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Montana Music Institute Recital

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Your chance to see one more recital given by the Montana Music Institute is tomorrow, June 20th, 11:40 AM at Lewis and Clark Middle School.

Organizers of the event are happily celebrating their 30th year of bringing music, along with other untapped talents, to kids of all ages here in the Magic City.

Marian Kale is a pianist and violinist.  Through the MMI, Kale is learning how to play the cello.  She says learning from such experienced teachers is a treat.

She also says it's really cool to see her instructor, along with all the other instructors, show they can play and sing the literature they're teaching the students at the camp.

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