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this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; Gambit?s Foundation for Entertainment Development and Education (FEDE) ? with the help of Musetta, the seductress of Puccini?s La Boheme ? announced winners of awards covering classical arts performances and presentations in 2014, at the 21st annual Tribute to the ...

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Tribute to the Classical Arts winners


Gambit?s Foundation for Entertainment Development and Education (FEDE) ? with the help of Musetta, the seductress of Puccini?s La Boheme ? announced winners of awards covering classical arts performances and presentations in 2014, at the 21st annual Tribute to the Classical Arts Awards at the Hotel Monteleone Jan. 29. In addition to recognizing achievement in classical music, opera and dance, special awards went to Diane Laizer Carney, the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music and Chevron.
??To celebrate the season of love and indulgence, Musetta (played by Sarah Jane McMahon) performed ?Musetta?s Waltz? at the top of the ceremony, pulling unsuspecting men from the audience and twirling them.? [ Read more ]

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