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Sharing the best of the season

The Richmond Orchestra and Chorus Association visited The Richmond Review Monday, sharing the joy of the holiday season with a variety of Christmas carols.

Celebrating its 27th concert season in 2012-13, the non-profit group's mission statement is "to provide an opportunity in the Richmond community for amateur musicians to share the joy of music in practice and performance."

For more on the Richmond Orchestra and Chorus Association, visit the group's website.

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