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>Contact: William W. Jenney
>                Regional Historic Site Administrator
>                802-672-3773; [log in to unmask]
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>September 6, 2005
>
>Piano Concert at Coolidge Historic Site
>
>PLYMOUTH NOTCH, Vt. - Noted pianists Abigail Charbeneau and Catharine Dornin
>will perform at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site on
>Saturday, September 24 at 2:00 p.m.  Their 45 minute program includes duets
>by Mozart, Brahms and Lecuona.
>
>      Both musicians currently teach at the Concord Community Music School
>and St. Paul's School in Concord, NH.  Abigail Charbeneau is a native of
>Woodstock, VT and graduated with a M.M. degree in piano performance &
>pedagogy from the University of Illinois.  She has studied with Pola
>Baytelman, William Heiles, and Arkady Aronov, and has served on the faculty
>of Milliken University (IL) and the University of Illinois.  Catherine
>Dornin is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory and has been a facility member
>at Hochstein and Pittsfield community music schools and Notre Dame College.
>A past president of the New Hampshire Music Teachers Association, she
>debuted at Carnegie Hall in 1990 and is associated with several regional
>music organizations.
>
>      Charbeneau and Dornin will perform three pieces: Mozart's Sonata in D
>major, Brahms' Waltzes, Op. 39, and Lecuona's Malaguena.  They will play on
>the famous "Grace Coolidge piano" in the Visitor Center at the President
>Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site.  This Baldwin grand piano was given to
>First Lady Grace Coolidge when she was at The White House and was the first
>piano ever flown in an airplane.
>
>      The recital is free and open to the public.  Seating is limited, so
>please come early.  This event is one of many special programs organized
>this season by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation at the
>State-Owned Historic Sites.  For further information, call the President
>Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, 802-672-3773, or visit our website at
>www.HistoricVermont.org/Coolidge <http://www.HistoricVermont.org/Coolidge>
>
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>John P. Dumville
>Historic Sites Operations Chief
>Vermont Division for Historic Preservation
>National Life Building, Drawer 20
>Montpelier, Vermont  05620-0501
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