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Vatican Museums announce weekly concert series

Catholic World News - April 19, 2013

The Vatican Museums have announced a series of musical performances, to be held on Friday evenings from May 3 through the end of October.

The concerts will be held in different rooms within the Vatican Museums, with each performance lasting roughly one hour. Performances will include the works of Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Mendelssohn, and Respighi.

The series, entitled “Beauty to Be Heard,” is co-sponsored by the Vatican Museums with the Veneria Real of Turin and the Giuseppe Verdi National Conservatory. The series will be suspended during the month of August.

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