Don’t Miss March Lively Arts Series Performances

by Whitney Etter

Tuck & Patti

BLOG Tuck and PattiVocalist Patti Cathcart and guitarist Tuck Andress will perform a variety of songs from their 35 years of jazz and rock collaboration on Saturday, March 9 at 8pm. in Montgomery County Community College’s Science Center Theater, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell.

Tickets cost $28 for general admission and $12 for children under age 12. For information and tickets, visit www.mc3.edu/livelyarts or call 215-641-6518.

Tuck and Patti, who met in 1978 in San Francisco, have been performing and teaching music for three decades. During the Lively Arts show, the husband-and-wife dup will perform a variety of music from their seven albums as well as new songs from their upcoming 2013 album release. Their album concepts range from jazz to The Beatles.

To learn more about Tuck and Patti, visit www.tuckandpatti.com.

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Brian Sanders’ JUNK

BLOG junk 1Choreographer and dance pioneer Brian Sanders will present his revolutionary show JUNK at Montgomery County Community College’s Science Center Theater, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell.

A Young Arts Explorers children’s show will be held in Friday, March 15 at 10:30am, with a main stage performance on Saturday March 16 at 8pm.

Tickets  for the children’s performance cost $5 general admission, and tickets on the main stage performance cost $28 general admission and 12 for children under age 12. For information and tickets, visit www.mc3.edu/livelyarts or call 215-641-6518.

The off-the-wall- choreography combines found objects and creative movements, giving the show its title JUNK. The company endeavors to show the artistic beauty in dance while exploring the world at large.

Sanders’ mission for dance is inspire creativity and JUNK helps make dance more accessible to a younger crowd, including performances at children’s theaters and targeting youth. Sanders’ company is based from Philadelphia and sells out crowds at the Lively Arts Festival each year.

To learn more about Brian Sanders’ JUNK, visit their website at www.briansandersjunk.com.

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