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By Carol Evans
2 Valleys Stage Director 

Maracujá Due to Heat Things Up


Kristina Moravec 2014

Maracujá (L-R): Terrance Rosnagle, Caitlin Belem and Sam Esecson.

SEELEY LAKE - To combat a cold January winter, Alpine Artisans' performing arts branch 2 Valleys Stage is bringing the community a mixture of fiery Afro-Cuban and Brazilian music courtesy of the band Maracujá. The Maracujá trio blends guitar, percussion and vocals to produce music for dancing, music for listening, music to bring a smile. Their repertoire includes everything from samba-funk, bossa nova and bolero to Cuban son, an amalgamation of Spanish song forms with Afro-Cuban qualities.

Maracujá will be in Seeley Lake for a public concert Sunday, Jan. 8 at 3 p.m. in the Seeley Lake C...

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