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Richmond Music Festival gala concert set for Nov. 24

Richmond Music Fest gala concert

The most outstanding performers at the Richmond Music Festival will perform at a gala concert Saturday, Nov. 24.

The concert will feature musicians selected by festival adjudicators, who’ve been evaluating local music students’ talent this month as part of the annual festival.

The festival is a competitive venue for young music students in piano, voice, strings, guitar and woodwinds. Evaluating the students this year are Joseph Ferretti (piano), Paolo Bortolussi (woodwinds), Robert Rozek (strings), Joe Berarducci (piano), Bruce Vogt (piano), Nikolai Maloff (piano), Diane King (voice) and Bruce Clausen (Guitar).

The gala itself is also a competition, as a panel of three judges will award three top prizes, donated by the Richmond Music Festival and Tom Lee Music.

The gala begins at 7 p.m. at Richmond Chinese Baptist Church, 10311 Albion Rd. Tickets, $10, can be reserved by calling 778-574-0131.

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