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Published: 4/13/2014


Historic concert was a joy

The Toledo Symphony made its Huntington Center debut with a choir of more than 1,000 voices singing Ode to Joy on April 6 in downtown Toledo. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Tenor Shawn Mathey, left, and baritone Sean David Cooper. Enlarge Tenor Shawn Mathey, left, and baritone Sean David Cooper.
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Kirk Toth, concertmaster, warms up backstage. Enlarge Kirk Toth, concertmaster, warms up backstage.
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Members of Masterworks Chorale sing Enlarge Members of Masterworks Chorale sing "Ode to Joy."
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Enjoying pre-concert activities on state are, from right, Glen Fitkin, Marlon Fitkin, Pat Mauk, Clint Mauk, Ann Stranahan, and Steve Stranahan. Enlarge Enjoying pre-concert activities on state are, from right, Glen Fitkin, Marlon Fitkin, Pat Mauk, Clint Mauk, Ann Stranahan, and ...
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Katherine Cosgrove on trumpet. Enlarge Katherine Cosgrove on trumpet.
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The Toledo Symphony makes its Huntington Center debut with a choir of more than 1,000 voices. Enlarge The Toledo Symphony makes its Huntington Center debut with a choir of more than 1,000 voices.
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