Thursday 13 Nov 2014 from 12 noon-12:30 PM

Central Presbyterian Church's Thursday Noon Concert Series presents Chaski in a program of Latin American folk music with long-time Chaski friend, Dan Dickey. Admission to the concert is free. After the concert, at 12:30, a light lunch is served in the fellowship hall. You can make your own reservation online for lunch by noon the day before. The suggested donation for lunch is $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 10 and under.
Location: Central Presbyterian Church 200 E. 8th St. Austin TX 78701 Map to Central Pres.

Looking ahead: 25 January 2015 at 2 PM

The Book of Goddesses in Music and Dance from Chaski on Vimeo.

Chaski launches its 30th anniversary year with a spectacular collaboration with Psophonia Dance Company and award-winning choreographer, Sophia Torres! Presented by the venerable Austin Chamber Ensemble as part of its season, The Book of Goddesses in Music and Dance performance features the work of the same name by Robert Paterson, as well as other enchanting music. Percussionist Matthew McClung contributes his own musical magic to the program. Following the performance, the artists invite the audience to a Meet the Artists event in the lobby. The artists are eager to ask and answer questions about the project itself, the creative process, careers in the arts, and more, as we enjoy Chaski 30th Anniversary Cake!

Location: Bethell Hall at St. David's Episcopal Church, 301 E 8th St, Austin, TX 78701 Map


Chaski is honored to be on the prestigious
2014-16 Texas Touring Roster, which offers matching funds to present Chaski in concert.

Texas Commission on the Arts

Flutes, harps & the whole world to play in!

Chaski is what you get when you take a virtuosic flute/harp duo, add a colorful collection of flutes and harps from around the world, and explore music to include them all. For almost 30 years Chaski has toured with repertoire ranging from the Mozart Flute/Harp Concerto, to Bolivian huayños, Scottish strathspeys, tunes from Playford's "The English Dancing Master" (published 1651), and world premieres of new works. Chaski frequently works in collaboration with solo artists, choirs, and, most recently, with a modern dance company, accompanying the dancers and performing alongside them.

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