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Children open Oregon Bach Festival.

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The Pacific International Children's Choir kicked off the Oregon Bach Festival on Friday evening with a performance in the lobby of the Hult Center. About 200 children from choirs in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California came together for two days of practice and preparation for performances throughout the weekend. From right to left are Jeremy Rajic (in tuxedo), 13, Lucy Swenson, 10, Alice Del Simone, 10, and Maya Florsheim, 10. The festival continues today and through July 14.

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NICOLE DeVITO / The Register-Guard Children open Oregon Bach Festival The Pacific International Children's Choir kicked off the Oregon Bach Festival on Friday evening with a performance in the lobby of the Hult Center. About 200 children from choirs in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California came together for two days of practice and preparation for performances throughout the weekend. From right to left are Jeremy Rajic (in tuxedo), 13, Lucy Swenson, 10, Alice Del Simone, 10, and Maya Florsheim, 10. The festival continues today and through July 14.
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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Jun 29, 2002
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