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The Andalusian Trail celebrates the shared cultural history of medieval Andalusia (southern Spain), the civilizations – India, Middle East, North Africa – that nurtured the coexistence of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, a rich exchange of music, culture, and science. Surabhi Ensemble (also performing at Washington DC’s Kennedy Center) performs original, traditional, and modern music and dance with original Indo-European instruments. With an Arts United “Amply Arts” Matching Grant
Please join us as we host nationally-acclaimed, Chicago-based Surabhi Ensemble performing "The Andalusian Trail - Music and Dance from India, North Africa, and the Middle East," Saturday, March 10, 6:30pm, Canterbury High School, 3210 Smith Road, 260.436.0746.
For tickets ($25 adult and $5 student) We will verify ticket purchases at the event. No ticket will be mailed, but your purchase will be recorded and there will be a welcome table at the event for you to check in.
We will also accept a limited number of Benefactors for this event. For $100 you will have two tickets to the event on Saturday and to a private reception on Friday evening to meet with Ronnie Malley and the Indiana Center board of directors.
Buy online using the "Buy Now" button below or mail your check to:
Indiana Center for Middle East Peace
PO Box 12005
Fort Wayne, IN 46862
or call Joan Coslow – 260.424.2430