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River City Brass and regional youth choirs stage ‘Christmas Brasstacular’ shows

Mary Pickels
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River City Brass plans holiday 'Christmas Brasstacular' tour.

River City Brass is again collaborating on a December series of concerts with regional youth choirs for its “Christmas Brasstacular” performances.

Those attending will enjoy holiday favorites and music from popular Christmas movies.

This year’s schedule includes performances on Nov. 29 at Linton Middle School (Penn Hills School District); Dec. 1 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg; Dec. 4 at Upper St. Clair High School; and Dec. 6 at Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland, according to a news release.

All performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets range from $20-$41, depending on location.

The band’s 35-concert, five-location regional concert series is unique in the performing arts industry, the release notes. Each year, tens of thousands of people at home and on the road enjoy River City’s special blend of American tunes, Big Band swing and jazz, music from Broadway and Hollywood, classical and contemporary masterworks and traditional marches.

Details: 412-434-7222 or rivercitybrass.org

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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