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TAP presents world music instrumentalist

Provided to the TribuneTahoe Arts Project will present multi-cultural, multi instrumentalist Todd Green on Sept 28 at South Tahoe High School.

Have you heard any good Middle Eastern Oud or Yali Tmbur lately? How about South American Charango and Zamponia or East Indian drums?

Are you intrigued? These and many other ethnic instruments, along with one of a kind custom built instruments like a double neck classical guitar and the “Guitarangi da Gamba,” will be played by multi-cultural, multi instrumentalist Todd Green at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 at South Tahoe High School Little Theater. This performance will kick off Tahoe Arts Project’s 16th season of presenting performing arts in local schools and the community.

Green has astounded audiences across the country with his diversity on a multitude of string, flute and percussion instruments from all over the world. His performance will be enhanced by digital samplers, which allow him to record and over dub instruments one by one, making him a one-man orchestra of unique and exotic instruments. As fascinating to watch as to listen to, Green intersperses his playing with entertaining explanations of the music and the instruments.

Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for seniors and children. They may be purchased in advance at the 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. Green will perform for students in South Lake Tahoe area schools sponsored by Tahoe Arts Project.

Tahoe Arts Projects 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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