Flathead Valley Community College presents student concerts

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Flathead Valley Community College’s music department will present concerts on Friday, Nov. 17 and Wednesday, Dec. 6, featuring performances by FVCC music students. Free and open to the community, both concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the Arts and Technology building on campus.

On Nov. 17, private instruction students and the Choral Ensemble will perform a variety of holiday and other pieces in the FVCC Theatre. On Dec. 6, the Chamber Ensembles, Choral Ensemble and FVCC Orchestra will perform in the large community room on the lower level of the Arts and Technology building. Guests will be treated to pieces by classical composers Mozart and Brahms along with some contemporary surprises.

For more information about the concerts or FVCC’s music department, call Nicole Sanford at 406-756-4813.

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