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  Press Release: Lincoln Civic Orchestra: From This Isle (11/11/2000)  

PRESS RELEASE, November 2000

The Lincoln Civic Orchestra proudly announces its first concert of the 2000-2001 Concert Season.  The concert is entitled "From This Isle," and will feature as guest artist Soprano Jana Holzmeier.  The concert will be held on Sunday, November 19, 2000, in O'Donnell Auditorium on the campus of Nebraska Wesleyan University, located at 50th and Huntington streets in Lincoln.  The concert will begin at 3:00 p.m.  Questions regarding access to the multi-story facility should be directed to the Nebraska Wesleyan University Department of Music at (402) 465-2268 in advance of the event.

Selections to be performed:

  • Flourish for Wind Band, by Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • Music from "The Gordian Knot Untied", by Henry Purcell, edited by Gustav Holst
  • "Rejoice Greatly" & "I Know My Redeemer Liveth" from Messiah, by George Frederick Handel (with Guest Artist)
  • A Somerset Rhapsody, Op. 21, No. 2, by Gustav Holst
  • The Walk to the Paradise Garden (Intermezzo from the opera "A Village Romeo and Juliet), by Frederick Delius, arranged by Thomas Beecham
  • Pomp & Circumstance Military March No. 4, Op. 39, No. 4, by Edward Elgar

About Our Guest Artist...

Soprano Jana Holzmeier is currently an Assistant Professor of Music and Coordinator of the Voice Area at Nebraska Wesleyan university in Lincoln, Nebraska.  A native of Kirksville, Missouri, she began her musical studies at age fourteen as a student of Kathleen Dawson.  She received a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Northea


  Press Release: Lincoln Civic Orchestra: 2000-2001 Concert Season (9/12/2000)  

PRESS RELEASE, October 2000

The Lincoln Civic Orchestra announces its 2000-2001 concert season:

The 2000-2001 concert season will include three performances that will all be presented at O'Donnell Auditorium on the campus of Nebraska Wesleyan University, located at 50th and Huntington Streets in Lincoln, beginning at 3:00 p.m.  Questions regarding access to the multi-story facility should be directed to the Nebraska Wesleyan Department of Music at (402) 465-2268 in advance of the event.

Sunday, November 19. 2000
"From This  Isle"
All British program featuring works of Holst, Elgar, Purcell, Handel, Delius, and Vaughn Williams

Sunday, February 25, 2001
"Triple Concerto"
Mozart, Mendelssohn and more!
Beethoven:  Concerto in C, Op 56, 'Triple Concert' for Trio & Orchestra
Featuring - The Duvall Trio
Also featuring - NWU Senior Student Concerto Competition Winner

Sunday, April 29, 2001
"At The Movies"
Pops Concert featuring music from motion pictures.  Concert will feature several exciting and talented local vocal soloists

General Admission

Student $2
Senior (65+) $4
Adult $6

  Site News is being updated (3/25/2001)  
It will be chronologically out of order for a few days until the database gets completely populated.

  Press Release: Nebraska Brass: A Nebraska Brass Christmas (11/01/2000)  

The Nebraska Brass announces their second concerts of the 2001-2002 season:

"A Nebraska Brass Christmas"

Thursday, December 6, 2001, First United Methodist, 815 North Broad Street
Freemont, NE --    7:30 pm

Saturday, December 8, 2001, Dundee Presbyterian, 5312 Underwood Avenue
Omaha, NE -- 7:30 pm

Sunday, December 9, 2001, St. Marks United Methodist, 8550 Pioneers Boulevard
Lincoln, NE -- 7:30 pm

"A Nebraska Brass Christmas" is the title of these concerts, which will include the following selections:  "Joy to the World," "Coventry Carol," "Noel Nouvelet," "Jingle Bells," "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," "We Three Kings," "Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Sleight Ride," and others.

Tickets may be purchased at the door the night(s) of the concerts, or in advance by contacting the business office at (402) 477-7889, 216 North 11th Street, Suite 202, Lincoln, NE 68508-1401.  Single admission ticket price for Lincoln and Omaha are:  Student, $6; Senior Citizen, $9; Adult, $12*.

*Single admission prices for Fremont only are:  Student, $5; Senior Citizen, $8; Adult, $10.

Season memberships are available at a pro-rated price and are good in any city:  Student, $19; Senior (65+), $29; Adult, $38; Family (2 adults max), $88.

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, please contact the Nebraska Brass Business Office at Arts Incorporated (402) 477-7899.


For more information please see the NB Home Page.

  Press Release: Nebraska Brass: Back to Bach (10/01/2000)  

PRESS RELEASE, October 2000

The Nebraska Brass announces their first concerts of the 2000-2001 season:

"Back to Bach"

Lincoln

Omaha

"Back to Bach"
Nebraska Brass Salutes the Millennium

Friday, October 27, 2000
Grace Lutheran
2225 Washington Street

Saturday, October 28, 2000
Covenant Presbyterian
15002 Blondo Street

All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets may be used in either city.

General Admission

Student $6
Senior (65+) $9
Adult $12

"Back to Bach" is the title of this concert, which will include the following selections:  Fugue, in G minor (The Little), Prelude & Fugue in C Major, Toccata & Fugue in D minor, all by J.S. Bach;  Scherzo and Lied, by Ludwig Maurer, edited by Robert Nagel; Four Swiss Tunes, arranged by Elga


For more information please see the NB Home Page.

  Press Release: Nebraska Brass: 2000-2001 Concert Season (9/15/2000)  

PRESS RELEASE, September 2000

The Nebraska Brass announces its 2000-2001 concert season

The Nebraska Brass proudly announces its 2000-2001 concert season with a series of five concerts to be presented in both Lincoln and Omaha.  Please not that this year's concerts will be presented in different venues.

Omaha Lincoln

"Back to Bach"

Saturday, October 28. 2000
Covenant Presbyterian
15002 Blondo Street
Friday, October 27, 2000
Grace Lutheran
2225 Washington Street

"A Nebraska Brass Christmas"

Friday, December 1, 2000
Morning Star Lutheran
331 South 85th Avenue
Sunday, December 17, 2000
St. Mark's United Methodist
8550 Pioneers Boulevard

"Nebraska Brass and Friends"

Friday, February 23, 2001
Presbyterian Church of the Cross
1517 South 114th Street
Saturday, February 24, 2001
First Presbyterian
840 South 17th

"2001, A Brass Odyssey"<


For more information please see the NB Home Page.

  Press Release: Nebraska Brass: Christmas Time (12/10/2000)  

PRESS RELEASE, December 2000

The Nebraska Brass announces their second CD release of the 2000-2001 season:
"Christmas Time"

The Nebraska Brass proudly announces the release of their latest CD entitled "Christmas Time", a collection of 20 all-time favorite Christmas selections, performed by Nebraska's outstanding brass quintet.

"Christmas Time" is the second CD release by the Nebraska Brass this year.  The earlier CD, "By Request", was released in June of 2000, and includes both classical and pop arrangements that the Nebraska Brass has been requested to perform many times throughout the last ten years.  Both of these CDs are available at Nebraska Brass concerts, and/or by calling the Nebraska Brass business office, Arts Incorporated: (402) 477-7899.

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 please see the NB Home Page.

  Press Release: Thursday Night Jazz Series (3/15/2001)  

The Thursday Night Jazz Series is proud to announce that the Joe Cartiwright Trio will perform at world famous  P.O. Pears, located at 322 South 9th Street, Lincoln, NE, on Thursday, November 16th from 7:30 - 10:00 pm.  The Kansas City Group was originally scheduled to perform on September 20th, but was rescheduled due to circumstances surrounding the events of September 11th.

Pianist Joe Cartwright has performed with such jazz luminaries as Bill Watrous, Rob McConnell, Karrin Allyson, and Kevin Mahogany.  He has produced and performed on more than 15 recordings in the last 17 years.

This concert is sponsored by Butch Berman and the Berman Music Foundation.

For more information, please contact the business office of the Thursday Night Jazz Series at Arts Incorporated, (402 477-8008.


   Nebraska Brass Christmas Tour (12/02/2000)  
The Nebraska Brass will perform their Christmas Concert in the following communities: Columbus 12/7, Holdrege 12/8, Minden 12/9 & 12/23, Albion 12/10. For more information contact the Nebraska Brass nb@artsincorporated.org

For more information please see the NB Home Page.

   Online Calendar of Events is online! (11/30/2000)  
The calendar link now has a complete listing of all the upcoming events. Click here to see the calendar to check for an event that you do not want to miss!

 
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