2018 Concert Series
In addition to our normal schedule of variety shows throughout the calendar year, there will be five exciting performances in our special 2018 Concert Series. You can purchase tickets for the Concert Series on this website. The page you need is located on the Entertainment section of the menu or click on this link: Huntington Pointe Box Office
Season Ticket Rates: $125 per person for residents and $135 per person for non-residents.
Single Performance Tickets: $30
January 9, 2018: The Great American Songbook
February 8, 2018: The Lynn University Symphonia
February 22, 2018: The Dallas Brass
March 5, 2018: The Tamburitazans
March 14, 2018: It’s a Grand Night for Singing
THE 2018 CONCERT SERIES — FIVE SHOWS, FIVE STANDING OVATIONS
Dear Friends, 2018 is in place and I am predicting another five standing ovations.
On February 22, 2018, the Dallas Brass comes to town. Always a crowd-pleasing, audience-friendly favorite, the “Brass” consists of five great brass musicians and a super drummer. The super drummer will bring down the house with their signature piece, “Sing, Sing, Sing,” and when not playing, the guys do funny, funny shtick [did I spell that correctly?] It’s really not necessary to play up this group. Everyone knows of them and how wonderful they are.
On March 5, 2018, after an absence of five years, the Tamburitzans will perform for us. The “Tammies” are incredibly talented college kids from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. They sing, they play instruments [sometimes the instruments are rather strange] and, most of all, they dance. Their dances are every bit as synchronized as the Irish step-dancers; and though wearing bulky, colorful costumes, they don’t perspire and have no trouble catching their breath. I know because I’ve watched them closely. Dancing all those intricate steps, doing those Russian style leaps, they are not even breathing hard. It’s unfair, I tell you.
Finally, on March 14, 2018, ZMC Productions presents “It’s a Grand Night For Singing.” Come join us for a celebration of the greatest music in history — the Great American Songbook. George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern and, of course, Rogers and Hammerstein. No one in the world wrote music like these greats. From “Oklahoma” to “American in Paris,” you’ll follow us on a magical musical journey of song and dance through the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. Spectacular singing, de-lovely dancing, magnificent costumes and a night you will never forget.
If you have any questions, or if you have any other concerns, please contact Ruth Krisman via telephone at 561-908-2948 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org