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Free Summer Concert Series at Liberty Park Features Local Musicians and Dancers – 20 June 2016

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Division of Arts & Museums invites you to celebrate traditional music and dance from different cultures at the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts in Liberty Park for this summer’s Mondays in the Park concert series. The concerts are free to the public and take place on Mondays beginning July 11 – Aug. 29, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.

“These concerts have been a tradition at Liberty Park for many years, and we are proud to present them to the public in partnership with the local nonprofit Excellence in the Community,” said Utah Arts & Museums Director Gay Cookson. “The Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts is a perfect location to showcase the diverse and talented communities in Utah.”

The schedule for Mondays in the Park will be as follows:

July 11:
Rio Bravo Conjunto (Tex-Mex Music)

July 18:
Mensajeros del Tiempo (Music of Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay)
Chaskis – Andean Folk and Dance Music

August 1:
Karpaty Dance Ensemble (Polish and Ukrainian Dance)
Kargi Kala Kendra – Indian Classical Dance

August 8:
Sounds of Japan Ensemble (Japanese Folk and Classical Music
Nino Reyos & Two Shields Dance Troupe (Native American Dance & Music)

August 15:
CrossStrung (Celtic and Bluegrass Music)

August 22:
Soulful Expressions (Traditional Gospel and Soul Music)

August 29:
Tablado Dance Company (Flamenco Dance and Music)
Brazilian Roots (Samba Music)

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