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    Cross the Wide Missouri: Music From Appalachia

    Presented by at Libby Gardner Hall - University of Utah

    February 25, 2012

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    Cross the Wide Missouri: Music From Appalachia

    Cross the Wide Missouri: Music from Appalachia, The Salt Lake Choral Artists February concert will bring a sparkle into the dreary gray of mid-winter, with the toe-tapping energy of composer Carol Barnett's "The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass." This work is a brilliant combination of sacred classical choral tradition and bluegrass style, accompanied by fiddles, banjos, guitars, mandolins and the string bass.

    Libby Gardner Hall - University of Utah

    1375 East Presidents Circle
    Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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    $20/General Admission, $8/Students


    General Day and Time Info:
    Saturday 7:30pm

    phone: (801) 718-6374


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        Sal JanssonFERNANDO eSPINDOLA

        UAC Teaching Artist - Musician

        About the artist:
        Fernando Espindola has been playing Andean music since his early teenage years in Bolivia. As a native of Oruro, the city famous for having the most elaborate carnival in Bolivia, he was exposed to a concentration of folklore that would be difficult to equal anywhere else.
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