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Red, White, Blue and Green

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Alta Boover, mezzo soprano
This chamber music program salutes the colors of the American, French and Italian flags, celebrating music by composers from all three countries. Alta Boover, John Madison and Mary Siciliano will perform Quatre Poèmes for mezzo-soprano, viola and piano by American composer Charles LOEFFLER. On the French side, the rarely-heard Sonata for violin and piano by Francis POULENC and Sonata for 2 violins and piano by Darius MILHAUD will be performed. The Italian selection is the delightful and dramatic Duet for Cello and Double Bass by Giaocchino ROSSINI, featuring Sarah Cleveland and Jean Posekany.

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