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Kantorei choir says thanks with a free Sunday performance

Here’s a concert you may be able to squeeze in Sunday evening — and it’s free.

Kantorei, the professional chamber choir of about 40 voices that specializes in unaccompanied singing, is offering an “audience appreciation” performance at 7 p.m. Sunday that includes a wine-and-hors d’oeurves reception.

The program includes music by Bruckner, Eskil Hemberg, Kenneth Jennings, Mendelssohn (the 200th birthday bash continues!) and Jean Berger. It takes place at the Church of Christ the King in South Minneapolis.

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