Swedish-Estonian group Fränder blends traditional music from their respective countries. They’re appearing in a Otters Holt Production house concert on July 23

Expand your musical world with Swedish-Estonian group Frander

Swedish-Estonian group Fränder blends traditional music from their respective countries and uses it as a springboard for creating a captivating experience.

The four family members’ creative harmonies and inventive arrangements produce a musical landscape focusing on stories filled with warmth, charm and love of adventure. Their group name is an old Swedish word referring to both family and kin, as well as “fellow humans,” in classic Swedish folk tradition.

Catch Frander in a ahouse concert on Monday, July 23 from 7-10 p.m. For reservations, contact; Barbara or David Denz at 250-923-6361.

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