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A Special Evening with Terry Barber: International Countertenor

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Date:
August 2
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$20 – $75
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Season
Summer
Age
All Ages

Venue

Crystal Mountain/Michigan Legacy Art Park
12500 Crystal Mountain Dr.
Thompsonville, MI United States
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Phone:
23.378.2000 x 7122

A Special Evening with Terry Barber: International Countertenor
Benefitting The Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts and

Michigan Legacy Art Park
Friday, August 2, 2019, at 7:30 PM
The Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts

Internationally-acclaimed countertenor Terry Barber will perform a special concert Friday, August 2 to benefit The Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts and Michigan Legacy Art Park, two leading nonprofit arts organizations in Northern Michigan. The evening is presented by M R Products, Inc. of Copemish.

Tickets are available now at MyNorthTickets.com. Admission for the event is $75 for Reserved Box Seats and a Private Reception with the Artist, $50 for Premium Seating and a Private Reception with the Artist, and $20 for General Admission.

“I’m so pleased to be sharing audience favorites from several of my tours in Manistee,” said Barber. “My personal mission always includes support of the arts so I’m especially proud to be involved in the success of these great organizations in the state where I was born,” he added.

The Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts manages and operates the Ramsdell Theatre under lease from the City of Manistee to be a vibrant regional center for cultural arts, education and community engagement. The RRCA is proud to serve its community and the region by programming quality arts and cultural entertainment.

Michigan Legacy Art Park is a nonprofit arts organization founded by internationally acclaimed artist David Barr in 1995 to enrich lives through experiences that connect art, nature, and Michigan’s history. Contemporary Art comes to life in the park’s permanent collection of almost 50 works, located in the midst of a 30-acre forest preserve. The Art Park hosts thousands of visitors and students annually, features miles of trails, world-class concerts outdoors, art and nature workshops, and extensive education programs. It is open every day of the year.