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Tribute to the Classical Arts 

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(l-r) Steve Kinchen of Hall Piano, one of the event's sponsors, with Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Daniel O. Weilbaecher, Jr.
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Gambit Political Editor Clancy DuBos with WWL-TV anchor Karen Swensen.
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(l-r) Event sponsor Anne Monteleone Burr with her sisters-in-law Greer Monteleone and Denise Monteleone.
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(l-r) Foundation for Entertainment Development & Education Board Chairwoman and event producer Margo DuBos with board members Tara Preston and Juli Miller Hart.
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Loyola Opera's Emma Grimsley performs a piece from the Best Student/Community Opera winner Candide.
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Jacob Ely and Anna Iosipiv from Tulane's Newcomb Dance Company perform "Pour Me," which was nominated for Best Choreography.
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(l-r) Laura Patterson, founder of Arts Education Award recipient Make Music NOLA, with Loyola University's Gayle Parmelee and Best Modern Dance Presentation winner Donna Crump.
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Robert Lyall, conductor of the New Orleans Opera and winner of Best Opera Production for Madame Butterfly with Patron of the Arts Award recipients Drs. Nicolas and Haydee Bazan.
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Kristin Witterschein and Alex Martinez Wallace of The NOLA Project donned the roles of Romeo and Juliet to take on hosting duties.
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(l-r) Tyrone, Tyrone Jr. and Esailama Henry, winner of the Best Ethnic Dance Presentation Award, with Best Contemporary Dance Presentation winner Jarrell Hamilton.
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(l-r) Nominees James Boyd, Bruce Owen, Chris Pell, Jaren Philleo and Yuki Tanaka of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
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(l-r) Best Choreography winner Diogo De Lima with soprano Mattea Musso, Dave Hurlbert and Francis Scully of Marigny Opera House's Best Choral Presentation Award winner Vespers of 1610
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Third Eye Theater performs "Women in Revolt" from the Dance For Life Concert, which won Best Ethnic Dance Presentation.
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(l-r) Laura Patterson, founder of Arts Education Award recipient Make Music NOLA, with Loyola University's Gayle Parmelee and Best Modern Dance Presentation winner Donna Crump.

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