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Dec 11 concert Places We Can No Longer Go” at Baldwin Auditorium at Duke University

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The Duke-UNC Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, the Alzheimer’s Association Eastern NC Chapter, and the NC Registry for Brain Health are supporting this event and will have tables set up in the lobby with information about brain health and dementia research. Attached is the flyer to the concert.

Performed by: The Durham Medical Orchestra

Featuring: Premiere of “Places We Can No Longer Go” by world-renowned composer John Mackey. This piece is a musical exploration of Mackey’s experience with his mother’s journey through Alzheimer’s disease.

When:Sunday, December 11 at 3 pm ET

Where:Baldwin Auditorium at Duke University, East campus. The performance will also be live streamed on YouTube. To access the livestream link, please visit the Durham Medical Orchestra events page.

Cost: Admission is free. The Baldwin auditorium seats 685 individuals, no tickets are needed.

We would love to see you all there or livestreaming it. It is free and everyone is welcome.


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