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Arts & Entertainment - November 29, 2019

Marking 'the marvels and mysteries' of winter

Local arts and entertainment highlights of the holiday season

by Karla Kane

"I can't help but think there is almost something evolutionary about people singing together in winter time," Kitka Executive Artistic Director Shira Cion said while reflecting on the number of choral concerts that happen around the holidays. Kitka is a long-running women's harmony ensemble performing music from Eastern Europe, Eurasia and the Balkans, plus original compositions, representing a number of cultural and religious traditions.

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