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Natural High To Perform Twice As Nice Concert

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Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 12:00 am

Because the general public was asking, the Iroquois County Historical Society is happy to announce there will be another Twice As Nice concert, featuring the dueling piano sisters, Pat Neal of Watseka and Cindy Schmohe of Marysville, OH. The two will showcase their unique combination of musical excellent with two concerts on April 14.

In addition to the two pianists, A Natural High will perform.  This group of singers, made up of people from various county churches, will present their all-new high-energy Southern gospel selections for the audience’s listening enjoyment.  A Natural High is in its 30th year of singing and has been ministering through music, giving concerts in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio.

The first concert on Sunday, April 14, will be at 2:00 p.m. and the second concert starts at 4:30 p.m. both taking place in the courtroom of the Old Courthouse Museum, 103 W. Cherry, Watseka. Because seating is limited in the courtroom, tickets are being sold on a first-come, first-served basis. If any tickets remain, they will be sold at the door, but generally these concerts are sold out before the performance date. Both concerts will be followed with refreshments being served in the Victorian Parlor.

Pat Neal, in addition to being an exceptional pianist, is director of A Natural High, a piano teacher, choir director and director of the Iroquois County Cantata. Cyndy Schmohe, also an exceptional pianist, is director of music at All Shepherds Lutheran Church in Columbus, OH.  The two are equally talented and will thrill the audience with their amazing two-piano duets.

Guest performers at the concerts will be Nathaniel Murphy of Gilman and a due made up of Mariah Yelenick and Eric Parmenter, both of Watseka.

Tickets for this amazing event can be purchased at the Old Courthouse Museum, Main Street Gifts, Illiana Backyard Fun, Inc., and Curves, all in Watseka; and the Inside-Out Shop and The Gathering in Gilman.  Tickets can be purchased by mailing a check and a SASE to the Old Courthouse Museum, 103 W. Cherry, Watseka, but it is stressed that you must state which concert you hope to attend.

For ticket information or for information about the many events and activities sponsored by the Iroquois County Historical Society, call the museum at 815-432-2215 between the business hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Before and after the concerts on April 14, the museum’s featured artists – Akiko Thorson and Anne Maraviglia – will be available to guests to answer questions. Thorson is featuring her drawings and Maraviglia is displaying her ceramic pieces in the Art Gallery.

It is noted for those who may need it, the elevator is available for those attending the concert. It can be accessed through the south (back) door of the museum, and there are no steps to manage from that entrance.

 

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