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Louisville Vocal Project Performs Christmas Concert Today

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The Louisville Vocal Project will present a program of music for Advent and Christmas continuing today. The Louisville Vocal Project specializes in renaissance sacred music and newly-composed works for a cappella choir. A variety of other styles are always included in their concerts. (*)

Concert II takes place today, December 9th at 3:00 p.m. at St. Paul United Methodist Church (2000 Douglas Boulevard).

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door with cash or cards.

(*) Composers included in this program include: Allesandro Scarlatti, William Byrd, Benjamin Britten, Charles Ives, Felix Mendelssohn, Henry Lekberg, Leo Nestor, William Dawson, and new music by LVP composer-in-residence Richard Burchard. The Louisville Vocal Project is made up of local professional musicians and is led by Artist Director S. Timothy Glasscock.

SOURCE: Louisville Culture Vulture

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