Grammy Award winner Melissa Manchester will appear at Paramount Center for the Arts Sept. 14.
Manchester to perform at Paramount Center for the Arts
Grammy Award winner Melissa Manchester will perform at Paramount Center for the Arts, 518 State Street, Bristol, on Sept. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Manchester was nominated for a Grammy in 1978 and 1979 and received the Grammy Award in 1982 for Best Female Vocalist. In 2010, she co-created and starred in the five-time Ovation Award nominated ballroom dance spectacular “Fascinating Rhythms” at the Rubicon Theatre, and her song “I Know Who I Am,” co-written with Joanna Cotton and Greg Barnhill, was recorded by Leona Lewis for the Tyler Perry feature film “For Colored Girls Only.” Visit her website at http://melissa-manchester.com.
Tickets are $35 for adults, $31.50 for seniors/students, $28 for student w/ID, $30 for group of 10 or more. Tickets may be purchased through the Paramount box office at 274-8920 or online at www.etix.com.
JCSO to present annual
The Johnson City Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Robert Seebacher will present their free pops concert Sunday, Sept. 8, at Winged Deer Park at 6 p.m. The concert is sponsored by the Johnson City Press. Pack up a picnic supper, your lawn chairs or a blanket and the family and come listen to marches, movie music, show tunes and your pops favorites on the shore of Boone Lake.
This annual musical gift to the community precedes the regular subscription season, which opens Oct. 12. Featuring cellist Cherylonda Fitzgerald, the October concert includes music by Antonin Dvorak and Jean Sibelius.
Information about the rest of the season and season tickets will be available at the Winged Deer Park concert.
For more information about the JCSO and its 44th season, “Dreams & Inspirations,” call the JCSO office at 926-8742 or visit www.jcsymphony.com.
The concert at Winged Deer is free, but contributions will be gladly accepted.
The orchestra is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Tennessee Arts Commission.comments powered by Disqus