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Friday Morning Musicale celebrates 114 years

The Friday Morning Musicale is a nonprofit philanthropic and educational organization with a focus on music and the arts.

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The Friday Morning Musicale is a nonprofit philanthropic and educational organization with a focus on music and the arts.

Today (Nov. 13) Friday Morning Musicale of Tampa is celebrating 114 years of sharing its love of music and arts with the community.

The nonprofit philanthropic and educational organization is honoring those who have supported them in achieving their goals of sharing music with the community, as well as encouraging the study of music and the arts.

The inaugural celebration commemorates those who have assisted their efforts in promoting those goals in the Tampa Bay Area.

Throughout the awards celebration, a variety of performers will entertain the audience including jazz singer Denise Moore, modern vocalist Joshua Sussman, a large group of dancers known as the Wimauma Cloggers and Grigorios Zamparas who will perform classical music.

Other performers include the ukulele band, Junction 27 and Junior Friday Morning Musicale members who will be playing the piano and violin.

The event will also serve as a fundraiser with a silent auction where attendees will find a myriad of special treasures.

All the festivities will take place at 809 W Horatio St. from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and is free to the public.

Refreshments and snacks will be available for purchase.

For more information call, (813) 251-1990 or visit, fridaymorningmusicale.com.

Friday Morning Musicale celebrates 114 years 11/11/16 [Last modified: Friday, November 11, 2016 4:59pm]
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