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FORT MYERS, FLA., February 18, 2020– Award-winning Siberian Virtuosi, a group comprised of 10 female violinists and a pianist, will be in Fort Myers March 19, as part of the Fort Myers Community Concert 2020 season.
Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. concert at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall are available by visiting or by calling the box office at 239-481-4849.
Prices are $35 for lower balcony and $25 for upper balcony seats.  A limited number of orchestra and mezzanine seating is available at $55 each.
Siberian Virtuosi replaces the previously cancelled January 27 performance by the Siberian State Symphony.  The Siberian State Symphony cancelled after it was unable to obtain visas to enter the United States.  Tickets from the January 27 concert will be honored at the March 19 concert.
“We are very fortunate to obtain a concert of the high caliber of Siberian Virtuosi with only a few weeks’ notice,” said Fort Myers Community Concert Association President Mary Lee Mann.  “They are acclaimed for their energy, unique arrangements and vigor.”
Ten violinists and a pianist comprise the award-winning Siberian Virtuosi, the State Ensemble of the Republic of Sakha. The ensemble has gained increasing popularity in Russia and around the world since it was founded in 1994, winning numerous international awards in Russia, France, Italy and Hungary. Their eclectic repertoire combines Bach, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi with de Sarasate, Shor, Sibelius and many more.
Siberian Virtuosi is the fifth and final classical performances to be presented this season by the Fort Myers Community Concert Association.
The Fort Myers Community Concert Association, now in its 71st concert season, is an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization founded by the legendary Barbara B. Mann in 1949 to bring world-class entertainment to Southwest Florida at affordable prices.  The association consists of more than 1,700 members, underwriters and sponsors.  Performers brought to Fort Myers in the past by the association include The Israel Ballet, Violinist Itzhak Perlman, The Boston Brass, Minnesota Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Vienna Boys Choir, Pianist Andre Watts, Violinist Joshua Bell with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and many others.  For Community Concert Association membership information, visit

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