Sergei Teleshev and Natasha Popova perform at the third Longview-Kelso Community Concert Association concert April 12 at the Rose Center for the Performing Arts on the Lower Columbia College campus.

The Longview-Kelso Community Concert Association and Live On Stage Inc. present the third concert of the 2018-19 season featuring internationally acclaimed accordion player Sergei Teleshev and world-renowned violinist and singer Natasha Popova at 7:30 p.m. April 12, in the Rose Center for The Arts at Lower Columbia College, 1600 Maple St., Longview.

Teleshev, who was classically trained at the Academy of Music in Voronezh, Russia, has won numerous regional and international accordion competitions, according to information in a press release. He was a founding member and accordion player for Trio Voronezh, the Classic Klezmer Trio, the Valinor Quartet and the East-West International Project.

He collaborates with many internationally recognized artists, ensembles and orchestras, composing and arranging music and participating in different genres of recording projects.

Popova is a classically trained violinist, singer, actress and dancer. She studied at the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music. She has won many regional and international violin competitions in Russia and Spain. She has performed as a soloist with major symphony orchestras in Russia, Germany and Switzerland.

Single tickets are $25 per person for adults or $10 per person for students.

For details or to purchase tickets, call 360-636-2211 or visit www.lkcca.org.

Early Bird Subscriptions for the 2019-2020 season go on sale the night of the concert and will be available to buy at a discounted rate of $70 for adults, $30 for students and $160 for a family of two adults and up to five students until the May 4 concert featuring Maureen McGovern. After May 4, the 2019-2020 subscription prices increase to $85 for adults, $40 for students and $190 for a family of two adults and up to five students. The Longview-Kelso Community Concert Association has been presenting nationally acclaimed artists to the community since 1937. The all-volunteer non-profit board is committed to enriching the cultural life of the Longview-Kelso area through live performances, according to the release.

Live On Stage Inc. provides affordable entertainment attractions and support services to an American community of concert presenters, notes the release.

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