Magic and Music are in the Air at the Glema!

Madisonville Community College’s Glema Mahr Center for the Arts has established a reputation for presenting a wide array of artistic genres, from string quartets to rock & roll. “The Fall 2017 season is no exception.” explains Center Director Brad Downall.  “The audience will be wowed with the magic of Mike Super, floored by the brilliance of the Attacca Quartet, and taken on a ‘Free Ride’ with The Edgar Winter Band.”

The Center Stage Series, the Family Special, both Special Events and Hopkins County Combined High Schools’ production of West Side Story will be set in the Glema’s 1,018 seat auditorium, while the Chamber Music and Coffeehouse Series has the audience seated on the stage in an intimate setting.

The Center Stage Series, the Family Special, both Special Events and Hopkins County Combined High Schools’ production of West Side Story will be set in the Glema’s 1,018 seat auditorium, while the Chamber Music and Coffeehouse Series has the audience seated on the stage in an intimate setting.

The Center Stage lineup, sponsored by Baptist Health Madisonville, Old National Bank, Hopkins County Tourist & Convention Commission, and Watermark Toyota, includes The Edgar Winter Band on Friday, October 6, Kathy Mattea on Thursday, November 2, and a Christmas concert with country icons Kellie Pickler & Phil Vassar on Friday, December 8. The Glema’s US Bank Family Special is sure to be a hit with all ages as America’s Got Talent Finalist Mike Super astonishes with his magic and illusions Thursday, September 28 at 7 p.m.

The Glema Mahr Chamber Music Series will present Attacca Quartet on September 25 and welcomes back pianist Alon Goldstein as part of the Tempest Trio on December 11. The Hancock Bank & Trust Coffeehouse Series features a cappella group Linkin’ Bridge on Thursday, September 14, and New Orleans jazz legend Henry Butler on November 20.

First United Bank & Trust’s Proud Partnership brings you Hopkins County Schools’ production of West Side Story on November 17 & 18. Dulcimer virtuoso Aaron O’Rourke performs & conducts a workshop on September 30, and A Community Christmas, featuring the MCC Singers & area ensembles, graces the stage on Friday, December 1, to round out the season.

For additional information visit the Center’s webpage www.glemacenter.org, or call 270-821-2787.

Season Packages go on sale Tuesday, July 25, 2017. Single Tickets sales for all performances start August 1, 2017.

Everything Ticket (all 11 shows at 30% off): $160, 6-10 performances (20% discount), 3-5 performances (10% discount)

Seniors – 10% discount; Students & Children under 12 – 25% discount unless higher discount for specific show

The Glema Mahr Center for the Arts is located on the campus of Madisonville Community College, 2000 College Drive, Madisonville, KY, 42431.

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