Clarinet Fusion Returns
Nov 27, 2016 09:52AM
● By Becky Coburn
Clarinet Fusion, the Bay Area’s premiere clarinet choir, returns to the Pleasant Hill Senior Center on Thursday, December 8, at 7pm. With musical selections spanning all ages, this special performance is a great opportunity for the entire family. This is Clarinet Fusion’s fifth performance at the center. These fine musicians thoroughly enjoy the great reception they receive, and their audience grows with each return.
At this event, a trio of beautiful voices from a local church joins us for special tunes and leads us all in a holiday sing-along. We will have a few distinct tunes for the younger folks, including “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen and a medley of music from Pirates of the Caribbean. And, of course, we will be playing many of your old favorites. Music lovers of all ages will enjoy this wonderful new program!
It is exciting to see youngsters dancing to the tunes, delighting both their parents and grandparents. Let your children and grandchildren get up close and see these grand instruments; introduce budding young musicians to the wonders of music and encourage them to learn to play.
The nine musicians from Clarinet Fusion will perform on six uniquely different clarinets, from the small and high-pitched E-flat to the low-toned big daddy of the clarinet family, the double B-flat contrabass.
Come early to enjoy seeing the wide variety of clarinets on display. The musicians of Clarinet Fusion will set up tables full of wonderful and unique clarinets to share. The musicians will also be available to answer questions from young and old alike.
This is a great opportunity to enhance the interest of young people in the wonderful world of music and musical performance.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Presale admission is $5 or $8 at the door. For more info and to purchase tickets, call 925-798-8788.