Four acts scheduled for Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series

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Four acts scheduled for Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series

Mountain Smoke

Mountain Smoke

 
Mountain Smoke will kick off the Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series at Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Tuesday, Oct. 28, as the first of four scheduled acts for the season.

The longtime blue grass band with 40 years of producing music was voted “Oklahoma’s Favorite Band” by the reader’s poll in the Daily Oklahoman and “Oklahoma’s Best Country Band” by the Oklahoma Gazette Music Awards. Infused with elements of country and folk, the power of ‘newgrass’, and mountain ballads, Mountain Smoke captivates their audience with its original songs and music they have adapted to their unique style.

All Concert Series performances will be in Herod Hall Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.  Season tickets are now available at Holder Drug, the NWOSU Bookstore, Graceful Arts Center, Rialto or by calling (580) 327-8692. Adult season tickets are $40, and student season tickets are $20. Tickets to individual performances will be sold on an “as available” basis at $15 for adults and $10 for students.

Bravo Brass Quintet  
Bravo Brass Quintet

The Bravo Brass Quintet will perform Tuesday, Dec. 2. Founded in 1993 the Bravo Brass Quintet is a versatile and dynamic chamber ensemble composed of the full-time professional brass musicians of the Tulsa Philharmonic. Bravo Brass performs a full range of musical styles including baroque, light classics, jazz, contemporary and Broadway and is committed to the full concert experience. Each program includes some music history, humor and audience-performer interaction.

Breath of Soul will bring in the 2015 Concert Series acts Tuesday, Feb. 3. Pop a cappella band and winners of the 2012 Lady Antebellum a cappella contest, Breath of Soul is taking contemporary a cappella to new levels with their powerhouse performance style, unexpected arrangements and well-crafted original songs.

The final act in the 14-15 Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series is Perpetual Motion Dance Tuesday, March 10. Known for innovative choreography and three-dimensional performances, Perpetual Motion Dance is an Oklahoma City based non-profit dance company.  Founded in 2002, Perpetual Motion Dance has since grown to become the premier modern and aerial dance company in Oklahoma. 

This year, seven different sponsorship packages are being offered, each including season tickets, reserved seating and program advertisements.

 Breath of Soul

Breath of Soul

The sponsorship packages are as follows:

Member, $150 to $249 contribution—three season tickets, seating in reserved section and name recognition in concert program.

Partner, $250 to $349 contribution—five season tickets, seating in reserved section and name recognition in concert program.

Friend, $350 to $499 Contribution—seven season tickets, seating in reserved section, name recognition in concert program and a quarter-page ad in concert program.

Associate, $500 to $749 contribution—nine season tickets, seating in reserved section, name recognition in concert program and a quarter-page ad in concert program.

Sustainer, $750 to $999 contribution—11 season tickets, seating in reserved section, name recognition in concert program and a half-page ad in concert program.

Patron, $1,000 to $4,999 contribution—18 season tickets, seating in reserved section, name recognition in concert program and a full-page ad in concert program.

Benefactor, $5,000 or more contribution—25 season tickets, seating in reserved section, name recognition in concert program and a full-page ad in concert program.

Perpetual Motion Dance

Perpetual Motion Dance

The reserved seating section at each concert will be held until five minutes prior to the performance.

Anyone interested in buying a sponsorship package or tickets, contact Dr. Irene Messoloras, chair of the Department of Fine Arts, at (580) 327-8692 or irmessoloras@nwosu.edu.

The Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series is supported by the Alva Tourism Convention Development Committee, the Oklahoma Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Charles Morton Share Trust.

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