Vicki McVay, standing, taught a group piano lesson last month in the Fine Arts building at the University of Kentucky. From left: graduate assistant Erin Batkiewcz, Phyllis Giberson, Jane Smith, Emily Dann, McVay, Sallie Powell and Carol Schroeder.
Vicki McVay, standing, taught a group piano lesson last month in the Fine Arts building at the University of Kentucky. From left: graduate assistant Erin Batkiewcz, Phyllis Giberson, Jane Smith, Emily Dann, McVay, Sallie Powell and Carol Schroeder. Herald-Leader
Vicki McVay, standing, taught a group piano lesson last month in the Fine Arts building at the University of Kentucky. From left: graduate assistant Erin Batkiewcz, Phyllis Giberson, Jane Smith, Emily Dann, McVay, Sallie Powell and Carol Schroeder. Herald-Leader

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