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Letter: Memorial Auditorium is a treasure

I want to encourage area residents to support this wonderful treasure right in your backyard! You are so fortunate to have this beautiful performance space, and the talented staff needed to ensure quality programming and a highly enjoyable theater experience.

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Greetings,

My name is Janie Becker, and I recently had the honor of performing at the Memorial Auditorium in Worthington. In addition to experiencing the beautiful Steinway piano, and the lovely performance space, I had the privilege of working with Tammy Makram and Mark Brodin, an extremely talented duo who have made the Memorial Auditorium a highly successful venue.

I want to encourage area residents to support this wonderful treasure right in your backyard! You are so fortunate to have this beautiful performance space, and the talented staff needed to ensure quality programming and a highly enjoyable theater experience.

There is always something interesting on the calendar, and with the holidays approaching, tickets to an event would be a great gift for those “hard to buy for” people on your gift-giving list!

I also want to thank everyone that attended my piano concert, as well as ‘The Friends of the Auditorium’ for their sponsorship. It was wonderful to reconnect with many friends, relatives and neighbors from the area, and a joy to play for you and showcase the auditorium’s beautiful piano. I do hope you will make my music a part of your everyday life.

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Janie Becker
Chanhassen

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