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Carolina Baroque honors Higbee

A free concert of music by Baroque composers, including Bach and Handel, will be performed by the members of Carolina Baroque in the Chapel of St. John’s Lutheran Church, on Sunday, Aug. 5, at 3 p.m.
It will be presented in honor of Dale Higbee, founder and director of Carolina Baroque from 1988-2011.
The group performed throughout the Southeast and produced 33 CDs, which were broadcast over public radio stations in Davidson and Winston-Salem.
There will be a reception following the program.
Performers will include Teresa Radomski, soprano; Mary Mendenhall, soprano; Lee Morgan, contralto; John Pruett and Susan Perkins, baroque violins; Marian Wilson, baroque viola; Holly Maurer, viola da gamba; and Susan Bates, harpsichord.
For more information, including a link to an article that appeared in a recent issue of the Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society, see www.carolinabaroque.org

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