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OTTAWA — Ottawa Concert Association will present the Prairie Brass Band in concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14 in the Central Intermediate School auditorium, 711 E. McKinley Road.
The band is made up of volunteer musicians from the Chicago area who work to promote the appreciation of brass instruments.
They use the typical English instrumentation: coronets for trumpets, tenor horn instead of the French horn, both euphonius and baritone, and E flat and B flat tubas and percussion.
Concert attendance is by membership. There still is time to buy a membership for the final three concerts at the door at this concert. Cost is $35 for adults, $10 for students and $75 for family. The spring concerts are Ilya Yakushev, virtuoso Russian pianist; and Two on Tap, song and dance team.
The concert board has announced the concerts for next season. They include John Davidson, TV, Broadway singer; Long Live The King, the music of Nat King Cole; Gold Wing Express, three brothers and their father singing Native American and Bluegrass; and Colleen Raye, an evening at the cabaret.
For information call Karen Borchsenius (815) 496-9208 or David Manigold (815) 434-0425.
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