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Make Some Old-School Noise!

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Anonymous 4 closes the Cleveland Museum of Art’s VIVA! season tonight. The all-female, New York-based quartet will perform medieval chants and ancient hymns from last year’s Gloryland CD -- which also includes 19th-century folk ballads and gospel songs that originated in the mountains of Kentucky and Tennessee. The homespun vibe has led to gigs on Prairie Home Companion and A&E’s Breakfast With the Arts. “Our ideal program is not too long, without intermission, and held together by a single theme,” says singer Marsha Genensky. “We [want to] create dramatic unity.”
Wed., May 2, 7:30 p.m.

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