Performing Arts

May 8, 2014 2:16 PM

Classical music review: Seraphic Fire closes season on a soulful note

After exploring Baroque and Renaissance choral music, masterworks of Bach and Monteverdi and an alternative edition of Mozart’s Requiem, Seraphic Fire is turning to down-home Americana to close out its season.

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