Fayette artist series schedules announced 09.22.2010

Written by David Green.

The 2010-11 program schedule is complete for both the Glasgow Reed Organ Series and the Fayette Guest Artist Series.

GLASGOW—The Glasgow Series kicks off fall entertainment Oct. 10 with a concert by master organist Greg Ceurvorst.

Other shows scheduled are organ and Celtic music by Curt Tramel and Fonn Mor on Nov. 14; and master organist Martin Ellis on May 1.

GUEST ARTIST—The series opens Oct. 16 with Tu-ba Fours Tuba Quartet.

Other shows include Hellenic Dancers on Nov. 6; the Mossburg Family strings on Dec. 11; Joseph presenting folk music and story-telling March 19; and Fiddlers Re-Strung on April 16.

The Fayette Arts Council continues to make the Opera House available for rental for occasions such as reunions, receptions, meetings and holiday gatherings.

Rental rates are available for various rooms in the Opera House including the kitchen.

The Arts Council also offers to cater events in the Opera House and off-site.

For more information, call 419/237-3111.

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