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Didge Evolution to Perform at All Campuses
September 29, 2017

The high energy Didge Evolution will bring the spirit of the Australian Outback to all Walters State Campuses as part of the International Festival. Concerts feature the didgeridoo, carved from a hollow tree trunk and played by the Aboriginal people for over 1,000 years. Concerts are scheduled on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 11:15 a.m. at the Claiborne County Campus and at 6 p.m. in the Dr. Wade B. McCamey Student Services Building on the Morristown Campus. On Wednesday, Oct. 4, Didge Evolution will play in the Lyceum of the new building on the Greeneville/Greene County Campus at 9:45 a.m. and at 6 p.m. in the Conner-Short Center on the Sevier County Campus. The public is welcome and there is no admission charge. Didge Evolution features master players Rob Thomas and Tanya Gerard who combine music with multimedia accents to create a true Australian experience. The two have been featured in the IMAX movie, “Sacred Planet.” In the photo: Didge Evolution features the historic didgeridoo, an instrument carved from hollow trees and used by Aboriginal people of the Australian Outback for over 1,500 years. Didge Evolution features Rob Thomas and Tanya Gerard.