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The Huntsville Master Chorale brings you delightful shows all year round. Their next gig is at the Cooper House, 405 Randolph Avenue in Huntsville...and they'll be doing love songs and Broadway hits just for you on Saturday, February 13th at 3 PM and 7 PM. Homemade desserts and coffee will also be available. For more information or to reserve your tickets, you may dial up the Arts Council at 256-519-2787. Beth Norwood talked with Dennis Clements and Sally Priester of this fine singing group on Morning Blend, and here is their conversation. 

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