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Date/Time
Friday, September 27th 2013 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location
National Music Museum

The National Music Museum’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.

Sept. 27:  An Eclectic Musical Journey,  featuring Curtis Teague & Loretta Simonet, acoustic folk music duo from Minneapolis, features the couple’s unique blend of traditional Celtic tunes, American folk songs, original music, and familiar old-time songs. Acclaimed for their exquisite harmonies and incisive songwriting, the duo will perform on an array of stringed instruments, including Celtic harp, mandocello, mandolin, guitar, clawhammer banjo, and ukulele. 12:05 p.m. Free.

 

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