The 2001-2002 Havre Community Concert season will open Aug. 28 with performances by local artists.
The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Havre High School auditorium, and includes the Bearpaw Piano Quartet performing quartets and duets, Jeannie Kolis performing flute selections, Ron Coons performing saxophone selections, and a hand bell trio. The music will be primarily classical.
The concert is open to all 2001-2002 Havre Community Concert season ticket holders. A limited number of concert memberships are still available. Tickets will be available in the foyer of the auditorium before the concert.
Community Concert memberships are $30 for adults, $15 for children and $75 for family memberships.
September's performer will be Dale Gonyea, called heir to the piano-comedy throne by the Los Angeles Times.
The Manhattan Rhythm Kings, a threesome performing American popular music from the '20s, '30s and '40s, will perform in Havre in November.
Singer Alison England will have the April 2002 performance in Havre, with a mixture of opera, Broadway and pops.