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By Skylar Rispens

International Choral Festival brings new cultures to Seeley Lake


Skylar Rispens, Pathfinder

The Boys' choir, Dagilėlis, from Lithuania performs "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and mimics rain forest noises at the International Choral Festival's Outreach Concert at the Seeley-Swan High School auditorium on Tuesday, July 16.

SEELEY LAKE - Nearly 100 people attended the free choir concert at Seeley-Swan High School Auditorium on Tuesday, July 16. The concert kicked off the four-day International Choral Festival in Missoula that is held once every three years.

The performance brought Dagilėlis, a Lithuian boys choir, and the Batavia Madrigal Singers from Indonesia to Seeley Lake. The event was sponsored by the festival as part of its Outreach program. The Outreach Program is devoted to bringing culture into Montana towns.

"I attended the concert because I love music and live performances are a rare treat," wro...

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