|NB: Announcing our 2004-2005 Concert Season|
|For Immediate Release
The Nebraska Brass announces its 2004-2005 Concert Season
The Nebraska Brass is pleased announce its 2004-2005 season in Lincoln, Omaha and other Nebraska communities.
Things get started with a “bang” when percussionist Joe Holmquist joins the Brass for this season opening event.
Thursday, November 11 ● First Presbyterian Church
Friday, November 12 ● Morning Star Lutheran Church
Sunday, November 14 ● First United Methodist Church
A Nebraska Brass Christmas
Enjoy an unforgettable performance of traditional holiday favorites at our most popular series concert.
Thursday, December 2 ● First Presbyterian Church
Friday, December 3 ● Broadway United Methodist Church
Saturday, December 4 ● Minden Opera House
Sunday, December 5 ● St. Mark's United Methodist Church
Nebraska Brass and Friends
The Lincoln Civic Orchestra joins the Brass
Friday, February 4 ● O'Donnell Auditorium,
Sunday, February 6 ● Strauss Performing Arts Center
The Nebraska Brass invites community and student musicians to join them on stage for this special event.
Friday, March 11 ● O'Donnell Auditorium, NWU Campus
Saturday, March 12 ● Hevelone Center for Performing Arts
Sunday, March 13 ● Strauss Performing Arts Center
Traditional brass music with a twist, including music by Randall Snyder, acclaimed UNL Composer in Residence.
Thursday, April 28 ● West Hills Presbyterian Church
Friday, April 29 ● Westminster Presbyterian Church
Sunday, May 1 ● First United Methodist Church
For the 2004-2005 season, the Nebraska Brass is pleased to offer the Season Brass Pass. Including a bonus admission, the Pass entitles the ticket holder to a total of six (6) admissions, which may be used to attend any concert in any city. Passholders may bring five friends to one concert, or use all six admissions to attend any combination of performances. The Season Brass Pass is $60 for Adults and $48 for Seniors.
Single admission tickets in Lincoln and Omaha are $15 for Adults and $12 for Seniors (65+). Single admission tickets in surrounding communities are $12 for Adults and $10 for Seniors. Children & Students (with valid I.D.) are FREE. Tickets are available for purchase at the door the night of the concert, or in advance by calling the Nebraska Brass business office at (402) 477-7899.
Since its founding as a non-profit organization in 1987, the Nebraska Brass has become one of the Midwest 's most popular brass quintets. The ensemble performs an annual series of five concert sets, presented in Lincoln, Omaha and surrounding communities. Members of the Nebraska Brass include: Dean Haist , trumpet and Executive Director; Brad Obbink , trumpet; Richard Ricker , French horn; Mark Mendell , trombone; John Thomason , tuba.
For more information, contact Zee Zgud at (402) 477-7899.
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