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Bedlam is a voice and lute duo that performs 16th-century music inspired by forbidden and taboo subjects associated with that famous London institution. Vocalist Kayleen Sanchez and lutist Laudon Schuett (pictured) are involved in keeping the "madness" — the rejection of rational thought — alive through these performances, both intimate and exciting. Bedlam will present a program of 16th-century Scottish lute songs on Friday as part of the Pegasus Rising early-music concert series.

Bedlam will perform Scottish Lute Songs of the 16th Century on Friday, February 13, at Lutheran Church of the Incarnate Word, 597 East Avenue. 7:30 p.m. Free; donations accepted at the door. Reception to follow.


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