2019-2020 Hannibal Concert Association Season
The Hannibal Concert Association brings a variety of world-class performances to the Hannibal area and has been doing so since 1945. The upcoming 2019-2020 season includes a wide variety of musical styles and acts with Elton John and Chicago Tribute Bands, British-Style Brass Band, Julliard trained violinist, and a string band featuring music of the Mississippi waterways and Mark Twain Himself to celebrate Hannibal's Bicentennial.
- 9/14/19 at 7:30pm: Dogs of Society - Elton John Tribute Band @ HLGU
- 10/17/19 at 7:30pm: Wheelhouse Rousters & Mark Twain Himself - Bicentennial Concert @ HLGU
- 12/12/19 at 7:30pm: Fountain City Brass Band -Holiday Concert @ HLGU
- 3/10/20 at 7:30pm: Timothy Chooi - Julliard Violinist @ HLGU
- 5/6/20 at 7:30pm: Beginnings: Ultimate Chicago Tribute Band @ TBA
Without a season or patron membership, tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students. Single, season and patron member tickets will be available at the door prior to the concert beginning at 6:30 p.m. or may be purchased online at hannibalconcerts.com.
Season Tickets and Patron Members
Season and patron tickets are now being sold by the Hannibal Concert Association. Season and patron tickets include admission to all five performances! New to the 2019-2020 Season is an add-on option to sponsor the HCA/School Partnership program that enables our organization to provide free tickets to youth in our community.
HCA season and patron ticket holders also benefit from free/discounted admission to all performances of the Keokuk Concert Association and Quincy Civic Music Association.
- 10/08/19 at 7:30pm: The Hall Sisters, Grand Theater, Keokuk, IA
- 10/13/19 at 4:00pm: Peacharine Ragtime Society Orchestra @ Morrison Theater, Quincy, IL
- 10/22/19 at 7:30pm: Bella Voce and Bella Voce Sinfonia @ Morrison Theater, Quincy, IL
- 11/15/19 at 7:30pm: Timothy Chooi @ Grand Theatre, Keokuk, IA
- 2/26/20 at 7:30pm: Siberian State Symphony Orchestra @ Morrison Theater, Quincy, IL
- 3/15/20 at 4:00pm: Arianna String Quartet @ St. John's Anglican Parish, 7th & Hampshire, Quincy, IL
- 3/05/20 at 7:30pm: Jason Farnham @ Grand Theatre, Keokuk, IA
- 4/23/20 at 7:30pm: Steelband Combo @ @ Grand Theatre, Keokuk, IA
For more information regarding the Hannibal Concert Association and its programs, contact HCA President Sara Anton North at 573-221-0822
Let the Dogs of Society take you on a ride through one of the most epic rock catalogs of the 1970s with Elton John’s smash hits. No tracks. No tricks. Just a killer rock band delivering a dynamic, ALL-LIVE performance. Dogs of Society will blow you away with their authentic rock ‘n roll tribute to the one of the most celebrated musicians in rock history.
For more information visit www.DogsofSociety.com
The Wheelhouse Rousters are a string band from Western Kentucky. Founding members formed the band originally in hopes of drawing new attention to the forgotten songs of the American steamboat roustabouts as collected by musicologist Mary Wheeler. They draw not only their moniker and musical style from the river and its industry, but also their ebb and flow of energy.
Fountain City Brass Band is a 30-piece brass and percussion ensemble from Kansas City. FCBB has won six U.S. Open Brass Band Championships, four North American Brass Band Championships and became the first American band ever, and the first non-UK band in over fifty years, to win a major brass band competition on UK soil at the Scottish Open Brass Band Championships.
Juilliard trained violinist, Timothy Chooi is the 1st Prize Winner of the 2018 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Hannover, Germany and the 1st Prize of the Schadt Violin Competition in the US. His program will include works such as Rachmaninoff’s Vocalise, Fritz Kreisler’s Liebeslied, Aram Khachaturian’s famous Sabre Dance and John William’s theme from Schindler’s List.
Beginnings: The Ultimate Chicago Tribute is a tightly woven structure of musical talent that brings to life the original and glorious melodies of Chicago. Guitar riffs , hopped up vocal melodies and of course, the famous brass section all make for music that is standing the test of time. All played by musicians who grew up listening to Chicago and love bringing it to life for themselves and Chicago fans everywhere.