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Home / Events / Music / The Desert Chorale: Touched with Fire

The Desert Chorale: Touched with Fire

8 pm, Jul 30, 2013 | $10-$50
 

The Desert Chorale indulges in the madness of artists and composers such as Van Gogh, Gesualdo, Poe and Wölfli. Prof Robert Kyr gives prep talk at 7 pm.



Where: First Presbyterian Church SF
Phone: 505-982-8544
Address:
208 Grant Ave.

87501

 

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