Divine Hand Ensemble Returns to Sellersville Theater for Special Halloween Performance


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Divine Hand Ensemble Featuring Mano Divina, Concert Thereminist

Don't miss the return of this unique musical performance at the Sellersville Theatre, 8:30pm Saturday October 31, 2009

Tickets $19.50; Theatre Members $10.00
Online at http://www.ST94.com / by phone at 215.257.5808
At the box office: 24 W. Temple Avenue Sellersville, PA 18960

“Breathless entertainment that leaves you hanging on every note and gesture as [Divina] hypnotizes electricity and manipulates magnetism to release the voices of angels from the air with his fingertips..."

This enchanting evening of slow and beautiful music, orchestrated by a seven-piece string ensemble with a concert thereminist, will debut new material, previously un-performed arias, and the premier of a new suite, and feature ethereal duets with voice and electricity.

About the Theremin
The Theremin is a device invented nearly a century ago that captures electricity between two magnetic fields and contains it in the air. The thereminist places his hands in this space and bends the electricity into musical notes “without touching anything." Mano Divina's specialty is shaping these notes not into mere sound but to sing opera arias.

Tickets On Sale Now
Purchase tickets online at http://www.ST94.com; by telephone at 215.257.5808; or at the Sellersville Theatre box office, 24 W. Temple Avenue, Sellersville, PA 18960.

For More Information
For ticket information, please contact the Sellersville Theatre. For press or interview inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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