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Piano institute hosts concert

Several of the 15 students at the fifth annual Gold Country Piano Institute will be highlighted Sunday in a free concert at Miners Foundry Cultural Center.

All the institute’s students will be featured at a June 24 concert.

This year’s students include two Japanese girls; two young Croatian men; a Polish woman; a Russian studying piano in England; Illinois, Indiana, Los Angeles, Santa Cruz and Vancouver youth; and Nevada County eighth-grader Jordan Thomas Rose.

The instructors are from Poland, Vancouver and Chicago. Local families hosting teachers and participants include Chris and Bill Newsom, Michael and Cheri Flannigan, Dale and Diane Jacobson, Richard and Lucy Drace, Steve and Joanne De Sena, Julie Cobden and Carl Ostrom.

Both concerts begin at 7 p.m.

The Foundry is at 325 Spring St. in Nevada City.

Call 478-0315 for more information.

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