BLUE MOUNTAIN PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS “SONS OF SERENDIP” AT BLUEFIELD COLLEGE

By Kaleigh Compton | August 22, 2019 | RSS

BLUE MOUNTAIN PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS  “SONS OF SERENDIP” AT BLUEFIELD COLLEGE
 Join Blue Mountain Performing Arts (BMPA) during their 84th concert season as they present “Sons of Serendip” at Bluefield College’s Harman Chapel on Thursday, September 12, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.

Join Blue Mountain Performing Arts (BMPA) during their 84th concert season as they present “Sons of Serendip” at Bluefield College’s Harman Chapel on Thursday, September 12, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.

“Sons of Serendip” is a quartet consisting of a harpist, cellist, pianist, and a lead vocalist. This classical crossover ensemble consists of Kendall Ramseur, Cordaro Rodriguez, Mason Morton, and Micah Christian. “Sons of Serendip” were finalists on Season 9 of “America’s Got Talent.” Ever since their rise to fame, the quartet has toured throughout the nation delighting crowds with their original and unique compositions. “America’s Got Talent” judge, Howie Mandel, once said “[Sons of Serendip] are the most musically talented contestants on the show.”

BMPA’s goal is to provide the two Bluefields and the surrounding area with high-quality musical performances that will inspire its audiences. “Bluefield College has a long history of supporting BMPA, and we are looking forward to having Sons of Serendip on our campus,” said Dr. Charles Priest, associate professor and chair in the Music Department at Bluefield College.

Bluefield College students, faculty, and staff are admitted for free to all BMPA concerts with a valid Bluefield College identification card. General admission for the concert is $15. Tickets can be purchased online or at the event. To purchase tickets online visit www.bluemountainperformingarts.com and click on the “Membership and Ticket Information” tab. All of the BMPA events are “festival seating” meaning there are no reserved seats.

For more information about the upcoming “Sons of Serendip” concert, contact Dr. Charles Priest, associate professor and chair in music at Bluefield College, at 276.326.4234 or via email at .