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GOSHEN -- Goshen College has pulled out all the stops in putting together its Performing Arts Series' 10th anniversary series.
The six scheduled concerts and one "add-on" are the top picks of this season's audience members.
Season tickets are on sale, beginning today, at the GC Welcome Center, 535-7566, with tickets for individual performances not to be offered until Sept. 4:
* Sept. 28 (Friday) -- Chanticleer. The premier men's a capella ensemble returns for another demonstration of its versatile blend which covers the spectrum from Renaissance music to jazz.
* Oct. 12 (Friday) -- Brubeck Brothers with Taylor Eigsti. Dan and Chris Brubeck continue dad Dave's legacy with jazz pianist Eigsti for a dazzling performance.
* Nov. 17 (Saturday) -- Sweet Honey in the Rock. This Grammy Award-winning ensemble brings back its unique a cappella blend of gospel, blues and jazz rooted in the African-American tradition.
* Jan. 26 (Saturday) -- 10th Anniversary Gala (Add-on) The Smothers Brothers. Combining a definitely distinctive blend of comedic and musical talents, Tommy and Dick have been in show business five decades. This gala is not on the series, but can be purchased at the same time at special prices.
* Feb. 8 (Friday) -- John McCutcheon and Carrie Newcomer. The duo, hailed as singer-songwriters and storytellers for our time, are rooted in the folk tradition.
* March 29 (Saturday) -- Canadian Brass. This brass quintet has performed and toured for more than 35 years and recorded more than 60 albums, demonstrating a wide-ranging repertoire that spans four decades.
* April 18 (Friday) -- Swingle Singers. Eight talented, young singers continue a 45-year tradition of the innovative style of vocal performance that has earned the group five Grammy Awards.
All concerts are at 7:30 p.m. in Sauder Concert Hall in the GC Music Center.