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'Love and Joy, Come to You' tonight at Saint Barnabas

The concert “Love and Joy, Come to You” — featuring glorious chamber music in celebration of Epiphany with Royce Napolitino as baritone soloist — kicks off the 2014 Intimate Chamber Series at Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church tonight.

The series is cosponsored by Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge, and the opening concert is 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4 at the church.

Napolitino has appeared in several Ovation! productions including, among others, “Les Miserables” (Jean Valjean) and “The Pirates of Penzance” (The Pirate King).

The program will feature music for woodwind quintet, organ, cello and baritone.

In addition to Napolitino, the concert will feature Suzanne Burton (flute), Amy Duerr Day (oboe), David Salge (clarinet), Ron Gilbert (horn), Judith Lawrence (bassoon), Paul Roy (organ) and Ann Wright (cello). Concert selections include works by Norman Della Joio, Anton Reicha and traditional carols arranged by Robert Puff and others.

Tickets are on sale at and will also be available at the door. Tickets are $25 general admission and $18 for seniors/students/military. Youth aged 16 and under are admitted free.

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