Music Tonight: Sunday, Dec. 3


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Today you could spend your entire afternoon into the evening in the northeastern corner of Arcata and still be treated to three great and unique musical events.

The HSU Wind Ensemble and the Scotia Band take the stage at Fulkerson Hall at 2 p.m. for a concert of airborne tunes and piped ditties ($8/$5 children/free for students).

Near campus but with wine and beer (and coffee and food), Blondies is hosting its Sunday evening Jazz Jam (5 p.m.) where local jazz-bos are encouraged to show up with preferred instrument in hand to play with hosts Don Baraka on saxophone and Val Leone holding down the six strings a la Grant Green or Wes Montgomery (free).

Back in Fulkerson Hall at 8 p.m. and for the same price structure as the Wind Ensemble's concert, you can hear a different kind of musical air manipulation as the Madrigal and Mad River Transit Singers treat you to the sweet and uplifting sounds of vocal polyphony first devised in that original Summer of Love, the European Renaissance ($8/$5 children/students free).

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