Date(s) - Sunday April 10, 2016
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Native American flute player and singer-songwriter Randy Granger will return to the Hillsboro Community Center for a performance, Sunday, April 10 at 3pm. An award-winning recording and touring artist of Mayan and Apache ancestry, Granger’s acoustic music blends world flutes, emotive vocals, percussion and ethereal instruments like the PANArt Hang.
A full-time musician, Granger tours the United States performing and offering workshops. His music is heard on NPR, PBS, Hearts of Space, Sirius Soundscapes, Pandora and stations worldwide. Described as “Southwest world music”, it is also said to have healing properties. www.randygranger.net
The Hillsboro Community Center (HCC) is located on Elenora Street, next to the Union Church on the south hill overlooking the town. There is a donation jar at the door and CDs will be for sale. Monthly HCC music and cultural events are sponsored by the Sierra County Arts Council. For a schedule of upcoming events, see www.blackrange.org and www.sierracountyevents.com