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Neeman Piano Duo Performs at ABAC Arts Series October 19

October 9, 2017

Two pianists playing on the same piano will produce a fantastic sound to delight the audience when the ABAC Presents! Performing Arts Series at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College features The Neeman Piano Duo on Oct. 19. The performance will be held at 7 p.m. in Howard Auditorium on the campus of ABAC.

The husband and wife team of Edward and Stephanie Neeman will perform “Artistry for Twenty Fingers,” a four-hands concert – two pianists playing on the same piano.  They are acclaimed throughout the United States, Asia, and Australia for their wide-ranging repertoire encompassing classical masterpieces and duets by the composers of today as well as arrangements of popular tunes and Broadway hits.

Other performances in the ABAC performing arts series include the Three Redneck Tenors on Jan. 16, the Olney Theatre’s National Players production of “The Great Gatsby” on Feb. 1, the California Guitar Trio on Feb. 15, Andy Lagrimas (piano) and Jared Starr (violin) for “An Evening at the Cinema” on March 15, and saxophonist Tim Green on April 19.

ABAC Arts Connection Director Wayne Jones said the national tour of “Tuesdays with Morrie” featuring Jamie Farr, originally scheduled in the series for Nov. 30, has been cancelled due to visa problems with the production.  A replacement performance is currently in the works.  Ticketholders will be contacted individually.

Tickets for the entire series are $80 for adults and $25 for students under 18 years of age. Individual ticket costs vary based on the performance.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.purplepass.com/abac or by phone at (229) 391-4895.

The ABAC Presents! Performing Arts Series is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly.  The Georgia Council for the Arts also receives support from its partner agency-the National Endowment for the Arts.   Series sponsors for this year’s lineup include Bell Plantation and Tift Regional Health System.
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