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Monroe Symphony Teams Up with The Broadway Boys
The Monroe Symphony Orchestra closes its season out with a concert featuring the Broadway Boys.

The Monroe area is home to many great arts organizations, but only one symphony orchestra. For 45 years the Monroe Symphony Orchestra has provided the community with live performances of world class classical music. The symphony give its last performance of the season Saturday, April 30.

"Its our 45th season, and for any orchestra to last that long and have this type of traditions is unusual, and for a  city the size of Monroe its remarkable," says conductor Clay Couturiaux. "It really takes the entire community to keep this organization going, but we are really proud of the high quality of music that we present to the area."

The Symphony closes out its sapphire season with a collaboration with the Broadway Boys. The Broadway Boys is a group of six male vocalist from New York, who sing some of the classic Broadway tunes. Patrons can look forward to hearing selections from show such as Rent, Wicked, and Jersey Boys.

The performance begins at 7 p.m. in the Monroe Civic Center Arena. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit the Symphony's website or call 812-6761.

Kirby Rambin is a natural entertainer, having played violin since the age of 9 and performing publicly since he was just 12. As a teen, he performed with the Monroe Youth Symphony and the Louisiana All-State Orchestra.
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