The Story behind Brule’: New Solo Concert Series - Lead
Mar 25, 2017 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Paul LaRoche, founder and composer of the legendary award-winning Native American music group Brulé, will present the first of a new tour named “The story behind Brulé” revealing the music and stories behind the making of Brulé.
Paul will be performing with full concert sound on piano, acoustic guitar and accordion, featuring the songwriter’s arrangements from the Brulé catalog as well as music from Paul’s music career years before Brulé, allowing the audience to share in highlights of Paul's lifelong musical journey.
Following 22 years of performances that developed into a large concert format including as many as 6 musicians,10 traditional dancers, concert sound, lighting and technical staff, Brulé has now created this new intimate concert. This memorable intimate performance will lift the spirit and touch the heartstrings as Brulé’s LaRoche recounts the experiences that became the inspiration behind the Nations #1 American Indian Music and Dance group.
Admission is $20 for adults, $15 HHOH members, $10 for students 17 and younger, and free to ages 6 and younger. The ticket booth opens one hour prior to show time. Seats are first-come, first served. The HHOH seats 495.
To purchase tickets, stop in to the HHOH office in the back of the building at 308 Julius Street, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., call the box office at 605-584-2067 or purchase online at HomestakeOperaHouse.org. Wine, beer, soda and water is available for purchase.
For more information about the performers, contact the HHOH office at (605) 584-2067 or visit HomestakeOperaHouse.org. More information on Paul can be found at www.BruleRecords.com
Support for this program is provided in part by HHOH annual members, the City of Lead, and the Adams-Mastrovich Family Foundation. Proceeds from the event support ongoing music programming, restoration projects, and operations at the Historic Homestake Opera House.
Free parking is located behind the building, on Main Street, and lot parking within four blocks or less from the theater. The building is wheelchair accessible and assistive listening devices are also available. The HHOH is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to returning the building to productive use for the enrichment of the community and to provide arts and culture and educational opportunities for generations to come. The HHOH is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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