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March 19, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) –What could be more inspiring than an afternoon of music and nature? On March 20th at 3 p.m., the Silver Strings Quarter will perform classical, light classical and popular music at a free concert at MissionTrails Regional Park. The free concert will be held inside the theater at the Visitor & Interpretative Center.


The quartet features Marilyn Thomas on violin, Janet Mathews on viola, Evelyn Kooperman on cello, and Don Matthews on bass. After the concert, a reception will follow in a gallery at the Visitors and Interpretive Center, overlooking spectacular scenery in the 6,150 acre park.


Arrive early to stroll a nature trail or enjoy a tour of the museum, which features Native American and natural history displays.


For more information and directions, visit To receive news about more free activities at Mission Trails, sign up for the free newsletter on the top left side of the Park’s homepage. You can also become a friend of Mission Trails on Facebook:

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