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Turtle Island Ensemble closes out noon recital series

The Turtle Island Ensemble finished out the noon recital series of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians playing for the largest audience of the summer. A total of 216 concertgoers attended the final event. The program was varied with many instrument...

The Turtle Island Ensemble finished out the noon recital series of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians playing for the largest audience of the summer. A total of 216 concertgoers attended the final event. The program was varied with many instruments, including Native flute, cello, euphonium, voice, classical guitar and organ. Submitted photo.
The Turtle Island Ensemble finished out the noon recital series of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians playing for the largest audience of the summer. Submitted photo.

The Turtle Island Ensemble finished out the noon recital series of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians playing for the largest audience of the summer.

A total of 216 concertgoers attended the final event. The program was varied with many instruments, including Native flute, cello, euphonium, voice, classical guitar and organ.

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