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September 26, 2012

Soprano Gail Robinson-Oturu headlines “Live at Alhambra Theatre” season opener

Soprano Gail Robinson-Oturu and pianist/composer Roland Carter

Music lovers are invited to Hopkinsville, KY, on September 29 for an evening filled with beautiful and stirring music performed from the  heart and soul of two renowned musicians, soprano Gail Robinson-Oturu and pianist/composer Roland Carter. The Pennyroyal Arts Council has selected this dynamic musical duo to launch the Saturday season opener of  its 2012 “Live at the Alhambra” series at 7:30 p.m. The concert is titled, “Music from the Heart” and is sure to fulfill that sentiment.

The musical duo team are known for dazzling and mesmerizing their audiences. Their mixture of classical, spiritual, and jazz styles will positively connect with your soul!

Don’t miss the talented chorus of Hopkinsville’s community and student singers joining them for additional musical highlights.

The Alhambra Theatre is located at 507 S.Main Street in downtown Hopkinsville, KY. Tickets available at L&N Depot. $19.99 (+ $3 taxes and handling). Box Office: Show Date- Students: Elem/MS- $6; HS/College- $11. Call for 20% Active Military Discount.

For more info, call (270) 887-4295 or visit

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