Folger Consort's City of Ladies: Music of 15th-Century Burgundy
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The last date listed for City of Ladies was Sunday April 15, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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This was a wonderful concert and I am glad I didn't miss it! I enjoyed the three well matched pure voices and the medieval instruments and arrangements. It was an excellent concert and the program translations and notes were very useful and well...continued
Tickets for the April 14, 8pm concert inlcude champagne at intermission.
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