The CAB vocalists join conductor/piano virtuoso Edward Polochick, as he conducts from the piano.
Rossini retired early, then returned later to composing glory by writing a masterful collection of pieces called “Sins of My Old Age.”
Emperor Napoleon III proclaimed that the “Little Solemn Mass” was neither “little,” nor “solemn,” nor a “mass”. Leave it to the world’s first superstar opera composer to set voices a-singing, fingers a-twitter, and tongues a-wagging.
ADULTS – $20
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