Stories tagged with: Zanesville Concert Association

November 6, 2011 - 9:09pm
3 years 33 weeks ago

It's a great organization of the Zanesville area and they want to make sure your not missing out.

The Zanesville Concert Association has been offering concert-goers entertainment for the past 73 years.

Zanesville Concert Association's Jim McLaughlin said, "This is a tremendous opportunity for people at a very inexpensive price to hear world class people."

As part of the concert series guests receive a discounted rate to a number of shows. Sunday's performance was...

August 21, 2011 - 7:14pm
3 years 44 weeks ago

The Zanesville Concert Association is gearing up for their upcoming season.

Sunday, a dinner was held for association members and those who help promote the organization at Grace United Methodist Church. This season will feature four concerts, all of which would not be possible without a big staple to the downtown area.

"Because of our beautiful Secrest Auditorium, we've been able to have large orchestras and large dance groups. Secrest Auditorium is a wonderful asset to our...

November 8, 2010 - 1:07pm
4 years 33 weeks ago


A dance team that's touring all over the world made a stop in Zanesville to help educate students in our area.

The Zanesville Concert Association sponsored a free concert to all 4th graders in Muskingum County. The Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theater performed for the 1,400 students that come to Monday's concert at Secrest Auditorium. Before seeing the show the students had to learn about the Native American Tribe.

"We provide to them a package of materials talking about...

August 22, 2010 - 8:56pm
4 years 44 weeks ago

The Zanesville Concert Association is announcing it's line-up for the 2010/2011 season.

A variety of performances will be making their way through the Y-city, including Polish musicians, South American dance moves, and Native American culture, but the big draw will open up in October with entertainer Tony Orlando.

"Our concert association is well-known among agencies in New York City because of the good work we do, the quality programs that we bring, and over location on I-...

November 2, 2009 - 4:57pm
5 years 34 weeks ago

The Zanesville Concert Association is giving area fourth grade students the chance to listen to and to learn more about music.

12 hundred students from all over Muskingum County packed Secrest Auditorium this morning to hear sounds from the Brass Band of Columbus.

"Music is so important to our students. It's a big part of life, and understanding, learning something about the arts and music, we think is a very necessary part of growing up, " says Zanesville Concert...

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