Take a musical journey with world flute master
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Gary Stroutsos
Gary Stroutsos
BELLOWS FALLS- On Saturday, September 30, at 7:30 pm, Gary Stroutsos, world flute master, will take a musical journey around the world, from China to Cuba to the Native American West. “Woodwinds Without Borders” will showcase the music that Stroutsos has explored and mastered throughout his long career as a professional musician. The concert will take place at the Stone Church on the hill, 20 Church Street.

Stroutsos is acknowledged to have made a distinctive contribution to the preservation of American Indian music and culture, and plays with some of the finest American Indian artists working today, including collaborating with Navajo flute maker Paul Thompson, a work which expresses the enduring legacy of the American Indian flute and its recent revitalization into today’s society.

In over 20 releases, Stroutsos has created a body of work which expresses a passion for sound travelling: music without borders.

Join in for “Woodwinds Without Borders” on Saturday, September 30, at 7:30 pm. Purchase tickets in advance for $20 general admission, $15 for seniors, and $45 for premium reserved seats up front. At-the-door prices increase by $5 to $25 for general admission and $20 for seniors. Advance tickets may be purchased in person at Village Square Booksellers on the Square in Bellows Falls, by phone at (802) 460-0110, and at www.stonechurcharts.org.
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