Songs for Freedom Kissing 

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Pink Martini is from Portland, for some reason. Though the 12-piece's sounds are more Continental-summer-romance, more wedding-ring-hidden-in-a-croissant, more I-really-should-buy-an-ivory-cigarette-holder. In short, more French. It's very much the sound of a classical symphony at a café, imprinted with samba and jazz, high, bright horns that actually sound like they're winking at you. The kind of music that leads to, ahem, playing at Innsbrook someday, if you see where we're going here. Anyway, Pink Martini combines its power with the Richmond Symphony for a pops concert Saturday, April 21, at the Landmark Theater at 8 p.m. Tickets are $35-$60. Call 262-8100 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. S

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