Barrage Comes to Casper to Support Wyoming Food Bank of The Rockies
The high energy and talented musical group Barrage is bringing their live show to Natrona County High School on November 13th 2011 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. You can purchase tickets at Hill Music or Wyoming Music. Tickets can also be purchased by contacting Pat Kukes via email email@example.com or by phone 307 – 237 – 3823. The concert is a fundraiser for Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies.
Who is Barrage?
Barrage is too wow for words! says The Denver Post.
Created in Calgary, Canada in 1997, this violin-based, world-beat ensemble tours more than 40 weeks a year and has released 7 albums, 4 DVDs and 5 Television Specials to date. Barrage recently celebrated its milestone 2500th international performance. Over the past 15 years the group has entertained millions of concert goers and performed to sold out houses in over 27 countries. Hand-picked performers — young prodigies who can play, sing and dance with enthusiasm and endless energy — make up the group. Five performers are violinists supported superbly by a rock n’ roll engine room featuring drums, bass and guitars.
Barrage…defies efforts to neatly categorize its style,” says Planet Rockwall. “The band seems to leave no musical stone unturned…”
For 2011/12, Barrage will debut its new Album and Touring Spectacle called “Soundtrack of the World.” Fresh material highlights the group’s virtuoso cast of young musicians performing a jaw-dropping mix of world music and dance with non-stop intensity. The show’s play list ranges from Coldplay to killer reels – a musical theatrical extravaganza filled with dazzling choreography and blurring fast fret work.
“After an evening of performing jigs on rocket fuel, it’s no wonder that more than a few horsehairs snapped on their bows,” says the Los Angeles Daily News.
Check out some videos of their performances!