Music of Johannes Brahms is Featured with the Downtown Singers
| May 31, 2018
Downtown Singers, led by Kristina Ruffo, present their Spring Concert. This year it features the music of Johannes Brahms. We hear from conductor Kristina Ruffo about the works, as well soloists Timothy LeFebvre, Michelle Thompson, and Erik Thompson.
Photo credit: Downtown Singers
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