Daniel Hege conducts the Wichita Symphony Orchestra in December 2016.
Daniel Hege conducts the Wichita Symphony Orchestra in December 2016. Courtesy photo
Daniel Hege conducts the Wichita Symphony Orchestra in December 2016. Courtesy photo

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