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Sons of Norway to host Scandinavian concert

The Sons of Norway Sagatun Lodge of Brainerd will host the international musical group Naustedalen Spelemannslag of Norway in a free admission concert at 7 p.m. Monday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter.

Naustedalen Spelemannslag of Norway features about 50 musicians and dancers who will perform at 7 p.m. Monday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter. The concert is being hosted by The Sons of Norway Sagatun Lodge of Brainerd. Submitted
Naustedalen Spelemannslag of Norway features about 50 musicians and dancers who will perform at 7 p.m. Monday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter. The concert is being hosted by The Sons of Norway Sagatun Lodge of Brainerd. Submitted

The Sons of Norway Sagatun Lodge of Brainerd will host the international musical group Naustedalen Spelemannslag of Norway in a free admission concert at 7 p.m. Monday at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter.

Naustedalen Spelemannslag of Norway features about 50 musicians and dancers who will perform a program of Scandinavian music. For more than 60 years this musical group has performed worldwide with three visits to the United States, with the last tour in 2000. Their current tour will take them throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Washington with final concert in Seattle. The musicians will be featured at the Norsk Hostfest in Minot, N.D., and they return home to Norway from Seattle on Oct. 9 following their two week tour.

The concert, which features a group of 10 fiddles, 10 accordions, guitar, bass and 22 dancers, will be about an hour.

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