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Symphony in the Flint Hills

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Each spring there is a gathering, a coming together of art, nature and the kindred souls who appreciate them both. For one evening, the meadowlark's song is joined by a Symphony in the Flint Hills.

The Flint Hills have many faces. Each year moving the symphony to different sites-traveling from county to county, we honor our beloved tallgrass prairie and our plains heritage with music as big as the western sky.

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Symphony in the Flint Hills


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