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Classical or choral or sacred music venues in Rome

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We'll be visiting Rome soon (not our first trip), and one of our favorite things to do in cities like Rome is to attend musical performances or masses that offer exceptional music. Last time we were there was during the Epiphany period, and we found a church that was having an evening musical celebration.

We arrive on a Sunday afternoon, so a Sunday morning mass is out. I've checked the standard large hall opera and classical music venues already. What I am looking for is a website that lists the types of things I am looking for--churches, smaller venues etc. Or, if you have any suggestions of places you know, I'd love to hear about them. Thanks.

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