First Thursday features E. European music

Guitarists Fred Ben-edetti and George Svoboda performed Jan. 8 at the First Thursdays event at the Powerhouse Community Center.

Selections included “Granadinas” by Ben-edetti, “Hora” by Svoboda, music by Enrique Granados and Gypsy dances from Macedonia and other Eastern European regions.

The First Thursdays concert was presented by the Cultural Arts Committee of the Del Mar Foundation.

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