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Gary Stroutsos, Flute Master, to play at Museum

Gary Stroutsos, Flute Master, to play at Museum April 16th

Gig Harbor – World Renowned Flute Player comes to Gig Harbor– With influences spanning rock, jazz, Latin, West African, Indian, Zen, and American Indian Cultures throughout the West, Gary Stroutsos continues to push musical boundaries. Gary is known throughout the world as one of the leading flautists of present day playing venues all over the world including at White House and for Ken Burns’ documentary on Lewis and Clark. Gary will also be playing the planet’s largest cedar flute! Don't miss your chance to be a part of this unforgettable evening of music and culture.

Tickets are $15 for Museum members and $20 for Non-Museum members. Doors open at 6:30 with drinks available for purchase. Ticket price also include soup and desserts. To purchase tickets please visit or stop into the museum Tuesday through Sunday.   

For more information, press only:
Michelle Paulus                                                                    
Marketing and Events Manager
253-858-6722 ext 7

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