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Arts & Entertainment

The First Thursday Old-Time and Bluegrass Jam Series at Western Carolina University’s Mountain Heritage Center will ends its 2011-12 season Thursday, March 1, with a concert featuring the veteran Appalachian string band the New Southern Ramblers.

The group’s 7 p.m. performance will be followed by an 8 p.m. jam session in which local musicians are invited to participate.

Featuring lively dance tunes, traditional vocals and flatfoot dancing, the New Southern Ramblers have entertained audiences across the nation for decades, with performances in recent years at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and MerleFest.

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Second grade students at East Franklin elementary have been working on a unit focused on the United Nation’s Children’s fund (UNICEF).

Members of the African Dance Company of Asheville held the dance presentation on Wednesday, Feb. 21 and were followed by vignettes highlighting the stories of four children from different countries and a song selection which included ‘We are the World’ and ‘Love Can Build a Bridge.’

 

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The Vienna Boys Choir, among the most celebrated choirs of all time, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University.

The choir, founded in 1498, has a repertoire that includes medieval, contemporary and experimental music. Long a fixture in Austrian musical life, until 1918 the choir performed only for imperial courts, in church and at private functions. Now, four choirs of 24 schoolboys between the ages 10 and 14 and from Austria and neighboring European countries perform hundreds of times a year worldwide.

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The King’s Messengers, a Southern Gospel music quartet who will soon celebrate 48 years singing songs of worship and praise, will perform Saturday, March 3, at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts. Show time is 7:30 PM and tickets are $10 each.

Based out of Gainesville, Georgia, The King’s Messengers have performed throughout the Southeast. They are a nonprofit ministry made up of four singers and four band members. They have recorded dozens of albums over the years which include inspirational songs such as “Streets of Gold” and “I Know I’m Going There.”

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