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Posted Thursday, May 5, 2016 by WLRH News

The members of Huntsville Collegium Musicum are preparing to present a choral "life's journey," that of Mary, the biblical mother of Christ. The vocal group known for its performance of early music, specializing in pieces of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, is set to perform Friday evening at Madison's Messiah Lutheran Church, and a day later at Huntsville's Covenant Presbyterian Church. WLRH host Shane Scott spoke with HCM's music director and tenor Chris Walters, and bass David Cain. You can stream or download their conversation here.

'There's Something About Mary'

Huntsville Collegium Musicum

7:30 PM, Friday, 5/6, Messiah Lutheran Church - Madison

7:30 PM, Friday, 5/7, Saturday, Covenant Presbyterian Church - Huntsville

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