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December 1, 2022

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For the love of classical music and the beauty that is experienced through it – locally-based Amatori choir and VISA quartet are two flowerings of the passion of choir director Ian Knowles. Sharon Shostak attends a rehearsal for the quartet’s upcoming tour in France and gives a glimpse into this somewhat rarified interest group.


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