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Cappella Romana

BRETT CAMPBELL
8 pm Friday, April 12., Friday April 12 | $18-$36.
 
One of the Northwest’s finest choirs made its reputation singing the almost forgotten, starkly beautiful music of Byzantium. But they’re also masters of other less austere styles. This glorious program, conducted by English-born, Indianapolis-based Renaissance music specialist Dana Marsh, features the sumptuous Easter sounds of Iberian Renaissance composers Francisco Guerrero, Duarte Lobo and the magnificent Spanish master Tomás Luis de Victoria. It makes a welcome herald of the warmer, sunnier moods of spring.



Where: St. Mary's Cathedral Parish Center
Phone: 800 494 8497
Address: 1716 NW Davis St.
Website: www.maryscathedral.com

 
 
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