The Turlock Concert Association is hoping a case of Stringfever will be hitting the community Friday.
TCA is bringing the four-piece band Stringfever to the Turlock Community Theatre stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday for a show featuring the group’s unique performance on stringed instruments.
Stringfever is comprised of brothers Giles, Ralph, and Neal Broadbent and their cousin, Graham Broadbent. The four men play five and six-stringed electric violins, viola and cello. The show has a wide range of unique pieces including an acclaimed version of Ravel’s “Bolero” in which all four will be playing on one cello simultaneously. Stringfever then challenges the audience in “Name That Tune” as they race through 20 of the best-loved film themes in one breathless arrangement. Their helter-skelter 007 James Bond medley is a crowd pleaser. The show ends with Stringfever’s signature finale, “The History of Music... in Five Minutes.”
Single tickets for this event are $25 for general admission, $15 for students through high school. Entrance is available as a free bonus for subscribers to the 2016-2017 season. Season subscription also includes reciprocal tickets at several affiliated associations in the region. For tickets, subscriptions, or further information, call Ruth Cunningham at 634-0788 or Eric Julien at 667-5874, or visit http://www.turlockconcert.org/tickets.php. Tickets and season subscriptions will also be available at the door.
TCA also will be hosting a fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Monday at the Yogurt Mill at 2591 Geer Road. The Yogurt Mill will donate 20 percent of the purchase when individuals present them with a fundraising flyer.
People can get the flyer in any of the following ways: By emailing email@example.com , if you have a printer; at the Turlock Community Theatre from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. May 6; on FaceBook, search for the “Turlock Concert Association, Inc.” and find the flyer there and print it; or by calling Eric Julien at 667-5874.