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Mystic Brass returns to public performance

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Mystic Brass Ensemble, Arlington’s community brass ensemble, returns to public indoor performance at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 12, at First Baptist Church, 819 Mass. Ave.

The program, "Liturgical Brass," features soprano Janet Ross in works by Bach and Tomasi, and include additional works inspired by the liturgy.

Under the direction of Andrew Heath, the ensemble explores raw musical passion for the great brass compositions of past and present in traditional and progressive programs.

Audiences of all ages are welcomed for this free concert.

Proof of vaccination, for those eligible, is required to attend, as is masking.

Donations will be accepted in-person and online at Also visit the group on Facebook @mysticbrassensemble.

This news announcement was published Monday, May 23, 2019.

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