Jessica Comellas plays a duet with her mother, María Comellas, during a piano-thon held May 14 at Don Shula’s Hotel to honor Ileana Merino, Jessica’s grandmother and María’s mother.
Jessica Comellas plays a duet with her mother, María Comellas, during a piano-thon held May 14 at Don Shula’s Hotel to honor Ileana Merino, Jessica’s grandmother and María’s mother. STEPHANIE BRITO sbrito@miamiherald.com
Jessica Comellas plays a duet with her mother, María Comellas, during a piano-thon held May 14 at Don Shula’s Hotel to honor Ileana Merino, Jessica’s grandmother and María’s mother. STEPHANIE BRITO sbrito@miamiherald.com

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