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Amazing program, but low turnout
To the editor:
Rhonda Larson and Ventus rocked Academic Hall Tuesday night. Along with the wonderful Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra, they gave Cape Girardeau an amazing program of music that ranged from New Age to jazz to Celtic.
Thank you, Southeast Missouri State University, for bringing this artist to us. Larson showed why she is a Grammy Award-winning flutist.
Unfortunately, the audience had only a couple of hundred people in it. Wake up, Cape Girardeau, and support the arts.
ELIZABETH MICHEL, Cape Girardeau