Music and Your Money - March 25 Musicale

Thirteen lucky GMG members were treated at our musicale on March 25 to great

music and an excellent presentation. Julie Harbin played Debussy’s Arabesque No. 1

on harp, a natural way for listeners to lower their blood pressure. Richard Bishop

followed with Chopin’s Ballade No. 3 in which he displayed an understanding of the

complexities of the piece. Utako concluded the music portion with a polished

performance of Handel’s Chaconne in G Major.


For the second portion of the musicale, Junko Horvath, CEO of Fujiyama Wealth

Management, gave a very interesting and timely presentation concerning protecting

your wealth. She had some excellent suggestions and has also written a book,

Women in Financial Transition, available on Amazon.

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