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"Music has become my passion, so even if I don’t follow my No. 1 career choice (orchestra conductor), I will still involve myself in as many musical areas as possible," said Grace Lamdin, whose playing experiences have ranged from Senior High bands to the pop group Maxie Ford.
Arts Without Boundaries, a Montana nonprofit group promoting the arts in secondary schools, is honoring outstanding high school seniors with $100 awards for their contribution to the arts. The Billings Gazette’s Enjoy will feature one of the recipients each week.
Cellist David Kirk and friends will present a chamber music concert of string music Thursday at 7 p.m. at Prescott Hall at Rocky Mountain College.
Violinists Lauren Griffin, left, and Grace Lamdin perform at last year’s Red Lodge Music Festival. Griffin returns as a student to this year’s festival but will also work with faculty and perform in the faculty recital.
Grace Lamdin plays the bass during a Senior High Jazz Band rehearsal for a Jazz Dance set for Friday at the Shrine Auditorium. For more information, see Page D7.
Grace Lamdin, left, and Molly Buchanan lay plaster of Paris strips on a wire form to make the body of a dragon float being built in the Downtown Billings office for the Holiday Parade, which begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 25.