Clarinet Fusion at the Pleasant Hill Senior Center
Nine Musicians Performing on Six Different Types of Clarinets
Clarinet Fusion, a Pleasant Hill based musical group, will return to the Pleasant Hill Senior Center for an encore performance on July 10th. This Clarinet Choir performed last December in the first ever musical concert held at the Senior Center. They were warmly received not only by the members, but also by music lovers of all ages including grandchildren dancing in the aisles.
In the upcoming performance Clarinet Fusion will take you on “A Musical Excursion” playing a wide variety of dances and marches from around the world. They will also be premiering a special arrangement of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice written especially for them. Clarinet Fusion recently performed this piece as part of a Chamber Music Workshop hosted by San Francisco Symphony’s Community of Music Makers. The selection for this honor (for the 3rd year in a row) is a huge reward for their great efforts to bring their vibrant sound to Bay Area music lovers.
The upcoming show is truly one of sight and sound. You will see clarinets that do not look like anything you have ever seen and you will hear unique sounds that you have likely not ever heard.
Clarinet Fusion will be performing on six different types of clarinets from very small high pitched ones to VERY big deep, rich ones. The group is made up of musicians from throughout the East Bay and they rehearse every week right here in Pleasant Hill at the home of Karyn Weber, founder of Clarinet Fusion.
Please join us for this unique event.
Doors open at 6:15pm. Refreshments will be served prior to the concert.
Presale admission $5, or $8 at the door
For more info and to purchase tickets call: 925-798-8788
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