A taste of Austria

The Carinthia Double Sextet is on a tour of North America and Victoria will be their last stop before heading back to Austria.

The Carinthia Double Sextet performs at Grace Lutheran Church

The Carinthia Double Sextet is on a tour of North America and Victoria will be their last stop before heading back to Austria.

The group has travelled the world over and were invited to China and South Africa, where they sang for Nelson Mandela. They are known for singing Austrian and international folk music as well as sacred and secular classical repertoire.

The concert, sponsored by the Linden Singers of Victoria, will be at Grace Lutheran Church, 1273 Fort St. at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30. Admission is by donation.

Go to kaerntnerdoppelsextett.com for more information.

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