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Sun City West music club presents duo in concert

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Posted 11/29/21

The Music Club of Sun City West presents a free concert, “Holiday Duo featuring Flute and Violin,” Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Stardust Theatre. The program will feature songs of the season …

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Sun City West music club presents duo in concert

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The Music Club of Sun City West presents a free concert, “Holiday Duo featuring Flute and Violin,” Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Stardust Theatre. The program will feature songs of the season performed by Lauren Dowd-Erickson on flute and Judy Pugel on violin. Doors open at 1:30 p.m., a short business meeting begins at 2 p.m. and the concert follows.

Dowd-Erickson, owner of Flute a la Carte, a music ministry, has been a semi-professional flautist for more than 30 years. She has been dedicated to the promotion of music appreciation among her Sun City West community giving driveway concerts, teaching flute and performing via Zoom and Facebook.

Pugel began playing the violin 50 years ago and continued to play when she moved to Vancouver, WA performing with the community symphony. She not only plays classical music but enjoys Celtic and bluegrass tunes. She continues to teach the violin to willing students from age 5 to 75.

Music Club members and their accompanied guests are welcome. Music Club programs are presented 2 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month at the Stardust Theatre, October through April.

Call Neil White, club president, at 623-466-9229.

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