OH: Celina and St. Marys

WHEN: Monday, October 3, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at Wright State University Lake Campus, Celina and Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at Otterbein Retirement Community, St. Marys.

TITLE: Mauvais Sort Performances

BRIEF ABOUT: Their name translates from French to mean “to put a spell on someone,” has a musical style hard to define, yet unique and proper to its generation. By combining traditional lyrics with contemporary musical compositions or by mixing their own original stories with old, folk rhythms, the group creates a new musical style: Folk ‘n’ roll. “Folk” for the inspiration, the foot stomping, the accordion, the fiddle, and the guitar; and “roll” for the arrangements, the bass, the drum, the percussion, and the energy. 

MORE DETAILS:  Call Arts Place at 419.394.0707 or email thecollectivecenter@artsland.org. The performances are free and part of the Ohio Arts Council’s International Music and Performing Arts in Communities Tour (IMPACT).

Northwest Passage Record/NWPR

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