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Michael Feinstein plays at Pine Manor

Zev Fischer

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Grammy-winning showtune singer Michael Feinstein performed for an audience of more than 500 people at Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill this week. Feinstein (right) sang and shared entertaining excerpts from his book, “The Gershwins and Me,” for a crowd that included New Center for Arts & Culture chairman Mike Miller and his wife, actress Annette Miller; developer Bob Beal of the Beal Companies; attorneys Irwin Heller and Philip Gordon; former Emerson president Jackie Liebergott and her husband, Harvey; philanthropist Paula Sidman and her daughter Hope; and Irma Mann.

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