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When: Sat., Sept. 12, 5:30 p.m. 2015
Phone: 802-999-3391
Price: $10-20.
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Combine classical violin training, a foundation in Mexican folk music and a commitment to social justice, and you’re talking about the Villalobos Brothers. The eponymous Mexican-born siblings, Ernesto, Alberto and Luis, banded together with guitarist Humberto Flores, drummer Rosa Avila and bassist Leo Sherman to create what they describe as “contemporary high-octane fiddle music.” The bow-and-string masters have taken their three-violin harmonies and internationally influenced sounds to some of the United States’ most renowned stages, such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, spreading their message of love, brotherhood and equality. The ensemble heads to Barre and Barnard for two concerts benefiting the human rights advocacy group Migrant Justice.



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