Concordia's Percussion Ensemble will travel to Indianapolis for an international drum convention taking place Nov. 15. Submitted photo.

Percussion ensemble to attend international convention

The Concordia Percussion Ensemble will perform at an international drum and percussion convention next week. The ensemble is invited to perform a 90-minute concert at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 […]


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