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Great Music in a Great Space: Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral Concerts 2012-2013: Chanticleer

Stefanie Kremer
7:30 p.m. , Friday April 12 | $38 in advance, $40 at the door.

 Hailed by the New Yorker magazine as "The world's reigning male chorus" the GRAMMY Award-winning vocal ensemble Chanticleer returns to the cathedral for an all new a cappella program featuring Chanticleer's lush signature sound. Don't miss your chance to hear "orchestra of voices" in an evening of superb choral singing. 



Where: St. Peter In Chains Cathedral
Phone: 513-421-2222
Address: 325 W. 8th St.
Website: www.stpeterinchainscathedral.com
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