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KENT, Ohio - If you are looking for something a little different different to do this Valentine's Day, what about experiencing some medieval love?
The Bernardus Medieval Music Ensemble will be performing "The Eternal Flame: Visions of Love Throughout The Medieval World". It is a mixture of music, readings, poetry and a slideshow based on medieval love.
The performance is free at 5:30 p.m. at the Kent State School of Music in the Ludwig Recital Room, 1325 Theatre Drive.
Click on the video player to hear a sample of the music and watch the interview with founding members Craig Resta and Jay White.
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