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Friday, January 13, 2012
Today At 92Y: An Afternoon Of Free Concerts!

Lupa Poliak performs Beethoven Sonata No. 7, 1st movement

Join us for an afternoon of free concerts at 92nd Street Y.  At 2 pm in the Weill Art Gallery, Luba Poliak will perform works by J. S. Bach, B. Bartok, M. Ravel, R. Schumann and C. Debussy. Ms. Poliak is a 92Y School of Music Faculty member who offers private instruction for adults and children.

Then at 5:30 pm, again in the Weill Art Gallery, School of Music students will perform in the Young Artists in Recital series. We welcome friends, family and the community to attend these concerts which are always free. Hope to see you soon!

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