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ISPA awards Susan Chapman, M.B.E., with the Angel Award

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The International Society for Performing Arts (ISPA) awarded Susan Chapman with the Angel Award 2019 for her significant and lasting contribution to the support of the performing arts, transcending the boundaries of one country.

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