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Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky Presents The Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra with Pianist Jon Nakamatsu

The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. will present The Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra with Jon Nakamatsu, pianist, Saturday, September 23, 2006, 7:30 p.m. at Betty Hamilton Center for Performing Arts (the auditorium) at Corbin High School.

Beginning its 46th season under the leadership of Music Director George Zack, the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra presents over 150 concerts and educational events annually, appealing to a wide range of musical tastes. The orchestra is joined by guest artist Jon Nakamatsu, one of the most sought after pianists of his generation. A beautiful, full nine-foot grand piano will be center stage for this performance, guaranteed to truly make it a special evening.

The concert is co-sponsored by the Corbin Tourism and Convention Commission. For information on the 2006-2007 Fine Arts Concert Series, go to and click on the 2006-07 Fine Arts Events link. Partial funding has been provided by The Kentucky Arts Council, a state agency of the Commerce Cabinet with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Memberships are available at one low price for the entire 2006-2007 Fine Arts Season - Student $15, Adult $30, Family $75 (parents and all children in one household). Friend, Patron, Sustainer and larger packages are also available. Cumberlands faculty, staff, and students are admitted free to each Fine Arts Association event in the series by showing a college ID.

To purchase a membership or for further information contact The Fine Arts Association, c/o Annasue Davis, 320 Pine Street, Williamsburg, KY 40769, or call:

Barbourville: 606-546-4601

Corbin: 606-528-1354 or (606) 523-1610

London: (606) 864-9767

Williamsburg: (606) 549-8213

Any other questions can be directed to:

Trent Knuckles

Publicity Chairman

Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc.

528-9767 (office)

526-8090 (home)

404-0002 (mobile)

528-9779 (fax)