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Jazz Legends Return for June Pops

May 25, 2011
  • Who: The Manhattan Transfer with the Austin Symphony Orchestra
  • When: Friday & Saturday, June 3 & 4, 2011, 8:00 p.m.
  • Where: Palmer Events Center
  • Cost: $30 & $45

The Austin Symphony ends its 100th concert season with the Sarah & Ernest Butler Pops concerts, June 3 & 4 at the Palmer Events Center. This concert features the return of The Manhattan Transfer to the Austin Symphony stage. Transfer members Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Seigel, Tim Hauser and Alan Paul will be joined onstage by longtime collaborator and conductor/pianist Yaron Gershovsky. ExxonMobil proudly sponsors these two nights of amazing singing.

Eight-time Grammy® award-winning artists, The Manhattan Transfer returns to Austin for a night of swinging jazz. After 35 years and 30 albums, The Manhattan Transfer continues to delight audiences worldwide. Best known for their live performances and stellar jazz singing, you don’t want to miss these harmonizing legends perform such hits as, “Tuxedo Junction,” “Route 66,” “Spice of Life,” “Java Jive,” and many more!

Tickets for The Manhattan Transfer can be purchased online at http://www.austinsymphony.org, where you will also discover seating maps, price options and a wealth of concert information. Patrons have a choice of two seating areas: Table Seating for $45 or Theater Seating for $30. You can also purchase tickets at the Symphony Box Office, 11th and Red River or call 476-6064 or 1-888-MAESTRO (toll-free).