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Uploaded on Aug 7, 2008
The leader of a small suburban village near Chicago made his name as a small town politician and big city prosecutor. Little did his constituents know that by the time he had entered college, nearly two decades earlier, Mark Damisch was an accomplished pianist. After Damisch revived his musical career nearly a decade ago, he began playing for audiences around the world to raise awareness of worthy issues. From August 4th to 9th, the man known as the "musical mayor" is in the Middle East, playing for peace. VOA's Kane Farabaugh has the story in the latest in our series: Making a Difference.