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Quartet celebrates their musical heritage

Provided to the TribuneThe musical group Festival of Four will present a program ranging from Bach to Andean mountain music Jan. 18 at Lake Tahoe Community College.
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Tahoe Arts Project will present the musical group Festival of Four at 7 p.m. Jan. 18 at Lake Tahoe Community College Theater. On a single stage in a single evening, explore a world of musical possibilities as the quartet known an Festival of Four shares the special character of their own musical heritages.

Classical and ethnic flutist Viviana Guzman, guitarist Richard Patterson, classical guitarist Mark Teicholz and flamenco guitarist Guillermo Rios offer an exciting and eclectic program, ranging from Bach to Andean mountain music. This distinguished group of artists will delight the audience with their talents and personalities.

Tickets for the event are $7 general admission and $3 for seniors and children. They may be purchased in advance at Tahoe Douglas and South Lake Tahoe chambers of commerce, The Party House, Sierra Bookshop and Meyers Elementary School. Tickets also will be available at the door. The community is invited to join Tahoe Arts Project as four musicians come together for an evening of diverse musical heritage.



As part of their efforts to include music in children’s education, Festival of Four will perform for more than 8,000 students in South Lake Tahoe area schools sponsored by Tahoe Arts Project.

Tahoe Arts Project is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide cultural enrichment and diversity for the community through the arts and education with particular focus on youth. For more information call (530) 542-3632.


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