If you'd like to attend concerts like these, consider joining the Nashua Community Concert Association.
|Birth of the Beat - Mon. Sep. 25, 2000|
|Celebrating the birth of the blues, Broadway, jazz, movie musicals, and more, Birth of the Beat takes the audience on a musical journey through he cities where these American musical genres were born. A fully staged production, Birth of the Beat features a company of 10 outstanding singers and dancers, accompanied by a 9 price show band complimented with a stunning set and authentically styled costumes.|
|Elmer Iseler Singers - Mon. Oct. 23, 2000|
|This twenty-voice chamber choir based in Toronto has built an enviable international reputation since its debut performance in 1979. With a repertoire that spans 500 years of choral music, the choir is noted for its flawless technique and wide interpretive range. The Singers perform regularly with the Toronto Symphony, and have won critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival, London's Royal Albert Hall, and Carnegie Hall.|
|Paragon Ragtime Orchestra - Tue. Nov. 28, 2000|
|Relive the dawn of Hollywood, as the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra presents two classic silent films reunited with their original scores played live by this wonderful orchestra. Between the films, the orchestra will treat you to a joy ride through the era's popular music: romantic waltzes, popular ballads, blues and marches.|
|The Limeliters - Thu. Jan. 4, 2001|
|It all began in 1959. It was springtime in Los Angeles and "Cosmo Alley" was the nightclub to frequent. Lou Gottlieb, who was working as an arranger for The Kingston Trio, just happened to be in the audience when Alwx Hassilev and Glenn Yarbrough appeared on stage to sing a duet together. It was a chance meeting...and a legendary one. Since that meeting, The Limeliters have gone through many incarnations, with the current line-up consisting of Alex Hassilev, Rick Dougherty, and Bill Zorn. As The Limeliters sail through the nineties, their unique blend of thrilling harmony, whacked out humor, and contemporary satire consistently draws standing ovations from audiences that, today, span three generations. With their energy and enthusiasm undiminished, The Limeliters remain on of the most exciting folk acts that the genre has produced.|
Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra - Tue. Mar. 20, 2001
Gabriella Imreh, Piano
|Five percussionists will join the highly acclaimed Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra to present the spectacular score to the Carmen Ballet, based on Bizet's famous opera, by Rodion Shchedrin. Paired with the Carmen Ballet will be Malediction by Franz Liszt, for piano and strings.|
|Rodrick Dixon - Tenor - Wed. May 2, 2001|
Rodrick Dixon's artistry combines a beautiful voice with a flair for acting and dancing. He has appeared on stage and in concert in a variety of dramatic roles that encompass the repertoire of opera, music theater, operetta, and contemporary works.
Note: There was a last minute change in program. Rodrick Dixon was unable to appear and Kurt Ollmann, Baritone appeared in his place.