Wilmette Fine Arts Commission honors Mozart
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 Jul 2009, B2


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The Wilmette Fine Arts Commission presented a Mozart themed program on May 17 at the Wilmette Community Recreation Center featuring pianist Natalie Nedvetsky of Wilmette, the Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra conducted by Wilmette Fine Arts Commission chair Philip Simmons and soloist, Leo Radosavljevic of Wilmette. During the program a recognition award was presented to Mary Ann LaJoie-Sandroff, artistic director of the Center of Creative Dance in Wilmette.

Photograph Pianist Natalie Nedvetsky of Wilmette and her teacher Elaine Felder of Highland park; Three generations of the Radosavljevic family including grandmother Leonida Radosavljevic of Chicago and Leo Radosavljevic of Wilmette, his aunt Eia Radosavljevic of Chicago and is father George Radosavljevic; Philip Simmons of the Wilmette Fine Arts Commission and Mary Ann LaJoie-Sandroff
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16 Jul 2009
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Wilmette Fine Arts Commission
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Wilmette.News.301559
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Wilmette Fine Arts Commission honors Mozart


Full article available at Wilmette Public Library.