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"What Makes It Great?"
Rob Kapilow and the American Boychoir

Tonight at 7 pm, Nassau Presbyterian, Princeton

The three-part program begins with a demonstration and discussion of Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, with Rob Kapilow (left) conducting the American Boychoir in short excerpts, prompting the audience to make new discoveries and engage in active listening. After a brief intermission, the American Boychoir performs the work in its entirety under the direction of Litton-Lodal Artistic Director Fernando Malvar-Ruiz (right) followed by an audience Q&A. Nassau Presbyterian Church is located 61 Nassau Street, Princeton.



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