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CLASSICAL | Annie Moses Band 

Juilliard-trained bluegrass and classical played by siblings and assorted other family members: that is the intriguing CV of the Annie Moses Band, founded by violinist-singer Annie Wolaver and her brothers Alex (viola) and Ben (cello); three more relatives, Camille, Gretchen, and Jeremiah, have joined since. (The band is named after their great-grandmother.) The band's classical crossover style is immensely popular; Annie Moses Band has recorded 12 albums (the latest is "American Rhapsody"), appeared in a PBS holiday special, and performed at Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry. Two of those CDs are Christmas albums, and this Sunday night, the Annie Moses Band is bringing a Christmas-themed concert to Roberts Wesleyan College — holiday favorites played by an eclectic but ear-soothing combo: strings, harp, guitar, mandolin, and vocals.

The Annie Moses Band will perform Sunday, November 29 at Roberts Wesleyan College's Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Drive. 7 p.m. $27-$34. 800-777-4RWC;;


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