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��������� Operations Research Center PhD candidate Elaine Chew, an affiliated artist with music and theater arts, will be one of the pianists for a March 10 concert inspired by childhood themes titled The Great Panjandrum. Also featuring soprano Miho Sato and pianist Jun Komatsu, the program includes music by Professor Peter Child, who wrote The Great Panjandrum: Seven Songs for Young Listeners, a 1989 setting of poetry for children. The concert is at 8pm at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center (41 Second St.) and admission is $15 or $12 for members/students/seniors.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on March 8, 2000.

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