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Big Sky Alive! preparing for A Musical Journey in Kalispell

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Posted at 8:45 AM, Dec 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-18 10:45:53-05

KALISPELL — Lawrence Duncan and Michael Marsolek will present A Musical Dreamtime Journey on Dec. 22 in Kalispell as part of the Big Sky Alive! concert series.

The program celebrates the season of lights and winter solstice and has been presented around the region for more than two decades.

Each performance features a variety of world instruments and sounds, including didgeridoos, ethnic flutes, bassoon, saxophones, drums and percussion instruments, harp, Tibetan bowls, voices, poetry and other musical surprises.

The concerts are meant to be held without applause, in the round, and by candlelight. And for contemplative comfort, participants are encouraged to bring pillows, pads and blankets. The Musical Dreamtime Journey has become an annual holiday tradition for many attendees and is also a great way to de-stress during the sometimes frenetic holiday season.

The concert is presented with support from Northridge Lutheran Church. Admission is a suggested $10 donation at the door along with an item of non-perishable for the Flathead Food Bank. The doors will open at 6:15 p.m. for the 7 p.m. concert which will be held at 323 Northridge Road in Kalispell. For more information contact visit their website or call (406) 370-3339.