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MONTREAL - Michael Dyck and Glynn Rankin-Jardin may be health-care professionals by day, but they both have a passion for a cappella music that goes far beyond the hobby level.

Dyck, 28, a physical therapist at the Jacques Viger rehabilitation centre, and Rankin-Jardin, 25, a resident in family medicine at the CLSC Metro, are, for the second year, financing their one-day a cappella festival strictly out of their own pockets.

“Last year, we crossed our fingers that we weren’t going to lose too much. In the end, we actually broke even,” Dyck said during a recent interview, expressing gratitude for sponsors who have helped out the MTLacappella festival with deals on refreshments and free advertising.

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