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Ah, the love song! Suitors have wooed women for centuries with a few sweet notes, and lovers have cried over broken hearts. With Valentine's Day around the corner, three opera singers pay tribute to the songs of love, from La Boheme to West Side Story. Tune the dial with your sweetheart as they sing the languages of love - Italian, Spanish, and English - and maybe win over your heart, too.

Marco Varela, Antonio Esclapes, and Betsy Ann Fiore perform love songs in English, Italian, and Spanish at the Winchester Community Center on Saturday, February 12.

GUESTS
Marco Varela, tenor
Antonio Esclapes, tenor
Betsy Ann Fiore, soprano
Tim Cooper, music director

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