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    Wednesday, July 28
    12:00pm Virtual Lobby
    12:30-1:45pm Welcome & Plenary Keynote
    Welcome | Jennifer Snow

    Plenary Keynote Teaching the Musicians Who Will Change the World | Karen Zorn
    What if we saw in every music student the potential to change the world? How might that perspective change the way we view our students and how we teach? If we say that the world needs music now more than ever, how do we prepare our students to address that need? Imagine a fresh take on the role of musicians in society and explore the educational approaches that may enable students of every level to make a difference.
    2:00-2:50pm Presentations
    2:00-2:50pm | Panel Presentation
    Parents, Pianists, and Pedagogues: Prioritizing Self-Care During a Pandemic | Laura Amoriello, Sara Ernst, Andrea McAlister, Lesley McAllister, and Paola Savvidou
    2:00-2:50pm | Panel Presentation
    Keys to Inclusion: Reimagining the Piano Canon | Brian Hsu, Sun Min Kim, Daniel Pesca, Sonya Schumann, and Susan Tang
    2:00-2:50pm | Presentation
    Dueling Duos of Another Gender | Bonnie Choi
    2:00-2:50pm | Presentation
    The Social Impact of a Socio-Cultural Piano Group Project in Brazil | Cheisa Goulart and Maria Luisa Avello
    2:00-2:50pm | Presentation
    Go Forward and Make Beautiful Music | Spencer Myer
    2:00-2:50pm | Presentation
    Promoting Students' Creativity: A Linear Approach to Piano Harmony and Texture | Christos Tsitsaros
    2:00-2:25pm | Presentation
    Building Community Through Chamber Music | Andrea Merrill
    2:25-2:50pm | Presentation
    Moving Your Ensemble Online: Remote Teaching of Piano Duet and Concerto Literature for the Intermediate Level | Hye Jee Jang
    2:00-2:50pm | Lecture Recital
    Does One Size Fit All? Interpreting Ragtime Piano | Glenn Utsch
    2:00-2:25pm | Lecture Recital
    Piano Sonatas by Twentieth-Century Soviet Female Composers | Helena Hyesoo Kim
    2:25-2:50pm | Lecture Recital
    Toward an Inclusive Piano Repertoire from the Classic Period: The Music of Marianna Martines and Maria Hester Park | Olga Kleiankina and Kristen Turner
    2:00-2:50pm | Interactive Workshop
    Who's That? Creating a New Standard Repertoire | Artina McCain
    2:00-2:25pm | Interactive Workshop
    Online Piano Lessons for Young Beginners | Rebecca Pennington
    2:25-2:50pm | Interactive Workshop
    Teaching Composition to Young Beginners | Christopher Oill
    2:00-2:50pm | Keyboard Lab
    The Blues: A Colorful Framework for Igniting Creativity | Leila Viss
    3:00-3:30pm Break / Networking / Poster Launch / Discussion Pods
    3:30-4:30pm Exhibit Hall / Visit with an Expert
    4:30-5:20pm Presentations
    4:30-5:20pm | Panel Presentation
    Creating Piano Recital Programs for a More Diverse Tomorrow! | Penny Lazarus, Lynn Worcester Jones, Sally Ritchie, and Sue Ruby
    4:30-5:20pm | Panel Presentation
    Innovative Intermediate Piano Music from Latin America | University of Memphis MTNA
    4:30-5:20pm | Presentation
    How Our Brains Learn Best: Surprising Practice Tips We Tend to Avoid | Barbara Fast
    4:30-5:20pm | Presentation
    All I Need to Know (about Teaching and Performing) I Learned from Early Childhood Music | Linda M. Fields
    4:30-5:20pm | Presentation
    Absolutely! Pathways to Expression and Artistry for Special Learners | Scott Price
    4:30-5:20pm | Presentation
    Mozart and Performance Practice: What the Fortepiano Can Teach Us | Luis Sanchez
    4:30-4:55pm | Presentation
    Teaching Little Hands: Building Three-Dimensional Piano Technique from the Beginning | Fred Karpoff
    4:55-5:20pm | Presentation
    Applying Video Modeling and Motor Imagery to Remote Piano Lessons: Creative and Practical Approaches to Enhance Piano Technique | Huiyun Liang
    4:30-4:55pm | Research Track
    Loud and Clear: Looking at Piano Pedagogy and Female Composers Through an Intersectional Lens | Olivia Adams
    4:55-5:20pm | Research Track
    Music and Empathy: Ambassadors for Tomorrow | Susan Bruckner
    4:30-5:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Chopin’s Polonaise Fantasy: A Love Story Expressed Through Song and Dance | Carol Leone
    4:30-5:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Bach to Black: Piano Suites by J.S. Bach, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and James Lee III | Rochelle Sennet
    4:30-5:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    Migraine-Free Management: Operating an Independent Studio with Less Stress | Clinton Pratt
    4:30-5:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    Create to Motivate! Giving the Gift of Musical Ownership | Chee-Hwa Tan
    4:30-5:20pm | Keyboard Lab
    Creating Multi-Level Duets and Ensembles from Standard Piano Repertoire | Paul Myatt
    5:30-6:30pm Break / Networking / Discussion Pods
    6:30-7:45pm PEDx
           Carol Johnson
           Brittany Maier
           Leila Viss
    8:00-9:00pm Evening Concert, Anne-Marie McDermott

    Schedule subject to change without notice.
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    Thursday, July 29
    10:30-11:20am Showcases
    10:30-11:50am Exhibit Hall
    12:00-1:00pm Plenary Keynote, Afa Dworkin
    Plenary Keynote Breaking The Sound Barrier: Prioritizing Representation in Classical Music | Afa Dworkin
    President and Artistic Director of the Sphinx Organization, Afa S. Dworkin, will share her personal story of building diversity in the sector as an arts leader and educator. The talk will include lessons of inspiration from artists, composers, and leaders, as Afa makes the case for diversity in performance, programming, mentorship, and cultural entrepreneurship.
    1:00-1:30pm Posters / Exhibit Hall
    1:30-1:55pm Presentations
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Why Can’t We Be Friends? Informal Music Learning and Pop Pedagogy for Classical Teachers | Kate Acone
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Finding Opportunity in Times of Change | David Cartledge
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    In the Key of Now: 21st-Century Ways to Teach 19th-Century Concepts | Karen Gerelus
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    How to Implement a Video Lesson Library in Your Studio | Joseph Harkins
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Pianist, Heal Thyself!—Developing and Maintaining Healthy Practice Habits | James Litzelman
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Raag-time: Incorporating Non-Western Musical Traditions | Omar Roy
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Kaleidoscope Career: Adaptive Strategies for Teaching Students Interested in the Music Industry | Andy Villemez
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Persona: a utilização de fantoches como recurso lúdico-afetivo nas aulas de piano (Persona: The Use of Puppets as a Ludic-Affective Resource in Piano Lessons) | Vanessa Bormann
    1:30-1:55pm | Lecture Recital
    Intermediate and Early-Advanced Piano Gems by Florence Price | Cole Burger
    1:30-1:55pm | Interactive Workshop
    Baroque Basics: Improvising Ornamentation with Intermediate and Advanced Piano Students | Curtis Pavey
    1:30-1:55pm | Interactive Workshop
    The Powerful Pedagogy 3Ps—Prepare, Present, Practice | Janet Tschida
    2:00-2:30pm Break / Networking / Social Events / Discussion Pods
    2:30-3:20pm Presentations
    2:30-3:20pm | Panel Presentation
    Advocating Musicians’ Health for ALL: Educating Teachers on Essential Information to Ensure Every Student a Lifetime of Healthy Music Making | Gail Berenson, Linda Cockey, and Charles Turon
    2:30-3:20pm | Panel Presentation
    Collaborating via Technology | Panel led by Alexandra Nguyen
    2:30-3:20pm | Presentation
    Teaching Chopin From Early Intermediate Through Advanced: Same Concepts Just a Lot Harder! | Ingrid Clarfield
    2:30-3:20pm | Presentation
    Special Needs and Creativity: Improvisation as a Blueprint for Learning | Scott Price
    2:30-2:55pm | Presentation
    Piano Music by Female Composers and Composers of Color: Selections for Elementary to Early-Advanced Levels | Jenna Klein
    2:55-3:20pm | Presentation
    Florence Price: Underrepresented Repertoire for Pianists of All Levels | Shannon Wettstein-Sadler
    2:30-2:55pm | Presentation
    Teaching Expressive Playing Through the Use of Words and Singing | Margarita Denenburg
    2:55-3:20pm | Presentation
    No Student is an Island: Integrating Collaborative Piano Pedagogy into Your Studio | Lauren Koszyk and Adam Salas
    2:30-2:55pm | Research Track
    Self-Monitoring of Muscle Tone during Piano Practice | Maria Hordynskyj Holian
    2:55-3:20pm | Research Track
    Using Performance Cues as a Memorization Strategy with Group Piano Students by Implementing Teacher and Student-Directed Learning Approaches | Maria Eduarda Lucena Vieira
    2:30-2:55pm | Presentation | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    O primeiro repertório para piano: As Sonatas de Giustini (The First Repertoire for Piano: The Giustini Sonatas) | Bernardo Scarambone
    2:55-3:20pm | Lecture Recital | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Danzas Fantásticas, Op. 22 de Joaquín Turina: construindo a performance para piano solo a partir de sua orquestração (Danzas Fantásticas, Op. 22 by Joaquín Turina: The Performance for Solo Piano Based on His Orchestration) | Diego Caetano
    2:30-3:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Music and Nationhood | Catherine Kautsky
    2:30-2:55pm | Lecture Recital
    Debussy’s Affair with the Gamelan: GAME-Land No. 5 for Piano, Playing Hand, Voice, Kemanak, and Javanese Gong-Ageng by Slamet Abdul Sjukur (1935-2015) | Cicilia Yudha
    2:55-3:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Rebalancing the Scales: A Renewed Look at the Solo Piano Music of Agathe Bäcker-Grøndahl | Kristin Taylor
    2:30-3:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    Rhythm Without the Blues: Have a Blast Teaching Rhythm in 45 Minutes | Beth Sussman
    2:30-3:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    Time to Unmute: Adapting Cooperative Learning Activities for Hybrid and Virtual Group Piano Labs | John Patrick Murphy and Todd Van Kekerix
    2:30-3:20pm | Lightning Talks
    Building Community/Overcoming Distance: 2021 NCKP Virtual Piano Ensemble | Laura Silva
    Bridging the Divide Through Non-Traditional Collaboration | Eneida Larti
    How Private Music Teachers Can Contribute to Equity in Music Education | Natalie Burton
    Pandemic or Not-Online Lessons for All! | Ivan Hurd
    Building Community in the Virtual Environment | Lucy Chen
    An Entrepreneurial Blueprint for the Twenty-First Century Musician | Shitong Sigler
    Arts Entrepreneurship 101: Six Steps to Make Your Creative Ideas Come to Life | Brianna Matzke
    3:30-4:30pm Plenary Concert, Shani Diluka
    4:45-5:30pm Teaching Demo
    5:30-6:00pm Break / Exhibit Hall / Networking / Discussion Pods / Social Events
    6:00-6:50 Showcases
    7:00-8:15pm PEDx
           Peter Dugan
           William Chapman Nyaho
           Yael Weiss
    8:30pm Evening Concert, Garrick Ohlsson

    Schedule subject to change without notice.
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    Friday, July 30
    10:30-11:20am Showcases
    10:30-11:50am Exhibit Hall
    12:00-1:00pm Plenary Keynote, Joseph Conyers
    Plenary Keynote Music— A Tool for Good | Joseph Conyers
    Music inspires us to reach the highest of artistic heights. However, are we as musicians harnessing the full power of music's potential? "Music - A Tool For Good" addresses the many ways music can be used beyond the stage to bring hope and light to an oftentimes chaotic world.
    1:00-1:30pm Posters / Exhibit Hall
    1:30-1:55pm Presentations
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    How to Run a Piano Conservatory—Online! | Emily Ezola
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Getting To It and Positive Actions: The Most Important, Most Forgotten Practice Tips | Barbara Fast
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    From Index Cards to iPads: Pedagogy in a Changing World | Meg Gray
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Not Playing Around: Toy Pianos and Their Creative Potential in the Studio | Grace Huang
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Should Folk Songs in Group Piano Be Scrapped? | Jeriel Jorguenson
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Learning Through Imagery: A Multi-Sensory Approach for Successful Outcomes | Eneida Larti
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Designing an Effective Collegiate Sight-Reading Course | Brian Marks
    1:30-1:55pm | Presentation
    Tonal or Spectral? An Alternative "Aural Skills" Workshop for Pianists | Yannis Rammos
    1:30-1:55pm | Lecture Recital
    Lost Gems: Piano Music of Bolivia | Walter Aparicio
    1:30-1:55pm | Interactive Workshop
    All the World's a Stage: Teaching Confident Performance Presentation through Acting | Andrea Johnson
    1:30-1:55pm | Interactive Workshop
    Score Study Experts: Using Conductors’ Techniques to Enhance Audiation, Gesture, Understanding, and Conceptualization in the Private Piano Lesson | Anna Beth Rucker
    1:30-1:55pm | Interactive Workshop
    The Secret Ingredient of Your Technique: The Pelvis! | Anna Siampani
    2:00-2:30pm Break / Networking / Social Events / Discussion Pods
    2:30-3:20pm Presentations
    2:30-3:20pm | Panel Presentation
    What If You Came First? Self-Care for Teachers in Turbulent Times | Laura Amoriello, Vanessa Cornett-Murtada, and Jessica Johnson
    2:30-3:20pm | Panel Presentation
    Evaluation Insights | Asher Armstrong, Maria Case, Sara Ernst, Janet Lopinski, and Stephen Pierce
    2:30-3:20pm | Presentation
    Links Between Music and Language | Sean Hutchins
    2:30-3:20pm | Presentation
    Mindful Movement: Applying Yogic Principles to Preschool, Adolescent, and Senior Music Lessons | Lesley McAllister
    2:30-3:20pm | Presentation
    Diversifying Piano Repertoire: Exploring Piano Music by Composers of Africa and the African Diaspora | William Chapman Nyaho
    2:30-2:55pm | Research Track
    Reach, Connect, and Heal: Online Piano Teaching of Adult Hobbyists | Carla Davis Cash, Laura Lennis Cortés, and Qin Ling
    2:55-3:20pm | Research Track
    Reaching Digital Native Music Majors: Pedagogy for Undergraduate Group Piano in the 21st Century | Rachel D. Hahn
    2:30-2:55pm | Presentation | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Danzas y ritmos ecuatorianos: estrategias para la enseñanza pianística (Ecuadorian Dances Rhythms: Strategies for Piano Teaching) | Angelica Maria Sanchez
    2:55-3:20pm | Panel Presentation| Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Obras latinoamericanas para piano a cuatro manos: etapas Iniciales (Latin American Works for Piano Four Hands: Initial Stages) | Mariana Garrotti, Ana Paula Oyola, Beatriz Yacante, and Andrea Zanni
    2:30-3:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Voices Silenced: Piano Music of Composers Killed in the Holocaust | Hannah Creviston
    2:30-2:55pm | Lecture Recital
    가위 ("Scissors") Fantasia Toccata: An Unexpected Inspiration | April Kim
    2:55-3:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Brooklyn’s Post-Millennial Mozart: Missy Mazzoli | Christina Lai
    2:30-3:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    Boomers on Eurhythmics | Jackie Edwards-Henry
    2:30-2:55pm | Interactive Workshop
    A Year of Experimentation: Piano Studio as a Place of Belonging, Engagement, and Ownership | Jihea Hong-Park
    2:55-3:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    MusicLink and its 25-Year Legacy: The Significance of Music in the Lives of Disadvantaged Students | Joanne Haroutounian
    2:30-3:20pm | Keyboard Lab
    How to Approach Jazz and Pop for a Classical Teacher | Christopher Norton
    2:30-3:20pm | Lightning Talks
    Got Rhythm? Establishing Habits for Long-Term Wellness | Esther Hayter
    Beethoven Editions: Do We Need So Many Choices? | Bonnie Choi
    Introducing Alicia’s Piano Books by Indonesian Composer Ananda Sukarlan | Karen Kai Yuan Yong
    Teaching 20th-Century Intermediate Repertoire in Changing Meter | Jinkyung Kim
    Teaching Mixed Meter and Suggested Intermediate-Level Repertoire | Mengyu Song
    From the Known to the Unknown: The Lego Blocks of the Sight-Reading Skill | Ricardo Pozenatto
    All the Feels About Open-Score Sight Reading | Kathryn Sherman
    3:30-4:30pm Plenary Concert, Isata Kanneh-Mason
    4:45-5:30pm Teaching Demo
    5:30-6:00pm Break / Exhibit Hall / Networking / Discussion Pods / Social Events
    6:00-6:50 Showcases
    7:00-8:15pm PEDx
           Shani Diluka
           Anne-Marie McDermott
           Melissa Martiros
    8:30pm Evening Concert, Peter Dugan

    Schedule subject to change without notice.
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    Saturday, July 31
    10:30-11:20am Showcases
    10:30-11:50am Exhibit Hall
    12:00-1:00pm Plenary Keynote, Gary McPherson
    Plenary Keynote Recalibrating Our Teaching to Accomodate Young Musicians' Psychological Needs | Gary McPherson
    This presentation shows how teachers can recalibrate their teaching by designing learning environments that focus on the types of psychological needs that provide the nutrients for students to thrive. The toolkit of strategies proposed aim to enable teachers to position themselves to take on a much broader and more impactful role as individuals who are able to inspire their students and impact on their love of music.
    1:00-1:30pm Posters / Exhibit Hall
    1:30-1:55pm Presentations
    1:30-2:20pm | Panel Presentation
    Uncovering Hidden Voices: Exploring Piano Works by Black Women Composers in the Helen Walker-Hill Collection | Bryan Chuan, Anastasiia Pavlenko, Angela Schmitt, Elizabeth Smith, and Elizabeth Strickland
    1:30-2:20pm | Panel Presentation
    NEW to the Job! Reflections, Advice, and Professional Strategies from Recently-Hired Collegiate Faculty | Margarita Denenburg, Ivan Hurd, Andrea Johnson, and Todd Van Kekerix
    1:30-2:20pm | Presentation
    Bringing Your Online Teaching to the Next Level: Using OBS Studio and Creative/Fun Activities | João Paulo Casarotti and Daiane Raatz
    1:30-2:20pm | Presentation
    Piano Partnerships: Traits of Effective Teachers of Adults (as Reported by their Students) | Pamela D. Pike
    1:30-2:20pm | Presentation
    Bringing the Pop to Popular Music: Teaching Performance Practice in Pop, Rock, and R&B | Nicolas Lira and Bridget O'Leary
    1:30-2:20pm | Presentation
    My Piano Arrangement is Better Than Yours (and Here Are the Secrets!) | Jeremy Siskind
    1:30-1:55pm | Research Track
    Improvisation in Collegiate Private and Group Piano Settings | Grace Choi
    1:55-2:20pm | Research Track
    Action Research in the Piano Lab: An Auto-Ethnographic Exploration of Developing Ear Playing in Beginner Pianists | Gemma O'Herlihy
    1:30-1:55pm | Lecture Recital | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Partita mestiza: el barroco se encuentra con Latinoamérica (Partita mestiza: Baroque Meets Latin America) | Manuel Matarrita
    1:55-2:20pm | Lecture Recital | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Las Sonatas para teclado de Padre Antonio Soler: una aproximación pedagógica (The Keyboard Sonatas of Padre Antonio Soler: A Pedagogical Approach) | Marina Bengoa Roldan
    1:30-2:20pm | Lecture Recital
    Piano Music in the Time of Anne Frank: Compositions by Suppressed and Forgotten Dutch Composers | Deborah Nemko
    1:30-2:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    A Million Little Etudes | Catharine Lysinger
    1:30-2:20pm | Interactive Workshop
    The Aural Underground: Laying the Ear-Brain-Body Foundation for a Lifetime of Piano Success | Amy Rucker
    1:30-2:20pm | Keyboard Lab
    Duels at a Distance: Adapting Games to a Remote Group Piano Environment | Erin K. Bennett
    2:20-2:45pm Exhibit Hall / Break / Networking / Social Events / Discussion Pods
    2:45-3:30pm Teaching Demo
    4:00-4:50 Presentations
    4:00-4:50pm | Panel Presentation
    Teaching Students to Fish: Developing Independent Learners From the First Lesson | Lynnette Barney, Joy Morin, Christopher Oill, Tony Parlapiano, and Clinton Pratt
    4:00-4:50pm | Presentation
    Distantly Social: Creating Meaningful Virtual Recital Experiences for Students, Families, and Communities | Mario Ajero
    4:00-4:50pm | Presentation
    "Go Big Or AND Go Home!": Adult Group Teaching Pedagogical Takeaways | Yeeseon Kwon
    4:00-4:50pm | Presentation
    Clarifying the Piano Teacher’s Role in Playing-Related Injury | Barbara Lister-Sink
    4:00-4:50pm | Presentation
    Technique Through the Repertoire | Christopher Madden and Jani Parsons
    4:00-4:25pm | Presentation
    Learning from Limitations: The Indianist Piano Pieces of Amy Beach and Arthur Farwell | Natalie Khatibzadeh
    4:25-4:50pm | Presentation
    Echoes in Time: Understanding, Teaching, and Creatively Programming Contemporary Works as Parallels to Standard Classics | Monica Kang-Sasaki
    4:00-4:25pm | Presentation
    Nurturing Interest and Cultivating Motivation: Investigating the Intersection of Educational Psychology and Piano Pedagogy | Jared Rixstine
    4:25-4:50pm | Presentation
    Teach Them to Believe: Strategies for Cultivating Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Piano Students | Lynn Worcester Jones
    4:00-4:25pm | Research Track
    Choral Music Educators and "Real World" Piano Applications: A Collective Case Study | Leonidas Lagrimas
    4:25-4:50pm | Research Track
    What Did They Say? Professional Musicians Give Their Perspectives on Piano Training | Margaret Young
    4:00-4:25pm | Presentation | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    Música contemporânea brasileira para iniciação ao piano: enriquecendo o repertório de estudantes de níveis elementares e intermediários (Contemporary Brazilian Music for Piano Beginners: Enriching the Repertoire of Elementary and Intermediate Students) | Luis Barros and Claudia Deltregia
    4:25-4:50pm | Presentation | Spanish-Portuguese Track
    O guia prático para a juventude: a obra pedagógica de Heitor Villa-Lobos (The Guia Prático for the Youth: The Pedagogical Work of Heitor Villa-Lobos) | Verena Abufaiad
    4:00-4:50pm | Lecture Recital
    The Spiritual Tradition: From the Southland by Harry T. Burleigh | Roger McVey
    4:00-4:25pm | Lecture Recital
    Six Hands on Deck | Rosalyn Floyd, Martin David Jones, and Clara Park
    4:25-4:50pm | Lecture Recital
    Electronic Chamber Music: Collaborating with Computers | Brendan Jacklin
    4:00-4:50pm | Interactive Workshop
    Building the Dyslexic Brain with Music | Becki Laurent
    4:00-4:50pm | Keyboard Lab
    How to Play by Ear (Really!) | Bradley Sowash
    5:00-5:30 Closing Social Event
    5:30-8:00pm Award Ceremony & Gala Reception

    Schedule subject to change without notice.

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