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SVAL announces ninth season schedule

SNOQUALMIE - The opening concert in Snoqualmie Valley Arts Live's six-performance season will offer crowd-pleasing bluegrass music. Mike Marshall and Doral Anger, masters of the new American string movement, are the featured performers, with talented local group Rainy Pass appearing as special guests.

The first concert is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 11.

The rest of the schedule for SVAL's ninth season includes: the Savoy Swing Band, Thursday, Nov. 8; a 3 p.m. matinee show on Sunday, Dec. 3, featuring Magical Strings in a Celtic Yuletide. On Saturday, Jan. 19, there will be two shows at 1 p.m. a 4 p.m., with Rhys Thomas and Shoehorn in a Circus.

Theater Schmeater will perform "Twilight Zone Live" on March 14, and the final concert is one rescheduled from last season, M-Pact, a male, a-capella vocal jazz group.

All performances will be held in the Mount Si High School theater. Curtain time is at 7:30 p.m., except for the Saturday and Sunday shows.

In addition to the familiar season-ticket packages at steeply discounted rates compared to individual ticket prices, SVAL is offering "flex ticket selection" for the first time.

Tickets to individual shows remain $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for youths. The season package for all six shows is still $55 for adults, $40 for seniors and $25 for youths.

With the new flex ticket selection option, SVAL patrons may pick as few as three performances out of the six shows offered and still receive a discounted rate. There is also a family package, which offers pairs of tickets for Magical Strings and Rhys Thomas and Shoehorn in a Circus, at $10 a person, all ages. Complete details of the ticket options can be found in the SVAL brochure to be mailed next week.

SVAL is a committee of the Mount Si Alumni Association, a non-profit organization. For more information, or to be added to SVAL's mailing list, call (425) 888-1514.

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