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Father's Day music fun with marimbas

 Fathers who like upbeat, African marimba music can make their way to Coombs for a free concert this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. The concert kicks off the Striking Accord project which will see six days of marimba music with outdoor concerts, workshops and a street dance in Coombs and Qualicum Beach.

The Father’s Day concert will feature Jangano Marimba, a group of 10 marimba players aged 9-13, followed by Kumbana Marimba, ages 14-21. 

After the performance audience members are invited to try out the instruments, with guidance from the young musicians. 

For more information on Striking Accord check The News’ story online at www.pqbnews.com.                   

 

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