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Zephyr Tries Sacred Music

Travis Rivers

Religious music and 20th-century classical styles need not be mutually exclusive.

Zephyr, Spokane’s classical contemporary music series, will combine with The Cathedral and the Arts series at St. John’s Cathedral Sunday for a concert of 20th-century religious music.

Charles Bradley, organist at the Episcopal cathedral, and Zephyr’s artistic director, Kendall Feeney, will join 11 other Spokane musicians to perform 20th-century sacred music by Leonard Bernstein, Ingolf Dahl, Herman Berlinski, Arthur Shepherd and Dan Locklair.

The concert starts at 4 p.m. Tickets are $12, $8 for students, available at G&B outlets, 325-SEAT or (800) 325-SEAT.

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