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St. John's Chamber Music Society Spring Concert 2015

Bach Cello Suite No. 1 First Mvt.Performed by Vito Paternoster; recording courtesy of Magnatune Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHIQ838103U
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heidi upton

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Transcript of St. John's Chamber Music Society Spring Concert 2015

Oh no!!!! Not another event!!!!
And at the end of the semester, too!!!!
But, they say that music soothes...
and at this time of the semester, don't we all need a little of that?
come hear music
St. John's Chamber Music Society
Spring Concert
April 30
St. Thomas More Church
7:00PM
St. John's Chamber Music Society gives students who come to St. John's an opportunity to pursue their love of music. Its numbers have grown substantially and the group includes students from every college at the University. Students who are part of this group meet regularly to rehearse and prepare chamber music programs which they perform in a variety of venues, both on and off campus.
The upcoming concert will feature the music of a variety of classical and popular contemporary composers.
Please join us for our concert and the reception which follows.
Supported by Learning Communities, The Institute for Core Studies, the Department of Art and Design, and Student Affairs
TAKE A BREATH AND HEAR THE MUSIC
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