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Archaeologists have dated instruments back at least 37,000 years. They figure the first ones were likely made long before that and were probably flutes and drums. Suffice it to say that when we hear and feel drums, most of us react instinctively by moving — even if it’s just a little bit — and our consciousness changes a little bit too. This Saturday, you can feel what I’m talking about at Gloucester’s UU Meetinghouse when we present ENTRAIN. In case you haven’t guessed, it’s the perfect venue to experience drums for lots of reasons. Built in 1806, it’s the oldest standing church building in Gloucester; it’s made of wood; the acoustics are spectacular!
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CAPE ANN SYMPHONY
THE 62nd SEASON
Yoichi Udagawa, Music Director
CAPE ANN SYMPHONY BENEFIT
Cape Ann Symphony Presents Fundraising Concert
Featuring Cape Ann Big Band
at Shalin Liu Performance Center
Mother/Daughter Duo Wendy & Brittany Betts
Perform at Post Concert Reception