Tim Zimmerman & the King's Brass to appear at the Hughes Brothers Theatre in Branson, MO
Branson, MO (Thursday, October 25, 2012) – Tim Zimmerman & the King’s Brass Christmas Concerts will perform at the Hughes Brothers Theatre in Branson, MO. Presenting the “best in Christmas and sacred brass music” during Branson’s Ozark Mountain Christmas celebration, Tim Zimmerman & the King’s Brass perform November 6 through the 16. Show times are 3pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 10am on Wednesdays and Fridays.
For more than twenty years, The King's Brass have performed over one hundred concerts each season with three trumpets, three trombones, a tuba, keyboards, and percussion. Playing a wide variety of music from Gabrieli to hymn classics, from Handel to jazz spirituals, from Christmas carols to patriotic marches, The King's Brass uses all corners of the concert hall to lift hearts and spirits in praise. These Christian professionals from across the US have teamed together to perform their original arrangements and provide innovative worship for young and old alike. During their show, they present best loved classic hymns with a contemporary flair. As author Chuck Swindoll says, "Their performance is a delightful blend of tasteful variety, light-hearted fun, and musical excellence."
Secular and sacred music critics alike applaud their concerts. Concert Director from Boca Raton Bibletown, Donald Hescott adds, "Truly, an unforgettable experience!" Tim Ostrander of the Moody Bible Institute says, "The King's Brass always presents an exciting and innovative program that is technically superb. They are always on my 'return' list!" Tim Zimmerman says, “We’re thrilled to be returning to Branson during Ozark Mountain Christmas. Being on the world famous Hwy 76 at the Hughes Brothers Theatre is an added benefit, especially as the Hughes Brothers Theatre has a reputation for bringing in quality acts and award-winning shows. We think our fans will enjoy the theatre setting and we feel right at home.” Lena Hughes, theatre co-owner and general manager, adds, “This is the type of show we really love to present to Branson visitors. Tim Zimmerman & the King’s Brass are unique and totally different from anything else currently being presented in Branson. We’re also pleased that our Hughes Brothers Christmas Show has added dates this year and will be running through December 30 and that we’ll have a special New Year’s Eve Show on December 31.”
To purchase tickets to see Tim Zimmerman & the King's Brass Christmas Concerts, the Hughes Brothers Christmas Show, and it – Celebrates New Year’s Eve Show, call 417-334-0076 or 1-800-422-0076. For more information about all three shows go to HughesBrothersTheatre.com
About the Hughes Brothers Theatre
Hughes Brothers Theatre is located on Hwy 76 in Branson, Missouri. From January through October the theatre is home to it – little word…Big SHOW! it features over 50 amazing singers, dancers, and musicians who combine their astonishing scope of talents to create Branson’s Ultimate Entertainment Experience. See it…Hear it…Feel it…Love it! In November and December, the Hughes Brothers and their families create a Christmas wonderland filled with the season’s best vocal harmonies, exciting dances, inspiring instrumentals and the light-hearted humor and charm that everyone loves about the Hughes family. The Hughes Brothers Christmas Show is a triumph of everything you want to feel at Christmas time! USA Today says, “The show owns the title of World’s Largest Performing Family!” But size isn’t what makes the shows so memorable, it’s the incredible level of entertainment and talent brought to the stage. The Hughes Brothers Theatre is also known for bringing in today’s innovative and entertaining shows such as Tim Zimmerman & the King’s Brass Christmas Concert, the Miracle of America, JEERK, SIX, and others. The 1,000 seat theatre also features table top dining in the balcony and visitors can add a full-course dinner to their show experience. The historic theatre (originally the first nationally owned star theatre in Branson) has recently been renovated and sits in the heart of Branson’s theatre district. HughesBrothersTheatre.com