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Virginia Tola en Rafaela 02
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La soprano Virginia Tola se presentó el 14/11/11 en la Ciudad de Rafaela, junto con la orquesta de la Escuela Municipal de Música y Camerata Eleutheria dirigidas por Manuel Marina.

El recital se realizó al aire libre frente al edificio de la Municipalidad de Rafaela, con un nutrido marco de gente.

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Uploaded: 15/11/2011
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