Orchestra Nova offers ‘A Taste of Spain’

Dan and Nancy Hand

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Orchestra Nova presented a sensory experience to capture “A Taste of Spain” preceding its concert on March 24 at Qualcomm Hall. Patrons were treated to music, food, wine, dance and art — all in celebration of a great evening of entertainment.

Photos: Rob McKenzie

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