Dillon concert series lineup

2011-04-22T00:15:00Z Dillon concert series lineup Montana Standard
April 22, 2011 12:15 am

DILLON — A variety of musical genres are represented in the Dillon Concert Association’s 2011-2012 concert series beginnning in October. The schedules follows.

Tuesday, Oct. 18 — Mexico’s leading brass quintet, Metales M5, will break the barriers of musical genres as they take the Blues to the Opera and Bach to the roads of Michoacan. This festive group is fresh, funny and entertaining.

Tuesday, Nov. 22 — Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Roe of Anderson and Roe will thrill a Dillon audience as a four-hand piano duet team on. They are revolutionizing the piano experience for the 21st century and are described as “Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers transposed from the dance floor to the keyboard.”

Saturday, March 24, 2012 — The  Fry Street String Quartet plan to share their perfected blend of technical precision and scorching spontaneity. They are a triumph of energetic ensemble playing.

Sunday, April 29, 2012 — Buddy Holly, or Richie Lee and the Fabulous ’50s, will take the stage  to lead a tribute to such greats as Richie Valens, Elvis Presley, Eddie Cochran, Ricky Nelson, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry, and others. Richie Lee focuses on staying true to the original songs.

The purchase of a season ticket provides membership in the Dillon Concert Association and admittance to the performances. 

Season ticket, or membership, fees are as follows: adults $35, college students $10, grade school and high school students $6.

An added benefit for Dillon season ticket holders is admittance to the 2011-2012 concert series in Anaconda.

If you are interested in purchasing a Dillon Concert Association membership/season ticket, or would like to volunteer, please contact Chris Kloker at 683-6481 or Craig Simonsen at


Tickets will be mailed out well in advance of the October 18 opening concert.

All events will begin at 7:30 p.m. Please watch the newspaper for location announcements.

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