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Camerata Performs Lord Nelson Mass

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Posted: Tuesday Apr 9, 2013

April 9, 2013

The Saint Vincent Camerata with the Academy Chamber Orchestra performed the famous "Lord Nelson Mass" by Joseph Haydn on March 23 and 24 (Palm Sunday) at St. Bernard's Church in Mt. Lebanon. Fr. Stephen Concordia, O.S.B., center, conductor, is shown with soloists Saint Vincent College students Carolyn Smith, left, a junior soprano music performance major from Washington, and Rebecca Skirpan, right, a senior mezzo soprano music major from Brownsville. Other soloists included Pittsburgh Opera singers Jamie Flora, tenor, and John Dooley, bass. Dr. Warren Davidson, artistic director of the orchestra, was concertmaster.


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