Angelina Arts Alliance Presents Annie Moses Band

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Grace Baldwin
(Bethany) Grace Baldwin has an Associate Degree in Journalism from Angelina College and is working on a double major of English and Journalism at Stephen F. Austin State University. She thoroughly enjoys reading, writing, and has an indelible passion for words.

On March 17, at 7:30 pm, the Juilliard-trained siblings of the ANNIE MOSES BAND will be performing American Rhapsody at the Temple Theater at Angelina College. Written and arranged by the ANNIE MOSES BAND, American Rhapsody is a panoramic exploration of America and her music. Featuring favorites from Aaron Copland, George Gershwin and other American originals, the show is a melting pot of classical and bluegrass, progressive folk and stunning traditional melodies.  

Tickets are on sale now and range from $25-$35 (Premium/Box $38). Any unsold tickets go on sale for half-price beginning at 6:30 pm, one hour before performance time. Should all tickets be sold out, the box office will sell RUSH tickets at the door starting at 6:30 pm for $20 each. With a RUSH ticket, the purchaser may go into the theater at 7:25 pm and sit in any empty seat. If they cannot find a seat, they bring their ticket back to the box office for a $20 refund. Angelina Arts Alliance proudly presents The ANNIE MOSES BAND along with 2015-2016 15th Anniversary Season sponsors Georgia-Pacific and CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial.  

Beginning with a rousing arrangement of the New England colonial tune, “The Girl I Left Behind Me,” American Rhapsody traces a musical trail West, rediscovering timeless songs that defined American music like “Summertime,” “Shenandoah,” as well as forging new ground in originals like the epic Copland-esque number, “Go West, Pioneer!” American Rhapsody is a new step in the celebrated career of the ANNIE MOSES BAND. With accolades that include 1200+ hours on PBS, two chart topping albums and recent debuts at Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry, ANNIE MOSES BAND is redefining American music.

“With American Rhapsody, we wanted to cover the scope of the American musical landscape,” says Annie Dupre, lead vocalist. “We can’t wait to share this cinematic experience with audiences.”

The Temple Theater Box Office is on the Angelina College, Lufkin campus, and open weekdays 11 am – 5 pm or call (936) 633-5454, or go online at www.angelinaarts.org. Details and video clips from the entire season are on the Arts Alliance website. Follow Angelina Arts Alliance on Facebook for late-breaking news, photos, videos and ticket giveaways.

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