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The Ivalas Quartet

The Ivalas Quartet

In living color

Classically trained, college educated, and well on their way toward careers as professional musicians, Ann Arbor's Ivalas Quartet strongly identifies with their black and Latinx communities. Violinists Anita Dumar and Reuben Kebede, violist Aimee McAnulty, and cellist Pedro Sanchez have always been keenly aware of being outnumbered in their specialized field.

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