PORTLAND – Renaissance Voices will present “To Music,” a capella works about the joys of music, at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 15. The group is directed by Harold Stover.

The ensemble’s annual spring concert will be in Chestnut Street Church, located behind City Hall.

The program features music spanning about 400 years, including works by 17th century composers Henry Purcell, Hans Leo Hassler and Thomas Weelkes; by early American composer William Billings; and by Felix Mendelssohn, Ralph Vaughan Williams and contemporary American Jay Anthony Gach.

Admission is $12 at the door. Advance tickets, $10, may be purchased at Gallery Music or Starbird Music in Portland, or on the group’s Web site at RenaissanceVoices.org. For more information, visit the group’s Web site or call 766-0059.

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