Ralph Miller Quartet Featuring India Gaylean Kicks Off Sunset Concert Series Friday

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
The Ralph Miller Quartet featuring India Gaylean
The Ralph Miller Quartet featuring India Gaylean

The Ralph Miller Quartet featuring India Gaylean will perform at the North River Civic Center on Friday to kick-off the new 2014-2015  Sunset Concert Series.   

The concert is free and the public is invited.

Here is the Sunset Concert Series schedule:

Aug. 15 The Ralph Miller Quartet featuring India Galyean

Sept. 19 The Chattanooga Community Orchestra with Herman May

Oct. 17 Ed Hixson Band

Nov. 21 Dalton Roberts, Tom Morgan and Lynn Haas

Dec. 19 Sweet Georgia Sound              

Jan. 16 Scenic City Chorus

Feb. 27 Jericho Brass Band

March 20 Choo Choo Men's Chorus

April 17 Music of India                                                                                                         

May 15 Chattanooga Clarinet Choir

June 19 TBA                                                                                                          


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