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Xavier Classical Piano Series

Emmi MacIntyre
2:30 p.m., Sunday February 10 | $3-$15.

  American pianist Thomas Tirino has dedicated much of his career to celebrating the music of Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona. At Xavier, his performance will include numbers from the Cuban's musician's hit songs like Siboney, Malaguena or The Breeze and I.



Where: Gallagher Student Center Theatre
Phone: 513-745-3801
Address: Xavier University Campus, 3800 Victory Parkway
Website: www.xavier.edu/musicseries

Gallagher Student Center Theatre

Xavier University Campus, 3800 Victory Parkway
Evanston, Ohio
45207
 
College theater and home to Xavier University Players, (www.xu.edu/student_life/players).
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