to classical music with a special performance, and the musicians explain why (after a career of show tunes) they decided Vegas needed a classical sextet.

The Firenze Sextet plays at the Winchester Cultural Center on Saturday, Feb. 5, at 2 p.m.

GUESTS
Moonlight Tran, cellist
Lindsey Springer, cellist
Rebecca Ramsey, violinist
Gerri Thompson, violinist
Hanna Suko, violist
Tiana Harjo, violist
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    I loved both this and the other musical segment today.
    Aunty PalinJan 29, 2011 13:19:56 PM
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