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Singing Slovenes and Navihanke Perform in Duluth

Updated: 05/01/2014 1:57 PM
Created: 05/01/2014 1:47 PM WDIO.com

Lincoln Park Middle School was filled with Slovenian music Tuesday night.  To further their mission of preserving Slovenian music and culture heritage, The Singing Slovenes hosted the music of Navihanke. 

The group of five electric female performers stopped in Duluth on their first U.S. tour.  They gave middle school kids a preview of their show Tuesday afternoon.  Then Navihanke performed for a packed house at Lincoln Park Middle school later that night.  The Singing Slovenes open for the group.

Good Morning Northland Anchor Brittany Falkers was the guest emcee for the concert.  

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