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PrattTribune - Pratt, KS
  • Community concert tickets in the mail

  • First concert is Oct. 24.
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  • Pratt Community Concert Association (PCCA) Membership Secretary, Bev Aldrich announced that subscribers should have received their tickets for the 2013-2014 season within the past week.
    Any subscriber who does not receive these tickets should contact her at 620.672.3285 or call Janet Black at Black's Law Office 620.672.5671.
    Anyone who did not purchase a season ticket during the spring campaign may still subscribe by contacting these same numbers. Adult season tickets are $35; students pay $10, and family tickets are $75.
    Donation by benefactors to this outstanding cultural organization are also available. PCCA is a nonprofit organization whose all-volunteer board is chaired by Jan Luttrell. It is affiliated with Allied Concert Services of Plymouth Minnesota.
    The 2013-2014 season, PCCA's 75th, begins on Oct. 24 with "Trio Voronezh." This trio gives audiences classical, folk and contemporary arrangements and promises audiences a "musical adventure."
    Allan Harris, world-class singer, guitarist and songwriter brings jazz, blues and rock standards (Tony Bennett calls Harris his favorite singer) to the PCCA series on Nov. 15th.
    On Feb. 28, gifted singer and incendiary piano player Michael Kaeshammer performs.
    Mack Bailey, a former Limelighter, is the March 16th act.
    The season closes with John Davidson, singer, entertainer, and banjoist of Broadway and television fame appearing on May 22nd.
    All shows are held at Pratt Community College's Carpenter Auditorium and begin at 7 p.m.
    PCCA has reciprocal arrangements with Stanton County Area Concerts in Johnson, with Dodge City Community Concert Association and with Live on Stage II in Liberal.
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