- Published on Tuesday, 22 September 2015 10:50
- Written by Breanna Bright
Piano concerts are some of the most classic and beautiful performances in the instrument world, and in a dueling piano concert pianists take it up a notch with audience participation, comedy, and music requests. The Lutheran Family and Children’s Services Foundation is benefiting from such a show, and invite the public out for great entertainment, and a great cause.
These dueling pianos won’t walk ten paces or smack each other with gloves, but the entertainment will be just as substantial with Tony B’s Dueling Pianos taking the stage. This show is all about audience interaction with sing-alongs, dancing, and comedy. While playing songs requested by the patrons Tony Baragona uses fun and charisma to get everyone singing, clapping, and dancing together.
The LFCS brings this event for fun and for help. Founded as a service for homeless children after the Civil War, the LFCS continues to serve kids and families with counseling, adoption, foster care, disaster relief, and more. By attending the event patrons will help the LFCS continue to provide these services to needy families.
Along with Tony B’s unique brand of music, party goers can enjoy dinner and drinks, games and prizes, an auction, and more. This is a full night of fun for only $40 per person, or those attending can take advantage of group discounts.
Come shake, rattle, and roll with LFCS. The event is September 26 with social hour starting at 5 p.m., and the show beginning at 6 p.m. Visit the event page for more information and registration, or learn more about Tony B’s Dueling Pianos.