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What's happening at the Cap


The Capitol Center for the Arts will be host to some unique brands of music this weekend.

First up on Friday is the 60-piece Nashua Symphony Orchestra, for a "Made in New Hampshire" program that will feature music relating to our Granite State.
On Saturday afternoon, ScrapArts Music will host a workshop including a discussion with artistic director, Gregory Kozak, on "found sound" and recycling materials to create instruments.
ScrapArts Music is back from their performance at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and will be performing at the Cap Saturday evening after their workshop. This quintet of percussionists promise a musical experience that is a "highly physical, wildly theatrical and thoroughly entertaining taste of the musical vanguard."

The Capitol Center for the Arts is located at 44 S. Main Street in Concord.

What: "Made in New Hampshire" - Nashua Symphony
When: Friday, Feb. 19 @ 8 p.m.
Price: Mezzanine (adults) $47, Mezzanine (students and seniors) $42, Orchestra (adults) $33, Orchestra (students and seniors) $28, Rear and Side Orchestra (adults) $25, Rear and Side Orchestra (students and seniors) $20, Under 18 $15.

What: ScrapArts Music Found Sound Workshop
When: Saturday, Feb. 20 @ 1 p.m.
Price: Adults $15, Students and seniors $10

What: ScrapArts Music
When: Saturday, Feb. 20 @ 7:30 p.m.
Price: Seats $34.50, Students and seniors $24.50, Last rows balcony $12.50


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