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Here's a look at this week's concert calendar.FIDDLESTICKS, Monday, June 7, 7:30 p.m., Vernon Worthen Park, St. George. Made up of three teenage sisters and their father, Fiddlesticks has played for events throughout Utah and Maryland, performing a variety of continental European, contemporary American folk and Mormon pioneer music, as well as Klezmer and original works. Free.

THE UTAH VALLEY HANDBELL CHOIR, Monday, June 7, 7 p.m., Provo City's North Park, will play a variety of songs ranging from religious to popular, as well as some original compositions specifically for handbells. Entrance fee is $1.

ENOCH TRAIN, Tuesday, June 8, 12 p.m., Murray Park Gazebo. The instrumental contemporary American folk ensemble will perform traditional and original melodies from around the world. This is the first in Murray Park's '99 summer lunch concert season. Enoch Train will perform at the park's Pavilion No. 5, located to the south of the swimming pool. Free.

MOUNTAIN JUBILEE CHORUS, Tuesday, June 8, 8 p.m., Brigham Young Historical Park. A local chapter of Sweet Adelines International, this women's barbershop chorus will perform several choreographed musical pieces. Free.

THE LONGMONT CHILDREN'S CHORALE, Wednesday, June 9, 7:30 p.m, Temple Square Assembly Hall. Touring from Colorado, this group will perform a program of classic, folk, sacred and contemporary music. The Salt Lake City International Children's Choir will join the chorale for the final numbers. Free.

LORRAINE HORSTMANSHOFF AND PANJAM, Thursday, June 10, 6:30 p.m., MTC Park on the Ogden River Parkway. Performing an evening of tropical steel drums, Panjam will precede New Zealander Lorraine Horstmanshoff on her mesmerizing Australian aboriginal didgeridoo. Free.

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY FOLKLORE PROGRAM, Thursday, June 10, 7 p.m., USU Eccles Conference Center, USU Harrison Auditorium. Featuring the Anton Family and the KlezBros, this performance will include Lebanese folk music and Jewish Klezmer. Free.

COLORS, Friday, June 11, 8 p.m., Brigham Young Historical Park. This contemporary acoustic folk group will perform an evening of instrumental and vocal music. Free.

KEMAL GEKIC, Friday, June 11, 7:30 p.m., Temple Square Assembly Hall. Gekic, a jurist for the Bachaur Competition, will perform a Handel suite, works by Ravel and Scriabin and a sonata by Beethoven. Free.

MATT BUSHMAN AND THE JERSEY STOPOVER, Friday, June 11, 8 p.m, Springville Arts Park. Performing an evening of acoustic folk music, Bushman and his band will entertain with his story telling and folk rock. Free.

THE MEN'S CHOIR, Saturday, June 12, 7 p.m., All Saints Episcopal Church. Bringing an end to its 1998-'99 season, the Men's Choir will perform a variety show featuring musical favorites that celebrate the diverse talent within the community. Tickets sold at the door.

TRUDY LAU AND URSULA WANG, Saturday, June 12, 7:30 p.m., Temple Square Assembly Hall. Duo-pianists since 1991, Lau and Wang will perform "Six Pieces for Piano," "Four Hands" by Schoeberg and works by Schubert, Debussy and Brahms. Free.