Music Camp Session 6 culminates with concerts or displays
DUNSEITH – Session six of the International Music Camp, north of Dunseith, culminates on Saturday with a performance or display from each of the 10 programs offered during the week.
The art exhibit will be open from 10 a.m. to noon in the Alme International Arts Centre.
The mallet percussion recital will be held at 11 a.m. in the Percussive Arts Center.
The harp exhibition will be held at 11 a.m. at the Alme International Arts Centre.
The world percussion concert will start at noon in the Burdick Center for the Performing Arts, followed shortly by the band concerts.
In the Masonic Auditorium, the fiddle exhibition will begin at 1 p.m. and the orchestra concert will complete the day’s events starting at 1:30 p.m.
Festival of the Arts
The Friday Night Festival of the Arts performance at 8 p.m. in the Burdick Center for the Performing Arts will feature Arizona native Taylor Morris.
Morris spent four years touring the world as one of five fiddlers with Barrage, a world-music violin troupe based out of Canada. His travels, both with Barrage and personally, have led to performances in 48 states and 13 countries with musicians from a multitude of backgrounds. Currently, he is part of Tricia & Taylor, a genre-bending violin/fiddle duo with concert violinist Tricia Park, and a member of The Sound Accord, a string sextet that creates vibrant arrangements of folk music.
For more information on the Festival of the Arts Series, call the IMC office or visit internationalmusiccamp.com/about/news/festival-arts/.
Passports are not required to get in and out of the International Peace Garden, but are the recommended form of identification. Those who do not have a passport will need a birth certificate (everyone in the vehicle) and photo ID (if you are 16 or older) to return to their country of origin upon leaving IMC and the Peace Garden. Each passenger in the vehicle is expected to present these documents. This special exemption applies only to the Dunseith and Boissevain ports of entry. Passports will be required for US citizens to travel to Canada and for Canadians to enter the US.