Passion! Fire! Romance! at Orchestra Nova salute to Spain

Jennifer Long and Phyllis Ferran

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Photo by Carol Sonstein

Orchestra Nova presented a sensory experience to capture “A Taste of Spain,” preceding its concert on March 26 at the Sherwood Auditorium in the Museum of Contemporary Art. Patrons were treated to music, food, wine, dance and art — all in celebration of a great evening of entertainment. Joining the orchestra were guitarist Fred Benedetti and soprano Victoria Mature.

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