Community Concert Association membership campaign under way
Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association is ending its 2005-06 season Thursday with world-class entertainment by German Brass.The concert, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, 19th and Blake in Glenwood, features 10 virtuoso musicians from Germany’s finest orchestras and music schools. The ensemble’s varied repertoire ranges from special arrangements by Bach and Dixieland tunes to the preludes of Chopin and Cuban and South American tangos.German Brass is the final show of the season for members of the Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association. Admission is free for the public with purchase of a membership for the 2006-07 season beginning in October.Memberships and renewals for next year’s concerts will be sold at tables set up in the lobby. As an additional benefit, local members may attend concerts in Craig, Delta and Grand Junction through a reciprocity agreement.Prices for the series are: $35 for adults; $15 for students; and $80 per family. For those able to support the series at a higher level, friends purchase one ticket for $50 or two for $100; patrons purchase four tickets for $200; and donors purchase six tickets for $500 and sponsors receive 10 tickets for $1,000. Increased levels of support are acknowledged in the programs and at the sponsor level, special recognition is given at the selected performance.For those unable to attend Thursday’s concert, renewal or new membership checks can be mailed to Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association, P.O. Box 214, Glenwood Springs 81602. Additional information is available by calling Judy at 945-5384 or Sue at 945-8722.
Thursday 7:30 p.m., German Brass, 10 virtuoso musicians from Germanys finest orchestras and music schools Oct. 10 violinist Angele Dubeau and La Pieta, a string ensemble of some of the finest women artists in Canada Nov. 5 Woods Tea Company, back by popular demand, this Vermont-based group performs bluegrass, Celtic tunes, sea chanties and folk songs March 19 The Kingston Trio, all the great memorable folk music remaining popular for 40 years May 3 Cadence, male quartet presenting jazz, popular music, doo-wop and classical music
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