Classical guitarist at First Thursdays

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Folk-inspired classical guitar music from South America, Appalachia, Spain and Turkey greeted guests returning to First Thursdays at the Del Mar Powerhouse on Jan. 5. Mesut Ozgen treated listeners to a beautiful array of tunes to ring in the New Year. First Thursdays is produced by the Cultural Arts Committee of the Del Mar Foundation. Visit www.DelMarFoundation.org. Photos: Susan Schelling

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