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Context: 
Practicing for her Studio Series concert recital with Marilyn Goldfinch is pianist Betty Suderman. Though they were very different as individuals, musically they thought alike. For this reason, pianist Betty Suderman and flautists Marilyn Goldfinch were seen as much more than ordinary musicians. On January 23, 1979, the Fraser Valley College held a Studio Series concert, where together Marilyn and Betty played two Handel Sonatas, “so pure, so light,” and a Poulenc sonata, “a lot of work.” Betty Suderman would also play a piece by Schumann who had “an incredible imagination.” Neither musicians had done this before, but both were excited for the opportunity and by the format of the Studio Series, coordinated by Beverly Wilson. Series subscription was $20 for 16 sessions or $2 for each individual one. Image not published.