Singing About the Passage of Time
| March 12, 2020
Cayuga Vocal Ensemble presents ‘Passages’, a concert of music old and new musing on the passage of time. Guest conductor Sean Linfors joins us by phone to talk about the concert, which features music by Johannes Brahms, Dale Trumbore, and Jonathan Dove.
Photo credit: Cayuga Vocal Ensemble and Ithaca College
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