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Join us for the Ritz Chamber Players first concert of the 2013/2014 season!

Nov

07

ritz_chamber_logoTuesday, November 12th at 2pm please be our guest for a concert featuring the Ritz Chamber Players.

The musicians open their 2013-14 season with a program featuring multiple works by American composers, including former RCP composer-in-residence James Lee III. Lee was a Seiji Ozawa Composition Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center and has also received the Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Rackham Merit Fellowship from the University of Michigan, and First Prize in the Leigh Morris Chorale Choral Composition Competition. “I want to compose music,” he says of the deep spirituality of his creative work, “to reach into the inner soul of listeners and elevate them regardless of race and religious affiliation.”

Much like the Cummer’s current special exhibition Modern Dialect, the Ritz Chamber Players performance will offer a decidedly American flair!

Coffee and refreshments provided.

Free for museum members!
$10 for admission to the museum.
$6 for seniors and students.

For tickets click here.

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