|Nebraska Brass Presents: "Homegrown"|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, February 2011
NEBRASKA BRASS PRESENTS: "Homegrown"
Contact: Nebraska Brass: (402) 477-7899, email@example.com
Join the Nebraska Brass for the fourth concert series of the season, "Homegrown." The Nebraska Brass will present a concert featuring the music of Nebraska composers, some commissioned by the Nebraska Brass. The Nebraska Brass will be performing this concert series in Kearney, Omaha, Norfolk, and Lincoln.
"Homegrown" will include selections such as "Partita Antico" by John Cheetham; "This Old Man March" by Robert Nagel; "The Harlem Rag" by Tom Turpin; and "Red" from "Prism: The Dance of Light" by Nolan E. Schmit.
Nebraska Brass Concert Information:
Sunday, March 13, 2011 ? 3:00 pm
Faith United Methodist
1623 Central Avenue, Kearney
Sunday, March 20, 2011 ? 3:00 pm
St. Andrew's United Methodist
15050 West Maple Road, Omaha
Saturday, March 26, 2011 ? 7:30 pm
605 South 5th Street, Norfolk
Sunday, March 27, 2011 ? 3:00 pm
2110 Sheridan Boulevard, Lincoln
Lincoln & Omaha: Adult: $15 · Senior: $12 · Students Free
Kearney & Norfolk: Adult: $12 · Senior: $10 · Students Free
Tickets are available at the door at each concert or in advance by contacting the Nebraska Brass business office at (402) 477-7899 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Nebraska Brass is also offering the Season Brass Pass for the 2010-2011 season. The pass entitles you to a total of six (6) admissions, which may be used to attend any concert in any city. Bring five friends with you to one concert, or use your six admissions to attend any combination of performances. The cost is: Adults $65 and Seniors $50. Season Brass Passes are offered to new subscribers at 50% off the regular price. Students are always admitted free.
The Nebraska Brass, founded in 1987, includes members Dean Haist, trumpet; Brad Obbink, trumpet; Richard Ricker, horn; Mark Mendell, trombone; and Ken Kielniarz, tuba. In addition to performing five sets of concerts each season, the Nebraska Brass provides educational outreach to elementary school students through the Brass Goes to School program.
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