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Monday, September 16, 2019
Children play through the small maze on the South Side during Musikfest near the street at Levitt Pavillion. This is the Prismatica Art Installation by Creos of Canada. Information found on the Musikfest website includes, “Prismatica is a dynamic instillation comprised of pivoting prisms more than six feet tall, transforming the space into a giant kaleidoscope. The installment has been displayed Children play through the small maze on the South Side during Musikfest near the street at Levitt Pavillion. This is the Prismatica Art Installation by Creos of Canada. Information found on the Musikfest website includes, “Prismatica is a dynamic instillation comprised of pivoting prisms more than six feet tall, transforming the space into a giant kaleidoscope. The installment has been displayed
Press photoS by Lori PatrickMusikfest’s Wind Creek Steel Stage was host to Steve Miller the first Saturday evening. Miller is an inductee in the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He has been performing for over 50 years as another 70’s era icon in the music scene. Press photoS by Lori PatrickMusikfest’s Wind Creek Steel Stage was host to Steve Miller the first Saturday evening. Miller is an inductee in the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He has been performing for over 50 years as another 70’s era icon in the music scene.
The Big Band of Moravian College’s Jazz Ensembles, directed by Dr. Neil Wetzel, performed at Musikfest Café on a Saturday night during Musikfest. Moravian College offers five different jazz programs open to music majors, music minors, and students who are not registered for music at all. The Big Band of Moravian College’s Jazz Ensembles, directed by Dr. Neil Wetzel, performed at Musikfest Café on a Saturday night during Musikfest. Moravian College offers five different jazz programs open to music majors, music minors, and students who are not registered for music at all.
Opener for Steve Miller on Saturday, Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives dressed the part of old-style country grandeur. In a moment of local support, Stuart told his guitar tech to bring out the Martin mentioning he has a “bunch of them.” Martin Guitar is based in Nazareth, Pa. Opener for Steve Miller on Saturday, Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives dressed the part of old-style country grandeur. In a moment of local support, Stuart told his guitar tech to bring out the Martin mentioning he has a “bunch of them.” Martin Guitar is based in Nazareth, Pa.

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