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Music On The Divide Presents The Mazmanians in Concert
January 21 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm$20
A dynamic musical experience is coming to the Georgetown IOOF Hall this month. On Sunday, January 21st, 3pm, the Bay Area sensation, The Mazmanians, will perform their varied European folk to classical pieces on violins, piano and percussion.
Back by popular demand, this acclaimed family foursome of Greg, Ida, Eddy & Rose Mazmanian has enthralled audiences and media alike on the West Coast and Canada since 1993 with dazzling performances of classical, folk and world repertoire, including music drawn from their own Armenian heritage. The Mazmanians have been featured in Bay Area television news broadcasts and publications. They have been described in the San Francisco Chronicle as “delightful, charming, flashy and charismatic!” The Contra Costa Times calls the family “a rare breed that plays everything from Armenian, Spanish, and Gypsy folk music to classics such as Vivaldi’s Four Seasons!”
This concert is the fifth of the Music On The Divide 2017-18 concert season. A full description of each of the season’s offerings as well as their websites can be found at www.musiconthedivide.org You can sample the music of The Mazmanians at their website: http://www.mazfamily.com
Members will be admitted with their Music On The Divide membership card at 2:00pm. The public is welcome, and tickets are available at the door which opens at 2:30pm. Prices are $20 for adults, students $5 and children under age 5 free with parent.
This concert promises to be an unusual opportunity to hear masterfully played tunes of the old world brought vividly alive by a family of talented musicians! See you at the IOOF Hall on the 21st!