History Museum to Stage Intimate Folk Concerts

A cappella group with global influences will open the series at the Santa Monica History Museum. Tickets are $15.

Los Angeles-based choral group Nevenka, whose from Bulgarian to Bosnian to Sephardic to Irish, will open a new series of folk concerts at the Santa Monica History Museum on Oct. 6.

The nonprofit organizer, FolkWorks, said the museum is the perfect venue for the "intimate, acoustic" concert because of its role as a cultural community center dedicated to preserving and sharing regional history.

Nevenka mostly sings a cappella, but is occasionally accompanied by percussion, mandolin, guitar, citern or panduri.

The next concert at the Museum is a holiday event on Dec. 15.

Tickets are $15 or $13 for FolkWorks members.

The Santa Monica History Museum is at 1350 Seventh Street. The box office opens at 7:15 p.m. Concerts start at 8 p.m.

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