Music at the Museum: Songs from the Golden Age of Radio comes to Bethlehem this April

The National Museum of Industrial History is bringing music to the museum with a memorable evening featuring songs from the Golden Age of radio and tours of the 2019 Signature Exhibit “Don’t Touch That Dial: 100 Years of Radio” on Saturday, April 6th from 6pm to 8pm. Guests will enjoy performances by the Corinne Mammana Quartet and a chance to explore the museum with expert guides.

“The museum’s signature exhibit this year, “Don’t Touch That Dial: 100 Years of Radio” evokes a certain sense of nostalgia for the heyday of music on the airwaves,” said Glenn Koehler, Marketing and Outreach Coordinator for the National Museum of Industrial History.  “We hope to capture that reminiscence with a fun evening of music and history conveniently located on the Steelstacks campus in the heart of South Bethlehem.”

Admission includes light appetizers, non-alcoholic beverages, and on complimentary alcoholic beverage.  A cash bar will be available on site.  All proceeds for the evening benefit the museum’s ongoing educational programs and exhibits, as well as the care and preservation of its unique collections and archives.

Tickets are $25 for museum members and $30 for the general public and are on sale now at nmih.org/nmihevents/music-at-the-museum-songs-from-the-golden-age-of-radio.

About the Corinne Mammana Quartet
With a sophisticated and soothing style, Corinne Mammana is an American jazz singer, songwriter, arranger, recording artist and bandleader. She is praised by JazzTimes for her “superb technique.”  Her debut EP ‘Under an August Moon’ celebrates the Great American Songbook via a four-song collection of jazz standards from the 40s and 50s, as well as contemporary songs. Learn more at corinnemusic.com.

About NMIH
A Smithsonian Institution-affiliate, the National Museum of Industrial History is dedicated to preserving America’s rich industrial heritage. Housed in an 18,000-square-foot, 100-year-old former Bethlehem Steel facility on the largest private brownfield in America, the Museum is home to exciting exhibits, engaging programs and amazing history.  Learn more at nmih.org

Media Contact:
Glenn Koehler
Marketing and Outreach Coordinator
National Museum of Industrial History
Text or call: 610.573.3579 (please leave message if no answer)
Email: GKoehler@NMIH.org

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