Bottom Line Duo to Perform March 5th at LHS Auditorium

The next concert of the 2011-2012 concert season presented by the Southeast Colorado Concert Association takes place on Monday, March 5, 2012, at the Lamar High School Auditorium starting at 7:00 p.m., and features the Bottom Line Duo – husband and wife, Spencer and Traci Hoveskeland – playing a concert of classics and pops on their double bass and cello, blended together with a large portion of humor and fun.

Billed as “social chamber music” or “21st Century Parlor Music” the Bottom Line Duo – one of three internationally touring bass and cello duos in history, has been thrilling audiences with their fast fingers, wit and bows. With humor bordering on outright comedy, they deliver a program with roots in chamber music and an amazing repertoire of modern and popular sounds.

A 300 year old Italian string bass, a 140 year old French cello, a Norwegian-American man and a Welsh-Belgian American woman… Add 18 years of marriage and you get a program of tremendous virtuosity, intimacy, entertainment, fun and laughter.

Bottom Line Duo has produced six CDs, a full symphony show, as well as several Appearances on NPR. Add to that performances at the Kennedy Center and two Performances at Carnegie Hall.

Besides the classical pieces, their program will include Blue Mon, Crazy Train, A Hard Day’s Night, Autumn Leaves and My Little Suede Shoes.

If you do not have season tickets, you may purchase tickets at the door for $15 for Adults and $7 for students. For more ticket information, contact Gayle Schroeder at 336-2137.

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