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Young Artists find alternate methods to communicate in foreign languages for today’s ‘Artsongs in the Afternoon’

As the fifth in a series of six, today’s “Artsongs in the Afternoon” recital presents three vocalists who have learned from watching their peers in the first four recitals.

“It’s amazing how much you can learn just by watching,” said baritone Justin Brown. “It’s inspirational. We’re all at different levels but present the recital as one. There are some people who have a knack to stand there and tell a story. Others can be much more animated. They’re all beautiful and wonderful in their own ways. As a performer, you get ideas from watching them and think, ‘Oh, where can I employ that?’ ”

Brown joins soprano Caitlyn Glennon and mezzo-soprano Beth Lytwynec at 4 p.m. today in the Hall of Christ to display the tricks they have learned, whether from their colleagues or experiences from years past. John Keene collaborates on piano.

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