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Music Festival starts Friday

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The 8th Annual Tumon Bay Music Festival is set to kickoff Friday at the Guam Plaza Hotel's Kahida Hall at 7:30pm. The opening concert will feature the Guam Territorial Band, the Umang Glee Club, the Magis Choir, as well as small ensembles from the Guam Band.

The festival will continue through next week with adjudicated events featuring soloists and ensembles from Guam, Saipan, and Japan. The festival will close on March 10 with an award ceremony and grand finale concert featuring the Guam Jazz Quartet, The Mack Brandon Project, and the Tumon Bay International Wind Orchestra.

For a complete festival schedule, visit www.guamband.org

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