GREENVILLE — Darke County Center for the Arts recognizes Ted and Diana Abney, owners of The Bistro Off Broadway, for their support of the arts in Darke County.
The Abneys recently hosted a sold out Coffee House Series performance of Cleveland blues singer Kristine Jackson and are sponsoring the upcoming sold out DCCA Special Event presentation of The Texas Tenors at Memorial Hall in Greenville on April 16.
According to DCCA’s Artistic Director Keith Rawlins, “The Abneys are a great example of strong community supporters; they not only strengthen downtown Greenville by providing a full service restaurant but also enhance the quality of life in our community by supporting the performing arts and making it possible for DCCA to present high quality artists at a reasonable ticket price.”
Since their debut five years ago on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, The Texas Tenors have accumulated a large fan base as well as numerous awards including three Emmys.
According to Keith Rawlins, “The Tenors’ concerts include a unique combination of country, classical, Broadway, and contemporary music plus a touch of humor and cowboy charm to create a memorable show.”
Darke County Center for the Arts Presents and promote performing and fine arts encouraging cultural enrichment. DCCA is also committed to the preservation of Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall as an important cultural center in the community.
For more information on DCCA and upcoming events, contact the DCCA office at (937) 547-0908 or www.centerforarts.net.