Globe-Miami Community Concert Association season coming soon

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The Globe-Miami Community Concert Association is continuing its commitment to bring talented, nationally recognized, musical entertainment to the area at a price the entire family can afford.

Slated to perform this season are: The Burnett Family Bluegrass, Oct. 18; pianist Thorsten Juul-Borre, Nov. 5; The Phoenix Boys Choir, Dec. 2; Bartholomew Faire, Jan. 24; Swing Fever, Feb. 19 and The Paul McDermand Trio, March 21.

The price to attend all six concerts is $35 for adults and $10 for students, this is about $6per concert for an adult and just over $1 for a student. A family membership is $80 for one or more students with a single parent family price of $45.

The Globe-Miami Community Concert association will kick-off this season with the Burnett Family Bluegrass Band on Thurs., Oct. 18,at 7 p.m. at the Miami High auditorium. This is family music at its best with hard driving instrumentals and fine-tuned harmonies.

After winning the coveted 2004 Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition, the family was hand-selected by the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) for a command performance in Nashville, TN. The Burnett Family Bluegrass has proven themselves to be one of the up-and-coming bands on the Bluegrass fast track.

For more information, call 928-425-6466 or 928-425-9236.

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