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March 22, 2002

The Waverly Consort, a 13-member ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists, will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday in McKenna Theatre in the Creative Arts building. The free performance, titled "IBERIA: una comedia de la vida," will include works of Portuguese and Spanish Renaissance music.

Founded by Michael and Kay Jaffee in 1964, the Waverly Consort specializes in performances of early and classical music. The performance is part of the Morrison Artists' Series, which has brought Bay Area audiences the world's finest chamber music since 1952.

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