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‘A Night with The Beatles’ at Lee Street Theatre

By Caitlin Billings for LSt

Live at Lee Street presents “A Night With The Beatles” in concert. This funky night of entertainment is brought to you by the incredibly talented students of Catawba College Vernaculars.

“A Night with The Beatles’ concert will feature top students from Catawba College’s nationally recognized popular music degree program. The vocalists include Lexie Trader, Baylee Schumate, Brienne Gardner, Garrett Nelson, Madison Smith, Ben McCoy, Ashton Eller, and Tommy Logothetis. The band includes Ashton Eller and Tommy Logothetis on guitars, Von Burke on the bass, Elijah Womble on drums, and Adrian Crutchfield playing piano. They will perform classic hits from The Beatles.

Catawba College is one of only about a dozen four-year colleges and universities in the country to offer a curriculum designed especially for students of popular music. It draws talented students from across the country. Five have won John Lennon Songwriting scholarships, better results than any other school in a national competition that draws thousands of entries each year. Such achievements have helped Catawba emerge as America’s Rock U.

The Catawba College Music Department has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing music programs in the country. Leading music education magazine In Tune Monthly has also selected it as a Best Music School for ​eight years running alongside a short list of prestigious institutions that includes Juilliard, Peabody, and Berklee.

Experience the feeling of the music that took America by storm. “A Night With The Beatles” hits the stage Nov. 17. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. while the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15+tax The concert will take place at Lee Street theatre , 329 North Lee St. Visit www.leestreet.org, download the Lee Street Theatre app, or call 704-310-5507 for tickets.


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