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This program oozes romance from top to bottom, from erotic Renaissance madrigals to sultry jazz standards plus Shakespearean sonnets to modern-era romance.
There are three different orchestras, a chorus, a madrigal singing group and a long-running Nutcracker ballet production.
The event featured speakers, prayers, posting of service flags, the laying of a wreath, and patriotic songs performed by the Rancho Bernardo High School Madrigals.
Mozart, Madrigals and More! Pittance Chamber Music, featuring members of the LA Opera Orchestra and Chrous, performs works by Mozart, Villa-Lobos, et al.; with guest dancer Damara Titmus.
Even the minor role of a musician who recites madrigals written by Manon’s rich patron, sung by the captivating Avery Amereau, stood out for the unusually rich, saturated auburn timbre of her voice.
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