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Loitered Lens: Taragano Theatre

Carl Byron Batson captures the passion of Taragano Theatre’s ​Chrysalis.
They played together with the combination of the deep, soulful tones of the cello and the higher pitched breathy sound of the flute giving the piece an earthy, folk quality, perhaps even pagan like, fitting in perfectly with the mating and fertility theme.

Carl Byron Batson captures the passion of Taragano Theatre’s Chrysalis, reviewed here.

All Photos: Carl Byron Batson

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