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The Music at Messiah classical concert series returns to Messiah Lutheran church this Sunday with the oboe and piano duo of Gary Parks and Ingrid von Spakovsky. Gary and Ingrid stopped by WLRH to talk about the program which features music of Saint-Saens, Albinoni and William Grant Still. The concert is Sunday afternoon (9/24) at four at the church on Highway 72 in Madison. More information is at http://musicatmessiah.org/

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