Rogue World Ensemble presents their annual Sacred Concert

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Rogue World Ensemble presents their annual Sacred Concert

Time: December 14, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: United Methodist Church
Street: 175 N Main
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.rogueworldensemble…
Phone: 541-227-3227
Event Type: concert, performance
Organized By: Dee Fretwell
Latest Activity: Nov 21, 2012

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Winter Sacred Concert, United Methodist Church in Ashland

December 14th  7 PM
December 15th  3 PM

A primarily acapella concert featuring sacred music from around the world. Experience the myriad colorful ways that the world's people celebrate the sacred life force.
$12 advance, $15 at door

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The Rogue World Ensemble performs two major seasonal concerts per year in the winter and spring, as well as an annual "village" concert geared towards families with small children.

Rogue World Ensemble's dynamic performances take audiences on a journey through a diverse range of cultures and a full spectrum of human experiences. Folk songs from every part of the world express universal themes of love and loss, devotion and celebration in their own unique languages and styles. Traditional instrumentation, percussion and dances help to bring out the authentic spirit of the eclectic repertoire.

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