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Last night, LYRA, a vocal ensemble from St. Petersburg Russia performed for fifty people in Augustana’s acoustically excellent sanctuary. A beautiful performance about 2/3’s music from the Russian Orthodox Church tradition and the remaining were compositions inspired by Russian folk songs. Co-sponsored by St. Makarios the Great Orthodox Mission in Hyde Park. The visual for … More LYRA Sings The Lord’s Prayer at Augustana