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Beth Madsen-Bradford, Janet Coleman

BRETT CAMPBELL
2 pm Sunday, Feb. 10., Sunday February 10 | $10-$12.
First Presbyterian Church
1200 SW Alder St.
 
Centuries before “Lovesick Blues,” songwriters were comparing love to a medical condition. In this intriguing pre-Valentine’s Day concert in the Celebration Works series, the excellent mezzo-soprano and pianist team up with soprano Kim Giordano and Portland Baroque Orchestra violinist Adam LaMotte to perform music by composers from the Baroque era (Handel and Purcell) through the 20th century (Oscar Hammerstein and Stephen Sondheim) and, with help from a clinical psychologist, to explore the chemical, physical and psychological sources of the perennial malady of love.



Where: First Presbyterian Church
Phone: 228-7331
Address: 1200 SW Alder St.
Website: www.fpcpdx.org

 
 
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