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Russian a capella group in concert Sunday

Lyra, a four-member a cappella group from St. Petersburg, Russia will perform Sunday. Aleksandr Kudriashov – bass, Tatsiana Melnikava – mezzo-soprano, Dennis Patsiuk– tenor, Sergey Tupitsyn – baritone
Lyra, a four-member a cappella group from St. Petersburg, Russia will perform Sunday. Aleksandr Kudriashov – bass, Tatsiana Melnikava – mezzo-soprano, Dennis Patsiuk– tenor, Sergey Tupitsyn – baritone

DIXON – Lyra, a four-member a cappella group from St. Petersburg, Russia, will return to the area for a free concert at 7 p.m. Sunday at St. Luke Episcopal Church, 221 W. Third St.

The program will begin with sacred music from the Russian Orthodox Church; the second half will feature Russian folk songs.

The concert is expected to last about an hour. Donations will be accepted.

The group, which is made up of professional musicians, have performed in Sterling and Dixon several times in the past decade.

The Dixon Sister Cities Association and the church are sponsoring; call 815-288-2151 or 815-440-4571 or find St. Luke’s Church – Dixon, IL on Facebook for more information.

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