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Series Premier, 10.4.24

Seraph Brass: Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, arranged by Jeff Luke

Seraph Brass: Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, arranged by Jeff Luke

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October 04, 2024

7:30 PM

“As an ensemble, Seraph Brass delivers music both bright and warm, consistently playing with satisfying tone qualities that, when delivered at their skill levels, make brass music endearing.”



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Thank you for your interest in the Hart Community Performing Arts Series.  All concerts are held in the Hart Public Schools Auditorium, located in the Hart Middle School at 308 W. Johnson St. in Hart. The Series is entering its 25rd season, presenting the finest in classical music, jazz, voice, and dance to our community  and to the students in our area schools. The Series is a nonprofit community endeavor, funded by local patrons.  Those friends have allowed the Series to grow and prosper, to the point where we are able to present fine artists from across the region, the nation, and, indeed, the entire globe! 

A fundamental aspect of the Series is that each of the artists who come to Hart is asked to present to students in addition to their evening concerts. These student presentations are conducted through an ongoing collaboration with the Hart Public Schools and the support of the school district has been a vital aspect of the series since its inception. Over the years, our supporters have allowed us to provide many thousands of student experiences with the fine performing arts. The supporters who make this series possible constitute a unique community, composed of individuals, organizations, and businesses who are dedicated to enriching the cultural life of our community and broadening the cultural experiences of our students.  We are tremendously grateful to each of them and hope that you will choose to join them!

There are multiple ways in which you can support the series. You can purchase season tickets or become a silver, gold, or platinum level patron. You can sponsor the series by buying a display ad in our season-long program. Information on all of these ways to provide support can be found on our "tickets" page. You will also find there a link to the 2024-2025 support level form. If you need any further information about the series, please contact Artistic Director, Tom Kirk.


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