Renaissance Echoes 

Creative Voices

Eduardo Mendelievich's Creative Voices, an eighteen-voice a cappella chamber choir, has received rave reviews of late for its graceful vocalism. In the fine acoustics of Berkeley's St. Mark's Episcopal Church, the Voices explore the works of Don Carlo Gesualdo and Claude Le Jeune, two composers who brought new life to the madrigal in the 16th century. Sunday, June 3. 4 p.m., $18-$15. CreativeVoices.org

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