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Burning River Baroque pays tribute to the past, present, future of Northeast Ohio

Published: September 7, 2016 12:00 AM

Music from The Western Reserves 34th season "Hear Every Moment" begins Sept. 18 with Burning River Baroque.

The name Burning River Baroque pays tribute to the past, present and future of Northeast Ohio.

There was a time when our rivers would catch fire and burn. Today, the land those rivers travel burns with the spirit and conviction of a community whose best days lay ahead. We are as marked by the currents of history as we are the ceaseless pursuit of new frontiers. So too is the repertoire and beating heart of Burning River Baroque. Carrying that fire to our stage are Malina Rauschenfels, soprano; Paula Maust, harpsichord and organ; Josefien Stop pelenburg, soprano, and Phillip W. Serna, viola da gamba.

The concert is at Christ Church, Episcopal, 21 Aurora St., Hudson. Concert time is 5 p.m. Single tickets are on sale. Students admitted free. Tickets may be purchased at The Learned Owl in Hudson and at the door on concert night. Post concert meet the artist reception immediately following the concert.

For more information go to www.mftwr.org or call 330-840-8429.


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