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The Edelweiss Choir of Santa Barbara is looking for singers to participate in an April 2012 tour of Chile. Auditions will be held for all positions between October 10 and November 10. For info, call Julia Neufeld at 967-5965 before October 10.

ACROSS THE UNIVERSE

The Westmont Museum of Art celebrates its 25th anniversary this Friday, September 2, with the opening of Eric and Heather ChanSchatz: Universal Platform. The husband-and-wife duo will exhibit a variety of contemporary multimedia works that explore communal relationships. For info, call or visit westmont.edu.

YOUNG FOLKS

On Saturday, September 17, the Music Academy of the West will hold auditions for MERIT Extended, a classical chamber music program for instrumentalists ages 11-18. Applications and references can be sent to 1070 Fairway Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108-2899, and must be postmarked by September 10. Visit musicacademy.org/school/merit-program.

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