OK Mozart presents the Burchfield Brothers in Ambler Hall Concert Series
Nashville duo slated April 24
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — OK Mozart presents the unique sound and style of the Burchfield Brothers in concert at 4 p.m. April 24 in Ambler Hall, 415 S. Dewey, in Bartlesville.
From the Smokey Mountains to the Chicago area, the Burchfield Brothers were exposed to varying music styles that shaped their signature sound. Influenced by Appalachian, classical, jazz, Renaissance and gospel music, the two artists bring a delightful diversity to every performance.
Tickets are available for $17.50 at okmozart.com or by calling 918-336-9800.
The Dove-nominated Jon and Ben Burchfield combine classical guitar and midi-marimba to bring a fresh, new sound to their arrangements. A Facebook fan writes, “They are simply the very best musicians I have ever heard — the combination of their two instruments is just fantastic.”
Performing for more than 20 years, their inspiring instrumentals range from classical and hymns to original compositions. According to Ben Burchfield, on April 24, audiences will recognize selections such as “Flight of the Bumblebee,” “Classical Gas” “I Saw the Light” and “Clair de Lune.”
The brothers, who call Nashville home, have an impressive list of CDs, including holiday recordings, love songs of the ‘30s and ‘40s, light jazz, classical recordings, and their all-time favorites collected in “Times and Seasons: The Best of the Burchfield Brothers.”
OKM presents the performance in the new acoustic venue Ambler Hall in downtown Bartlesville. Parking is available in the lot on the north side of the building. Please be seated 15 minutes prior to the event. For more information about the Burchfield Brothers, visit burchfieldbrothers.com.
OK Mozart: Oklahoma’s Premier Music Festival
The OK Mozart International Festival brings classical and crossover concerts each summer to Bartlesville. This 32nd season, June 11-18, presents Oklahoma artists along with favorites Catherine Russell, Anne-Marie McDermott and the Miro String Quartet.
Funding is made possible through the support of the Oklahoma Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, Mid-America Arts Alliance and individual, corporate and foundation patrons. For more information on the festival, visit www.okmozart.com.