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For love of the piano

Rebecca Penneys laughs with her students during a technique class during the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival at USF on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in Tampa. The Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival is tuition-free for all students and hosted by USF. According to the festival's website, "The purpose of the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival is to understand and encourage the uniqueness of each studentÕs talents and career goals." The festival runs from July 16-August 1, 2014. There are also free concerts throughout the festival. For more information on the festival, go to http://rebeccapenneyspianofestival.org.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Rebecca Penneys laughs with her students during a technique class during the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival at USF on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in Tampa. The Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival is tuition-free for all students and hosted by USF. According to the festival's website, "The purpose of the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival is to understand and encourage the uniqueness of each studentÕs talents and career goals." The festival runs from July 16-August 1, 2014. There are also free concerts throughout the festival. For more information on the festival, go to http://rebeccapenneyspianofestival.org.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Rebecca Penneys laughs with students in a technique class Tuesday during the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival at the University of South Florida in Tampa. The festival is tuition-free and is hosted by USF. A mixture of traditional and innovative classes, lessons and concerts, plus reams of practice time, are part of the event that hopes to "encourage the uniqueness of each student's talents and career goals." The piano fest runs through Aug. 1. It includes free concerts by "distinguished guest pedagogues." For all the details, go to rebeccapenneyspianofestival.org.

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