By RJ McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presents “Anonymous 4” on December 11 at 8 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Trinity.

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Miles Cohen, artistic director, talks about what to expect from the concert.


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“You will have some of their favorite songs from Christmas that includes songs and carols from medieval England. Songs, hymns and conductors from their very first concert program, which is the legends of St. Nicholas and tunes from early America, something they became much more interested in in the last ten years of their career.”

Miles gives another reason to attend the show.

This will be the final performance of Anonymous 4 with the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and for that reason and the other 15 years and their legendary history performing really all over the world, it’s going to make this event incredibly memorable.”

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