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The acclaimed Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra presents Henry Purcell’s “The Fairy Queen” on Sat., Feb. 14, and Sun., Feb. 15. “The Fairy Queen,” a masque written in 1692, is based on Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a comedy about Athenian lovers and a mischievous fairy named Puck. The melodic, operatic piece will feature the Santa Monica-based orchestra, along with sopranos Lisa Saffer and Catherine Webster, bass-baritone Michael Dean, and the Concord Ensemble chorus. Music Director Martin Haselböck will conduct.

Sat., Feb. 14, 8 pm.: Zipper Concert Hall, Colburn School of Performing Arts; 200 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles
Sun., Feb. 15, 4 pm.: The Broad Stage, Santa Monica Blvd and 11th Street, Santa Monica
Tickets: $39 to $55
(310) 458-4504, www.MusicaAngelica.org