In Celebration of Year of Peru KSU Proudly Presents "Cuatrotablas"

Loction: Stillwell Theater
Date and Time: Thursday February 23 and Friday February 24th at 8:00pm

Tickets are Available at: ticketing.kennesaw.edu or 770/423-6650

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KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY PRESENTS
Cellist Jesús Castro-Balbi and pianist Gloria Lin

Location: Performance Hall, Bailey Performance Center
Time: 8:00pm

Tickets Available at: ticketing.kennesaw.edu or 770/423-6650

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INCA SON

WHEN: 8:00 PM - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011

WHERE: Bailey Performance Center

TICKETS: $10.00  -  Available at the KSU Box Office: http://ticketing.kennesaw.edu

The splendor of Peruvian folklore comes alive with this acclaimed music and dance ensemble, winner of the Boston Music Award and 2008 Los Angeles Music Award for "Best World Artist." Inca Son has performed around the world and on some of the most prestigious stages, including Carnegie Hall; the Kennedy Center; and the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. They have also played at the United Nations; before two different American presidents at the White House; and at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. In July of this year, Inca Son performed at the National Geographic Museum (Washington, DC) to honor the 100th Anniversary of the Rediscovery of Machu Picchu. Inca Son has also made a name for itself through its original compositions, one of which - "Trip through the Andes Mountains" - won the 2007 Independent Music Award for "Best World Song." The music of Inca Son (meaning "sound of the Inca") is characterized by bamboo flutes - the cylindrical kena or double-rowed sikus, or panflute - as well as charango (Andean guitar) and bombo, or Andean goat-skin drum. The Inca Son dancers are also masters of an extensive repertory, including the "Valicha," "Northern Marinera," and "Huaylarsh," in addition to the spectacular "Scissors Dance." Peruvian folk dance is lively and buoyant, "warm and rich as the Andean earth," and Inca Son is one of its truest representatives. For more information about INCASON see: http://www.incason.com