Poetry presented with music

On Wednesday, June 4, Jean Frenk will host a night of poetry, art and music at Riford Library, beginning at 5 p.m. The event will feature poet Leslie Carter, and musicians Dominique and Valerie Kim.

Carter is a writer, photographer, news correspondent and poet.

Dominique plays the piano and flute, and has been recognized as a Superior Performer at the 2005 Spring Piano Festival. Valerie plays piano and violin. Valerie made her Copley Symphony Hall debut as a featured soloist last June. Both girls are two-time first place winners at the MTAC Sonata Competition. For more information, contact the La Jolla/Riford Library at (858) 552-1657.

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