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PREVIEW: Crescendo presents Carissimi’s “Jephte” and “Missa L’Homme armé”

This concert was scheduled for last year but was postponed and then rescheduled for this month. Click here  to see my original preview article from a year ago. It will […]

This concert was scheduled for last year but was postponed and then rescheduled for this month. Click here  to see my original preview article from a year ago. It will make you want to hear this program, because, “Jephte” is rarely performed anywhere, and Crescendo will do an excellent job with it.

Here are the new dates: Hear Crescendo perform Giacomo Carissimi’s “Jephte” and Missa “L’Homme armé” at Saint James Place in Great Barrington on Saturday, March 23, at 4 p.m., and at Trinity Church in Lakeville, Conn. on Sunday, March 24, at 4 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at this link.

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