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Cordus Mundi welcomes spring with song


Bucks County-based male a cappella group Cordus Mundi concludes its 18th season when the group presents “Their Hearts Were Full of Spring” at 4 p.m. June 9, at Trinity Episcopal Church, 6587 Upper York Road in Solebury.

The concert is only the second performance of the group in its new configuration.

Cordus Mundi’s program is a wide-ranging collection of new music and repertoire favorites, with selections from Hassler, Dowland, Casals, Faure, Poulenc, Bizet, Parker, Troup and more. Additionally, new compositions from Cordus members Jason Gersh and Steve Mallon will be introduced in their world premieres. Drawings for free Cordus Mundi items be held during the concert, and attendees will receive free CDs and an event keepsake.

“We’re developing a new flexibility in our new configuration; in this concert, you’ll both see and hear us continue to explore new directions,” said artistic director and founder Rick Rosen. “We’re having a great time finding out just how much the group can do, and we’re excited to share the latest results with our audience.”

Tickets are $20, and can be purchased from Cordus Mundi members, at and at the door. Children under 12 are admitted at no charge. For those unable to attend the live performance of June 9, a video of the performance will be made available for online viewing beginning one week later. Tickets for the online video option are available at the group’s website.

For information, contact Cordus Mundi online or at 650-219-2748.

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