Two Free Concerts in Downtown Lima This Weekend

#limaohio – Friday night – the ONU Northernaires (with guest performances from Market Street Presb. Youth), and Saturday night – Paul Reiser!

The ONU Northernaires – In Concert!

12/18/2009 7:00PM

We are excited to again be hosting the ONU Northernaires for the Christmas season this year!

They are a talented vocal jazz group, who likes to perform a capella music, as well as all kinds of popular music and jazz.

Come on out and see their performance at The Meeting Place on Market, 220 West Market Street in downtown Lima, Ohio.
Free and open to the public.

Paul Reiser in Concert

12/19/2009 7:00PM

Paul Reiser will be playing his smooth jazz at The Meeting Place on Market on Saturday, December 19th. He is a crowd favorite! Come on out and listen – free and open to the public. At 220 West Market Street in downtown Lima, Ohio.

Paul Reiser has been a part of the Lima music scene for 60 years. His first gig was playing for dancing at Lincoln Park in the summer of 1944.
After graduating from Wittenberg University in 1949, He was a charter member in 1953 of the Lima Symphony Orchestra, playing clarinet and bass clarinet in it for 43 years. He also has been a member of the Lima Area Concert Band for over 30 years.
During this period he was also a member of various jazz bands led by Don Hurless, Ray Coleson, Brad Stauffer and the West Ohio Big Band led by Bob Loughrige and based in Celina. He presently plays saxophone in The Tune Toppers, appearing at area nursing homes and county fairs.
For “PURPLE SAXIOKE”, Paul will play a mix of jazz, blues, ballads and soul numbers. He will be playing his purple rose finish saxophone.

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