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Nebraska Crossroads Music Festival
August 6 @ 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
What: Nebraska Crossroads Music Festival
When: Sunday, August 6th from 12p to 9p
Where: Hazel Abel Park., 840 So. 17th St., Lincoln, Ne
The Sunday program of the 4th annual Nebraska Crossroads Music Festival begins with a short meditation concert featuring improvisations from festival artists at 12pm at Hazel Abel Park in Lincoln.
At 2pm Guggenheim Fellow and GRAMMY-winning tabla master returns to Lincoln for a performance with Sitar player Rajib Karmaker and guests at First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln (840 S 17th St).
At 4 pm you can join festival artists and audience members for a short sing along of traditional songs that everyone will learn together.
At 5pm a performance entitled “Ancestral Modernism” will feature music steeped in tradition, but written today, including the festival’s commissioned work by Kinan Azmeh and Layale Chaker, co-commissioned by the New York Philharmonic and Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra, works by John Hadfield, Dinuk Wijeratne and Valeri Tolstov.
The festival will conclude with a free outdoor performance of the Cuban band Andy Williams and the Nebraska All-Stars at Union Plaza Amphitheater (N 21st St between Q & P streets).
Tickets and more info at NebraskaMusicFest.org.
August 6, 12 p.m.: Meditation Concert at Hazel Abel Park
August 6, 2 p.m.: Sandeep and Rajib at First Presbyterian Church
August 6, 4 p.m.: Group Sing at First Presbyterian Church
August 6,, 5 p.m.: Ancestral Modernism at First Presbyterian Church
August 6, 8 p.m.: Nebraska All Stars at Union Plaza Amphitheater (N 21st St between Q & P streets)