Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Mozart To Pop Chart

The one and only Nat Zegree (Jerry Lee Lewis in Million Dollar Quartet) returns to The Rock to take our audience on an all-new musical journey through the history and triumphs of music, from Mozart to current hits. Joining Nat on stage will be some of the region’s brightest rock and symphonic musicians, including Lauren Wright who caused a stir with “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” last fall at the Opry!

Music lovers of all genres – classical, pop, rock, musical theater and more – will enjoy this epic mashup celebrating the power of music. This musical collaboration will breathe new life into the greatest hits through time. With Nat Zegree on piano and accompanied by 15 of the best musicians in the region, the public can expect an unforgettable and downright spectacular production.

“While it might seem hard to believe there’s a lot of new stuff Nat can surprise us with,” suggests creative director Lisa K. Bryant, “the fact remains that her talent is bottomless, barely eclipsed by his passion for sharing his skills with all of us, and bringing everyone the greatest music lessons we could ever imagine! Lauren Wright at the mix and watching them even dazzle each other makes for an experience not to be missed. And of course, many of the best musicians in our region will complete this unforgettable performance. It’s just an honor to have them all on our stage at the same time!”

Piano – Nat Zegree

Violin – Lauren Wright

Keys 2 – Ethan Andersen

Drums – Paul Babelay

Timpani – Brian Tinkel

Bass/Violin – Ryan Guerra

Violin 1 – Mariya Potapova

Violin 2 – Andrea Pettigrew

Viola – Emily Poole

Cello – Jim Lestock

Electric Guitar – Casey Cramer

Clarinet – Jim Anthony

Wind Instruments – Misty Rondeau

Trumpet 1 – Joseph Delage

Trumpet 2 – Max Kinard

French Horn – Beth Richard

Trombone – Linda Davis

Arranged and orchestrated by Nat Zegree & Alex Shields

Mozart to Pop Chart: The Musical Story Continues runs from Saturday, August 6 through Saturday, August 13 at Flat Rock Playhouse’s Leiman Mainstage. Tickets range from $40 to $60. Student rates are available for ages 18 and under. For ticket information, call the Flat Rock Playhouse box office at 828.693.0731 or purchase online at www.flatrockplayhouse.org

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