The City of Nashville Proclaim “ALIAS Chamber Ensemble Week And Day”
Next week is ALIAS Chamber Ensemble Week in Tennessee and Tuesday, September 25, ALIAS Chamber Ensemble Day, as the Grammy-nominated group releases their second CD “Boiling Point: The Music of Kenji Bunch” already garnering a great response and trending strong in pre-sales on Amazon and iTunes.
State Senator Thelma Harper declared September 23-29, ALIAS Chamber Ensemble Week, on behalf of the Tennessee General Assembly, and Metro Nashville Mayor Karl Dean has declared Tuesday, September 25 as ALIAS Chamber Ensemble Day honoring the work of one of the nation’s only, all-volunteer ensemble of professional musicians who donate 100% of concert proceeds to area nonprofits while producing a creative blend of eclectic and engaging music according to the group’s board chairman Stacy Widelitz.
“Next week, as we celebrate the new work of this award-winning group, everyone should check out and purchase the latest release from ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, ‘Boiling Point: The Music of Kenji Bunch,’ available on Amazon and iTunes. Share it with a friend, write a review and support this very special gem in Nashville’s burgeoning classical music scene,” Widelitz said. “In addition to the support of the Tennessee General Assembly and the mayor, another Nashville gem, Pied Piper Creamery, has introduced ‘Sweet Tea Sorbet,’ a delicious tribute to the CD’s title work. That composition by Bunch, brilliantly performed by ALIAS, actually weaves in the sound of a teakettle coming to a boil!”
Note: Tuesday, Sept. 25, ALIAS will be performing live at the CD release party at 7:15 pm. The CD release party is from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at the Country Music Association’s Atrium, One Music Circle South, Nashville, TN (37203) with free parking. Event night contact number – Nancy McNulty – 615-582-0554.