Brass Quintet outdoor concert by reservation — MECC’S Goodloe Center Lawn Sept. 13
PROVIDED BY PROART FOR THE POST
The Symphony of the Mountains Brass Quintet celebrates some of the most notable brass composers of history across a variety of styles including Scott Joplin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Duke Ellington, Lennie Niehaus and more during this outdoor afternoon concert on Sunday, September 13. The performance is slated to begin at 3 p.m. Accentuate the end of the summer with some long-awaited live music as the audience spreads out on the lawn behind the Goodloe Center at Mountain Empire Community College.
Pro-Art is committed to mitigating risks while we continue to endure the ongoing public health crisis. In order to ensure appropriate social distancing, we are requiring reservations for patrons to attend the concert. For the safety of everyone involved, our patrons, performers, staff, and crew are required to wear masks for the duration of the event. Seats will be marked with your name and sufficiently distanced from other patrons while allowing patrons who share a household to sit together. Our staff will help patrons enter and exit while maintaining social distancing.
Reserve your seats for the Symphony of the Mountains Brass Quintet Outdoor Concert on Sunday, September 13 at 3 p.m. on the Goodloe Center Lawn at Mountain Empire Community College by emailing email@example.com or calling the Pro-Art office at 276/376-4520. This event is free and open to the public.
The Pro-Art Association works tirelessly to fulfill its mission to promote the arts and expand accessibility to cultural experiences for residents and students in Wise, Lee, and Dickenson Counties and the City of Norton. If you would like to help support this effort, please consider visiting proartva.org to make a tax-deductible contribution.
For updates in regards to performance modifications or if you have any questions, please visit proartva.org, call the office at 276/376-4520, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please support the Big Stone Gap Post by subscribing today!