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LA CROSSE, Wis.— An evening of music will be presented by several Viterbo faculty members in the Fine Arts Center Recital Hall on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. to raise funds for the Preparatory School of Arts Scholarship fund.

Tickets are not needed but a free will offering will be accepted at the door the evening of the concert. The scholarship helps students studying music at Viterbo who might not otherwise be able to afford tuition and fees.

Faculty members from the Preparatory School of Arts, the Viterbo College Music Department and other areas will perform an instrumental and vocal array of classical music both in solo and ensemble formats.

Performers from the Preparatory School of Arts include: Mary Kulas, Bradley Lebakken, Busya Lugovier, Carol Rhodes, Judy Stafslien, S. Marcella Steffes, FSPA, and Karla Wakeen. Performers from the Viterbo Music Department include: Jerry Benser, Diane Foust, Daniel Johnson-Wilmot, Jean Saladino, and Timothy Schorr. Other Viterbo faculty featured include: Earl Madary and Dean Witz.


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