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My wife and I would like to thank the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra for the wonderful concert it put on Saturday. The musical selections and the musicians were at their usual best. The addition of the actors from the Gainesville Theatre Alliance was a breath of fresh air.

Guest conductor Lauren Green described the orchestra as a "jewel." He is right. Thank you again, Gainesville Symphony Orchestra. We look forward to seeing and hearing you again Dec. 14.

Walter and Linda Sippel
Gainesville

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