Violinist offering Saturday concert

Seattle violinist, Geoffrey Castle is pulling out the stops for his show in Enumclaw at the fieldhouse Saturday.

  • Tuesday, February 10, 2009 12:30am
  • Life

Seattle violinist, Geoffrey Castle is pulling out the stops for his show in Enumclaw at the fieldhouse Saturday.

Featured will be Ben Smith, who played drums for Heart, Garey Shelton, who played with B.B. King and Jesse Colin Young, Eric Robert on keyboards and a special guest, James Cowan, on vocals. The music starts at 7 p.m.

Grants from 4Culture and support from the city of Enumclaw, The Enumclaw Courier-Herald, Puget Sound Energy Foundation and Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Group help keep the prices low. Plan to see the next five performances in the series by purchasing tickets in advance at the Enumclaw Expo Center.

Single event tickets are $14 for adults; $11 for seniors (65 and older) and students (newborn to age 18).

Remember to order desserts when you purchase tickets at the Expo Center. Desserts will be available by presale, pie $5 and fudge $5. Café Panini’s Pie Goddess is creating the pies and local Sweet Necessities is concocting the fudge.

On March 14, the Harmony Kings will perform at the same time, same place.

For tickets and information call 360-825-3594 or visit the city’s Web site www.cityofenumclaw.net/localevents.htm.




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