17052This Sunday 1 PM - SK festival at Pitt
- Nov 3, 2006Thank you for posting the themes and times for the talks at the Slovak
Festival at the U of Pitt this Sunday, Martin.
This has got to be the premier Slovak Festival in the area, especially when
combined with the outstanding venue of the Cathedral of Learning.
Nancy & I look forward to attending again this year.
In a message dated 03-Nov-06 9:38:54 AM Eastern Standard Time,
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> Thu Nov 2, 2006 7:49 pm (PST) Here are the talks at the festival:
> 2:00 "Slovaks Settled Here: Identifying Early 20th Century Immigrant
> Cluster Communities in Pittsburgh," by Lisa Alzo. Rm 242
> 3:00 "The Fujara - Queen of Slovak Instruments," by Ben Sorensen. Rm 242
> 4:00 "Roma (Gypsy) Life and Music in Slovakia: Fact & Fiction," Robert
> Metil. Rm 242
> votruba "at" pitt "dot" edu
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