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Mezzo-Soprano Also Argues Cases, Runs a Business

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Mezzo-Soprano Also Argues Cases, Runs a Business

Mezzo-Soprano Also Argues Cases, Runs a Business

Mezzo-Soprano Also Argues Cases, Runs a Business

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Mezzo-soprano Wendy Wang attends the Boston Latin School, where she's involved in the mock trial team. From the Top hide caption

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Wendy Wang started singing before she even learned to talk. Now 16, the mezzo soprano spends a lot of time in activities besides singing. She's on the mock trial team and also started a jewelry company. She performs Scarlatti: "Se Florindo e fedele." This segment originally aired Dec. 20, 2006.