Annual BME Spring Gala is April 14 in Monticello
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Mark Monday, April 14, on your calendar for Blue Mountain Entertainment’s Annual Spring Gala which will begin at 7 p.m. in the Monticello High School Auditorium. 

Even better, BME invites everyone to attend this final program of the season free of charge!  Always a crowd-pleaser, the show will feature some of the best of the abundant local talent.

Chairman Laura Butler, who always assembles a good program, says that popular Monticello couple Cole and Liz Young will take on the Master and Mistress of Ceremonies duties.

Here are just a few of the talented folks who will participate:  The MHS Women’s Choir, under the direction of Wayne Erickson; Easton Bowing and Brian Tanner playing a piano/cello duet; and Jim Muhlestein and Aapree Sheeran performing a trumpet duet.

In addition, the MHS Vaqueras drill team, under the direction of Monique Christiansen and Sidney Young, will strut their stuff, and Scott Mitchell will play an instrumental number.  And many more!

Monday’s program will be the culmination of Blue Mountain Entertainment’s outstanding 2013-2014 season which presented the Utah Brass Quintet in October; the BYU Young Ambassadors in November; a variety show which included Hometown Harmony and the Elk Ridge Boys from Blanding, the Four Crooners barbershop quartet from Monticello, and the Denise Frost/Marilyn Bidinger piano duo.  Most recently, vocaldente, an award-winning group from Germany, delighted the audience, with their singing talent.

Now, BME president Derryl Jack and the BME board of directors are scheduling performers for 2014-2015 which is sure to be another exciting season.

Come and be the guest of Blue Mountain Entertainment at Monday’s program.
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