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Guidi, Buehler team up for Liberty Theatre recital

“35 and You” presented Nov. 5

Published on November 2, 2017 12:01AM

Deac Guidi, an Astoria resident and baritone

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Deac Guidi, an Astoria resident and baritone

Susan Buehler, a piano and voice teacher living in Cannon Beach, tickles the ivories of her baby grand in her home studio.

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Susan Buehler, a piano and voice teacher living in Cannon Beach, tickles the ivories of her baby grand in her home studio.

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ASTORIA — The Clatsop Community College Foundation presents “35 and You,” featuring baritone Deac Guidi and piano accompanist Susan Buehler, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, at the Liberty Theatre (1203 Commercial St.).

The event is free but donations to the Clatsop Community College Foundation are welcome. The show offers an afternoon recital of 35 songs by composers that include Ravel, Copland, Poulenc, Freiberger, Quilter and Lynn.

Guidi is a teacher and performer living on the North Coast. Recent performances include, at Portland Opera, Haly in L’Italiana in “Algeri” and Benoit in “LaBoheme,” and Dr. Bartolo in “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” with the Astoria Music Festival.

Buehler is professor emeritus from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, where she was a member of the voice faculty for 25 years. A Cannon Beach resident, Buehler maintains Music Lasts A Lifetime voice and piano studio where she teaches students of all ages. She is the pianist for the Cannon Beach Chorus and organist at Calvary Episcopal Church in Seaside and Cannon Beach Community Church.

For more information, call 503-338-2306.



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