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GLCMF presents "Audio/Visual"

Part of the 23rd Annual Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival. This season, Artistic Director Paul Watkins leads a moving musical journey to his homeland as we explore the culture and music of Great Britain. Tonight's performance includes haunting British folksongs, transcribed by Ralph Vaughan Williams and reinvented through the different imaginations of a traditional folk singer, a cello/piano duo, a jazz ensemble and an electronic musician. This strolling performance will be accompanied by a reception. Sponsored by Dede & Oscar Feldman.

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