A world class pianist, William Devan, will be performing piano favorites from around the world. DeVan is a former faculty member at Birmingham-Southern College and he now performs regularly in New York, Los Angeles, and Paris. This will be an enjoyable evening with an engaging performer. William DeVan’s performance will be a great way to kick off the Music Club’s 2014-2015 Season!
Back by popular demand! Once again, the Maestro goes to Motown. With an 18 piece orchestra and 8 singers, the performers recreate tge exciting songs from The Temptations, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Martha & The Vandellas and Stevie Wonder! The Music Club’s concert last year was such a great success, the teachers have asked for it to be presented again this year.
Tuesday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m.
Hoover Library Auditorium
This popular concert, which was originally presented for the school children, is also being presented for the public this season! All your Motown favorites in exciting live performances, with an 18 piece orchestra and 8 singers.
To helps raise money for the Birmingham Music Club, we are asking each season ticket holder to bring one extra friend to the concert! It will be an exciting evening of musical enjoyment and fun in the wonderful Hoover Library Theater!
Watch a video from past years!
What a special evening! The Music Club returns to the intimate and elegant Clubhouse On Highland with a special presentation of a husband and wife opera singing team. Both Terrance & Tiffany have powerful, exciting voices!
Seating is limited to 100, so order your tickets today!
$25 per ticket
The Birmingham Music Club, in conjunction with Patty McDonald, continues its return to Light Opera with this classic production. It will be directed by Kristin Kenning, who is part of the faculty at Samford University and is a National Award Winner in the field of directing Light Operas. She will be assembling an all star cast with a live orchestra! After the success of The Merry Widow, there is much anticipation about this stellar production. Not be missed by anyone who loves Light Opera! The performance will also include a special tribute to Edith and Robert Bouman.
Tickets are $25 General Admission, and $20 for Students.
Tickets $20 and $25 online or at the door
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