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PHOTO GALLERY: String quartet prepares for performance at Missouri Theater

Monday, June 13, 2011 | 8:15 p.m. CDT; updated 12:04 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Siri Geenen practices the viola for the Chamber Music Recital at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.

Members of a string quartet rehearse their performance of selected works originally composed by Duke Ellington. The quartet will join a series of other music ensembles performing at  7 p.m. Monday in the Chamber Music Recital at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts. The recital will be the first installment of the theatre's Hot Summer Nights Music Festival, which will offer 11 concerts through the second week of July.

More information is available at the center's website.

Matthew Pierce and Laura Stout rehearse for their Monday performance at the Missouri Theatre's Center for the Arts' Chamber Music Recital.
Siri Geenen practices Monday in the Missouri Theatre. Geenen is a member of a string quartet that performed works originally composed by Duke Ellington on Monday.
Carrie Dowell, Siri Geenen, Matthew Pierce and Laura Stout rehearse for an empty house Monday. The quartet will perform Monday evening as a part of the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts' Hot Summer Nights Music Festival.

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