Robin Bullock, right, and Steve Baughman will draw from their best-selling holiday recordings to conjure up ancient musical landscapes and the moods of the season for their concert at St. Patrick’s Episcopal, Mooresville.
Robin Bullock, right, and Steve Baughman will draw from their best-selling holiday recordings to conjure up ancient musical landscapes and the moods of the season for their concert at St. Patrick’s Episcopal, Mooresville. Courtesy of Sherry Klepfer
Robin Bullock, right, and Steve Baughman will draw from their best-selling holiday recordings to conjure up ancient musical landscapes and the moods of the season for their concert at St. Patrick’s Episcopal, Mooresville. Courtesy of Sherry Klepfer

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November 23, 2016 12:00 AM

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