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December 19, 2012

She has a passion for fruitful singing

Zionsville — By day, Kathy Landschulz is a scientist with a PhD in biology, but she has another passion – singing.

The Zionsville resident began singing when she was 10 years old and is now a member of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir.

“I had my first opportunity to be a part of a children’s choir in New Mexico,” Landschulz said. “I sat behind the curtain and sang as part of a big production, and I got hooked. I had always been interested in singing, but to be a part of a chorus like that was really exciting.”

Landschulz said that performance of “The Death of the Bishop of Brindisi” was one of her favorite performances.

See Wednesday's paper for the full story.


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