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February 3, 2000


LA CROSSE, Wis.—Sunday, Feb. 13, in the Fine Arts Center Recital Hall, the Viterbo College Preparatory School of Arts will present a 2 p.m. recital featuring elementary, middle, and high school music students from La Crosse and surrounding communities.

A wide variety of music will be presented, from classical to modern. Students will perform on piano, flute, violin, viola, and cello and will also perform vocal selections. The recital, which is free and open to the public, will have a reception following the program.

The instructors whose students will be performing are: Mary Kulas, Busya Lugovier, Judy Stafslien, Sr. Marcella Steffes, Pauline Steffes, Karla Wakeen, and Alexandra Wheat.

The Viterbo College Preparatory School of Arts provides quality fine arts instruction that fosters children’s creative and subjective behavior through experience in music, art, and drama. The School is closely associated with the college music department, sharing fine arts faculty and facilities, and striving together to provide students with outstanding cultural and academic opportunities. All students study under the caring guidance of highly trained and dedicated teachers.

For more information about the recitals or the Preparatory School of Arts, please contact Coordinator Judy Stafslien at 608-796-3767 or by email at

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