The Orpheum Theatre Group prioritizes the safety of our audiences, artists, staff, and volunteers. In the interest of caution regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have postponed the Alison Brown performance originally scheduled for April 18. A new date has not yet been set.
All tickets for the April 18 show will be honored at the rescheduled performance. We are working diligently to provide a new date and other answers as soon as possible and will send more information as soon as we have it. We will update this page with additional information as soon as it becomes available.
You can find the most up-to-date information about the Orpheum Theatre Group’s coronavirus precautions at orpheum-memphis.com/covid19. We are closely and consistently monitoring information about the virus and its impact, and we will continue to evaluate procedures according to the guidance of the CDC as well as city and state officials.
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Alison Brown has taken an unlikely path in establishing herself as one of the most critically acclaimed banjoists in the world. A former investment banker (with a Bachelor's degree in history and literature from Harvard and an MBA from UCLA), Alison is a Grammy winner, USA Artists fellow and co-founder of Nashville-based Compass Records Group which is home to the Compass Records, Red House Records, and Green Linnet catalogs.
In 2015, Alison received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the International Bluegrass Music Association for the furtherance of bluegrass music. Alison’s current release, The Song of the Banjo, has been described as a love song to her chosen instrument with Alison “shining thanks to her skilled playing, imagination, and purity of heart” (Downbeat Magazine).