Unusual music in an unusual place on Saturday. TPR's Arts and Culture Reporter Jack Morgan spoke to the group's leader.
Mark Landson says what makes Neo Camerata unusual is that it's classical, but with a twist.
"It brings it into a language that is more updated for today. A lot of times we hear pop harmonies. We hear various types of rhythms, rhythmic patterns that they didn't have available, back in the 19th century when those guys were writing."
"It's sort of like a melding of popular music of today with classical craft."