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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Sedalia Symphony Society Conductor Gwen Kappelman leads the group in “After the Rain” by Susan H. Day Monday night in the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School.
Nicole Cooke | Democrat Sedalia Symphony Society Conductor Gwen Kappelman leads the group in “After the Rain” by Susan H. Day Monday night in the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School.
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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Sedalia Symphony Society Conductor Gwen Kappelman leads the group in “After the Rain” by Susan H. Day Monday night in the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Venessa Rudishina, left, a fourth grader at Heber Hunt Elementary, and Molly Harvey, a sophomore at Smith-Cotton High School, perform “Swedish Rhapsody” by Hugo Alfven, arranged by Merle J. Issac, during Monday’s Sedalia Symphony Society concert.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Miriam Allen, a seventh grader at Smith-Cotton Junior High, and Barbara Schrader perform “Swedish Rhapsody” during Monday night’s Sedalia Symphony Society concert in the Heckart Performing Arts Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Orchestra students in fourth through 12th grades in the Sedalia School District 200 joined the group for two songs during the concert, and the students have been rehearsing the songs for about a month.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Conductor Gwen Kappelman leads the Sedalia Symphony Society, with accompanied by orchestra students from Sedalia School District 200 during Monday’s concert. This is the group’s 79th season.


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