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Brown Bag Lunch
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Date/Time
Friday, November 22nd 2013 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location
National Music Museum

The National Music Museum invites you to their brown bag lunch on Nov. 22nd at USD.

Nov. 22:  What Makes it Great?  With Rob Kapilow and The Rawlins Trio – Rob Kapilow has been helping audiences hear more in great music for two decades with his What Makes it Great? series on NPR’s Performance Today, at Lincoln Center, and in concert halls throughout the US and Canada. Teaming up with the Rawlins Trio of the University of South Dakota, Kapilow will present an abbreviated version of his previous night’s program, exploring one movement of Beethoven’s “Archduke Trio.” Kapilow’s down-to-earth approach makes music history easy to grasp no matter what your musical background. 12:05 p.m. Free.

The NMM’s public programming is underwritten by the South Dakota Arts Council through the S. D. Department of Tourism and the National Endowment for the Arts, the USD Student Association, and the members of The Stradivari Society, a fund-raising initiative of the NMM’s Board of Trustees.

All events are held in the Arne B. Larson Concert Hall at the National Music Museum located on The University of  South Dakota campus on the corner of Clark & Yale Streets.

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