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Concert Sunday celebrates women composers

The female vocal ensemble In Mulieribus will perform at SOU on March 12.
March 7, 2023

Performance to feature a millennium of female-composed works

A concert featuring more than 1,000 years of musical works by female composers is coming to Southern Oregon University on Sunday.

The show, entitled “Among Sisters,” will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 12, at SOU’s Music Recital Hall, 450 S. Mountain Ave., Ashland, according to a news release.

Produced by Ashland-based nonprofit Anima Mundi Productions, the tribute-laden performance will feature all-female all-female vocal ensemble In Mulieribus, Latin for “among women,” the release said.

The performance will begin with works by ninth century Greek composer Kassiani and will conclude with a new work featuring poetry by Rogue Valley poet Tiziana DellaRovere, the release said.

Tickets cost $25 to $39, with discounts for students and Oregon Trail Card holders at the door. Anyone interested in purchasing discounted tickets should arrive 30 minutes early

For more information and tickets, go to animamundiproductions.com/tickets/, call 541-833-3066, or email tickets@animamundiproductions.com.

Ryan

Ryan

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