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Cavatina Duo

Midway through its 76th season of bringing classy and quality musical presentation to an appreciative San Antonio audience, the San Antonio Chamber Music Society will present the Cavatina Duo on Sunday, January 27 at Temple Beth-El. Dedicated soloists and chamber musicians, the Cavatina Duo breaks convention with their combination of instruments: a flute and guitar. Add their daring choices of varied and versatile repertoire and the resultant new sounds, colors and musical phrases awakens a high level of emotion and audience response.

Venue Details

  • Temple Beth-El

    211 Belknap Pl., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 733-9135 (FAX); (210)

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