Pacific Mozart Ensemble's Annual A Cappella Jazz & Pop Concert
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Excellent concert of jazz and pop tunes, cleverly arranged and beautifully sung. The choir is smaller than usual, so there were more total ensemble numbers, but the quality of musicianship and entertainment was top notch. It was a thoroughly engaging evening of music. Kudos to the 3 with the accompanying "cup and clap" rhythms... an amazing thing to watch and listen to!