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Master Pianist Bob Milne Coming To Chalet Theatre

The performance takes place Sunday, Oct. 28 beginning at 2 p.m.

A mind-boggling ragtime /boogie -boogie music man, the incredible fast fingered master pianist Bob Milne can get you dancing in the aisles and bouncing in your seats at the . Fans of Milne eagerly await his unforgettable solo performances on piano, as he returns once again to Enumclaw by special request.

The 2 p.m. Bob Milne concert is presented by Chalet Arts Showcase Theater (CAST) as a fundraiser to help renovate the historic downtown theater. The goal of CAST is to bring a variety of performing arts to the Chalet Theater throughout the year while movies will continue to be shown.

Milne is considered to be the best ragtime pianist in the world and his concert schedule of 250 bookings a year clearly indicates his huge popularity. His performances stretch across the map from Michigan to Ontario, Florida, Tennessee, New York, New Jersey, and California and places in between.

As a world renowned entertainer Milne has played before presidents and world leaders, including his performance in Japan and before the Swiss parliament. He has toured the world on behalf of the U.S. Dept of State that engages him in the role of “Musical Ambassador.”  

Milne is an icon of American music, and was in concert and filmed at the United States Library of Congress where he was given recognition as a “National Treasure.”

Rarely does Milne perform in small venues and out of the way places such as the Chalet, so it is a special honor to have this man bring his extraordinary talents to Enumclaw and the surrounding area.  Those who have never heard of this extraordinary talent can see him on YouTube and check out his website at http://bobmilne.com.

Admission is $20.00 at the door, the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce, or purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/. Discount pricing for piano students with teacher. Event is also sponsored by SDP and Sears of Enumclaw. For information call 253-332-8924.

This release was written by Susan Etchey on behalf of the Chalet Arts Showcase Theater (CAST).

 

Doreen Anderson October 27, 2012 at 05:14 PM
Bob Milne is a ragtime piano player not to be missed--so glad to see he'll be back in Enumclaw Sunday. We have attended year after year, usually with the whole family. Our grandsons would eagerly await Le Grand Raton, the highlight for them, feeling (after year one) that they were in on a secret that would surprise newcomers. No matter that we have seen him so many times, we are still in awe of Bob Milne's performances.

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