You may not know what a theramin is, but it’s the only musical instrument you play without touching and has been a staple of many of the horror films we’ve all grown up with. The theramin, marimba, kalimba, and flute are all coming to Lake Havasu along with a range of performers in early 2017.
Thanks to the Lake Havasu Concert Association, now in its 44th year, visitors and locals alike can enjoy professional concerts of increasingly high quality. Performances include singing trio “Tenore” (Jan. 27), classical musicians “The Kat Trio” (Feb. 17), classical/jazz group “Kubecca” (Mar. 15), and the “Equinox Little Big Band” that will close the season on March 29.
Kubecca incorporates the aforementioned theramin in a diverse program featuring country, jazz and showtunes.
“Some very generous donors have allowed us to keep our prices down,” Concert Association President Bob Ketner tells Today’s News Herald, “We can offer this quality of entertainment at a reasonable price. Once you see it, there’s nothing better in this town.”
Season tickets are being sold at $70, and single tickets will cost $25. The performances are at Lake Havasu High School and start at 7:30 p.m. Students with a valid school ID will be allowed free admission. For more information about upcoming performances and ticket prices, visit www.lhcca.com.