AmiciMusic Presents: OVER THERE - A celebration of WWI for Veterans Day Sat Nov 10th 2018 at 2pm


Tickets:
$18 in advance
$20 at the door 
(Veterans Admitted for Half Price)






A POWERFUL SHOW CREATED AND DIRECTED BY FRANCIS CULLINAN
FEATURING SINGERS JACQUELYN CULPEPPER AND DAN BOYE

A special show commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Acclaimed Director Francis Cullinan has created, directed, and will narrate this program that features some of the great songs of the era.  

Soprano Jacquelyn Culpepper 
and 
Bass-Baritone Dan Boye, 
both from Davidson College, 
will join pianist/Artistic Director 
Daniel Weiser 
in this nostalgic and thought-provoking show. 


They will perform fun hits from the era including “Alexander’s Ragtime Band and Give My Regards to Broadway,” patriotic songs such as “You’re a Grand Old Flag” and “God Bless America” and some of the more tragic songs about the horrors of war including “I Didn’t Raise my Boy to be a Soldier” and “Danny Boy.” 

 Come celebrate all of our Veterans on this special program for Veterans Day weekend.

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This concert is part of a special Veteran’s Day Weekend celebration in Black Mountain that is being organized by Paws and Effect, a new organization in the region that is dedicated to placing service dogs with deserving Veterans and disabled children with complex needs. 
 Check out their website at:

 Come support their great mission and all the area Veterans with this thrilling and nostalgic program of music from the World War I era.

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About AmiciMusic:

AmiciMusic  is a non-profit chamber music organization based in Asheville, NC and Baltimore, MD, founded by pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser. It is dedicated to performing chamber music in intimate venues such as private homes and non-traditional spaces, including bars, libraries, Churches, retirement homes, and more.

AmiciMusic, meaning “music among friends,” seeks to break down barriers between performers and audience through brief discussions of each composer on their programs and by promoting a relaxed and informal atmosphere at concerts in order to encourage new concert-goers to enjoy the energy of the performances and the spirit of community and camaraderie.