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At the Waterbrook

Emmi MacIntyre
2 p.m., Sunday May 05

VAE: Cincinnati’s Vocal Arts Ensemble and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra are proud to announce their annual collaboration, At the Waterbrook, showcasing three diverse choral/orchestral masterpieces, led by outgoing VAE music director Donald Nally, in what will be his farewell performance.

 

  VAE and the CCO have performed together regularly since the early 1980s, and yearly since 2003.

Where: Covenant First Presbyterian Church
Phone: 513-621-4144
Address: 717 Elm St.
Website: http://www.covfirstchurch.org/
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