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Lark & Spur: Traditional And Modern Carols

Presented by Excellence in the Community at The Gallivan Center, Salt Lake City UT

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Dec 18 2014
Lark & Spur: Traditional And Modern Carols

 Lark & Spur began as a duo when Lori Decker and Jeff Whiteley began performing in the streets, public squares and metro tunnels of Paris, France. Those early performances led to appearances on French radio and television. Performance credits include the Montreux, Deauville and other European jazz festivals, and events for the Utah Symphony

Over time other musicians were added. Now Lark & Spur performs as a quintet: Lori Decker on mandolin, tin whistle and vocals; Jeff Whiteley on guitar and

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ADMISSION INFO

Free

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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We advise people to come early to make sure they get a seat. Concerts at the Gallivan Center lately have been standing room only. Parking is available under the Gallivan Plaza, accessed by heading east bound on 200 South. You must get on 200 South from either West Temple or Main Street. The cost is about $5. This concert will be indoors on the main stage at the south end of the plaza.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

The Gallivan Center

239 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

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