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Phil Coulter comes to Sangamon Auditorium, UIS with his Irish Pops Orchestra

February 25, 2008

Contact: Bryan Leonard, 217/206-8284, leonard.bryan@uis.edu

SPRINGFIELD -- The University of Illinois at Springfield will host a performance by Grammy nominee Phil Coulter with his Irish Pops Orchestra on Wednesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. at Sangamon Auditorium, UIS.

Over a career that spans four decades, Irish pop star Coulter has shown an unerring ability to catch the public's ear. His hits have been recorded by a litany of stars from Sinead O'Connor to Elvis Presley, and his production skills have been called on by iconic performers including Van Morrison and James Galway. In his native Ireland, he is the biggest-selling instrumentalist of all time. Coulter has taken his particular blend of orchestral music around the world and now, with his Irish Pops Orchestra, he makes his first appearance at Sangamon Auditorium for an evening performance of Irish pop melodies and hits.

Tickets for this event are $42 and $37 and on sale now. To order tickets visit www.SangamonAuditorium.org or order tickets by phone by calling the Sangamon Auditorium Ticket Office at (217) 206-6160 or toll free at 800-207-6960.

Sangamon Auditorium is located at the University of Illinois at Springfield and hosts more than 120 performances annually.  Also home to the Illinois Symphony Orchestra and Springfield Ballet Company, it is the only auditorium of its kind and size in the Springfield area, with a seating capacity of 2,018.  Sangamon Auditorium continues to fulfill its mission of presenting and supporting varied cultural and educational professional arts activities to audiences in Springfield, Sangamon County, and the surrounding areas.  The auditorium administrative offices can be reached at (217) 206-6150 or by e-mail at onstage@uis.edu.

 

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