The Ross Ragland And Klamath Symphony Present Fresh Aire!

Let’s Go To The SYMPHONY!

On Saturday night, May 8th at 7:30 pm, the Ross Ragland Theater Klamath Symphony will be presenting a concert that just might be what we all need – a little “Fresh Aire!”

It has been a  very long year of lockdowns, lockouts, shutdowns and sheltering in place. This will be a concert full of engaging crowd pleasers for everyone. From Dvorak’s “New World Symphony, 2nd Movement” to a romping trumpet trio playing “Bugler’s Holiday.”

“The goal is to perform a little bit of everything for those who enjoy the Klamath Symphony,”  says Dan Conrad who will be conducting the entire concert. “I like to show off how various  players shine in all styles of entertainment.”  

Chris Benjamin will be a featured singer in Oklahoma’s “Oh What a Beautiful Morning,” and a  medley of “Wonderful Worlds.”

“There is so much talent on stage, it’s difficult to decide who to  feature in every concert,” says Conrad. 

Other music will include a Beatles medley, selections from Pirates of the Caribbean, a Disney  compilation, Londonberry Aire, and Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever.” 

Limited tickets for the May 8th concert are $15 and available from the Ross Ragland ticket office, online at rrtheater.org or by phone at 541-884-5483 and a streaming option is available for  those who want to participate from home.

The Ross Ragland Theater is located at 200 North 7th Street in Klamath Falls. Telephone 541- 884-LIVE (5483) for ticket information and reservations or visit the theater’s website at  www.rrtheater.org for additional details. The box office is open 12-3 M-W-F and two hours prior  to show time the day of any weekend show.

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