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14 February 2020
In The Heights, In Collaboration with the Florida State University School of Theatre
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theatre

In Washington Heights, a young store owner watches the joys and heartbreaks of his tight-knit, vibrant community as they pass through his bodega. Over the span of three days, the neighborhood adjusts to massive changes as each member fights for their slice of the American dream. In a community full of hope, the biggest struggle is deciding which traditions to take with you and which ones to leave behind. From the creator of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and the winner of the 2008 Tony Award® for Best Musical, come celebrate what home really means to each of us.Previous Event Next Event
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16 February 2020
Al Stewart
$150
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singer-songwriter

With a career spanning four decades as a key figure in British music, Al Stewart came to stardom as part of the legendary British folk revival in the sixties and seventies. His unique style of combining folk-rock songs with delicately woven tales of the great characters and events from history has earned him several #1 Hits, including “Year of the Cat” and “Time Passages,” among others. Stewart released 19 studio albums between Bedsitter Images in 1967 and Sparks of Ancient Light in 2008, and played at the first-ever Glastonbury Festival in 1970.Previous Event Next Event
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20 February 2020
Dennis DeYoung: The Grand Illusion 40th
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On Sale Friday Nov 8 at Noon at The Moon or on line
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21 February 2020
Rachel Barton Pine, Arts-in-the-Heart Concert Series
$35-$45 General Admission
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About this Event2019-20 ARTS-IN-THE-HEART CONCERT SERIES AT ST. PETER'SFEBRUARY 21, 2020 VIOLINIST RACHEL BARTON PINEJAVACYA ELITE CHAMBER ORCHESTRATALLAHASSEE, FLMr. Ralph Jean-Paul, conductor Dr. Julian White, guest conductor-in-residenceSaint-Georges: Concerto in A Major, Op. 5, No. 2 George Walker: Lyric for StringsConcert features Pine's classical favorites, sacred music, and contemporary works with pianist Matthew Hagle and the orchestra._______________________________________________________________________________
Rachel Barton Pine VIOLIN
An exciting, boundary-defying performer. Pine displays power and confidence that puts her in the top echelon. – The Washington PostA leading interpreter of the great classical masterworks, violinist Rachel Barton Pine thrills audiences with her dazzling technique, lustrous tone, and emotional honesty. With an infectious joy in music-making and a passion for connecting historical research to performance, Pine transforms audiences' experiences of classical music.Galvanized by the fact that young people learning classical music seldom have the opportunity to study and perform music written by Black composers, in October Pine's RBP Foundation releases Music by Black Composers (MBC) Violin Volume I, the first book in its groundbreaking series of books of music exclusively by global Black classical composers which cover each orchestral instrument. Her October album Blues Dialogues: Violin Works by Black Composers(Cedille) also features classical music by Black composers.Pine's past chart-topping albums include Mozart: Complete Violin Concerto, Sinfonia Concertante with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner conducting; Testament: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by Johann Sebastian Bach; Bel Canto Paganini, and Elgar & Bruch Violin Concertos with the BBC Symphony, Maestro Andrew Litton conducting.Pine has appeared as soloist with many of the world's most prestigious ensembles, including the Chicago and Vienna Symphonies, Philadelphia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, Camerata Salzburg.She performs on the “ex-Bazzini ex-Soldat” Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu (Cremona 1742)
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27 February 2020
Steve Solomon's, My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy!
$40
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comedy

A native of Brooklyn, Steve grew up in the multi-ethnic neighborhood of Sheepshead Bay, where he learned early on how to use his gift for imitating accents to his advantage. At age 55, he left his academic career behind and ventured into the business world. After   a noble effort, a severe economic and emotional downturn, and his back to the wall, Steve turned his attention to his latent love of making people laugh. He created his first show, the three-time, award-winning My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy! The show has been met with rave reviews to sold-out crowds throughout the country and overseas and has become one of the longest running one-man comedy shows in history.Previous Event Next Event
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28 February 2020
We Are Proud to Present
February 28 – 29, 2020 at 8:00pm
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Equipped with only a handful of German love letters, a group of idealistic actors gather in a rehearsal room to piece together the untold genocide of the Herero people. When personal stories of love, identity, and survival emerge, the boundaries of art and life are tested. The past and present collide as the group embarks on a journey and reveals a history that is all too familiar.
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29 February 2020
Lucero
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 Mainstage Doors: 7PM   |   Music: 8PMTickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the show. No refunds or exchanges of ticket purchases. This show will be ages 21+ only.PURCHASE TICKETS HEREHard copy tickets will also be available to purchase (without fees) in person at Finnegan's Wake Irish Pub during business hours.  It's been two decades since original members Ben Nichols, Brian Venable, Roy Berry, and John C. Stubblefield (keyboardist Rick Steff joined in 2006) started playing shows in Memphis. The band's first show was April 13, 1998 at a warehouse space across the street from what is now the National Civil Rights Museum, the infamous Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was shot. Their first set was six songs played to about six people. On August 3, 2018, record release day for Among the Ghosts, the band will be co-headlining Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado.The band's ninth studio album, Among the Ghosts, is their first for noted Nashville indie label Thirty Tigers. It was recorded and co-produced with Grammy-winning engineer/producer and Memphis native Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Drive by Truckers) at the historic Sam Phillips Recording Service, the studio built by the legendary producer after outgrowing his Memphis Recording Service/Sun Studio.Recorded primarily live as a five-piece, Among the Ghosts eschews the Stax-inspired horns and Jerry Lee Lewis-style boogie piano featured on some of the band's past recordings for a streamlined rock & roll sound that pays homage to their seminal influences as it seeks to push that legacy into the future. For a band who carried the torch of the alt-country movement back in the 90's and helped pave the way for what is now called Americana, Lucero have re-discovered what inspired them in the first place. The sound is more their own and at the same time not exactly like anything they've done before. This is a band settling into their craft. The 10-song disc's title is both a tribute to the spirits which roam the streets of their fabled city, as well as the hard road the determinedly independent band set out on 20 years ago. The band played around 200 shows per year for many of those 20 years.“It may have taken 20 years, but everything has fallen in place right where it needs to be,” acknowledges Nichols. “There were some dark days in those middle years, but we've learned how to do this and survive. We still write heartbreak songs, but now, with a family at home, it's a whole new kind of heartbreak.” Among the Ghosts lays out that new territory with alacrity, as Lucero shines their Morning Star, burning just as brightly, if not more so, 20 years later. As one of the album's song titles so aptly puts it, “Everything Has Changed”, but one thing hasn't… Lucero's music remains more vital than ever. Learn More About the Artists:LUCERO:
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29 February 2020
Boyz II Men
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On sale Friday Nov 8 at The Moon box office or on line
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2 March 2020
Riders in the Sky, America's Favorite Cowboys
$45
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comedy, western

Known as America's Favorite Cowboys, Riders in the Sky have been entertaining audiences since the 70s. This Western music and comedy quartet—comprising Ranger Doug, Too Slim, Woody Paul and Joey the Cowpolka King—has revived and revitalized the genre of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, taking it to new heights. They have won GRAMMY® awards, boast 35 years on the Grand Ole Opry, made more than 7,200 live appearances, been inducted in Western Music Association's Hall of Fame, and have toured all 50 states as well as all over the world. The cowboy charisma and comedic flair made them naturals for TV, landing them their own weekly show on TNN and a Saturday morning series on CBS. They sang “Woody's Roundup” in the movie Toy Story 2, which was followed by several projects for Disney, including two albums, both of which won Grammy Awards. With no signs of slowing down, they continue to produce episodes of the award winning “Classic Cowboy Corral” on Sirius/XM.Previous Event Next Event
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5 March 2020
Sir James Galway—flute with Lady Galway, Shelton G. Berg, piano, In Collaboration with the Florida State University College of Music
$60 | $45
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classical, recital

Globally renowned as the supreme interpreter of the classical flute repertoire, Sir James Galway is a consummate performer whose appeal transcends all musical boundaries. With over 30 million recordings sold worldwide, extensive international touring, frequent television appearances, tireless promotion of the arts and his passionate work in music education, Galway has been a household name for decades. His uniquely expressive interpretations of the flute literature span an extensive range of genres, from classical masterworks to high profile commissions, and provide the benchmark standard for all modern flautists. He has also collaborated on film soundtracks such as The Lord of the Rings, and partnered with such popular artists as Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Joni Mitchell, Sir Elton John and Henry Mancini. The diversity of Galway's repertoire reflects his impressive musical range and has served to establish him as an artist of the very highest stature.Previous Event Next Event
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7 March 2020
Ryan Hamilton
$40
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comedy

Ryan Hamilton's recently released first stand-up special, the one-hour Netflix original, Happy Face, follows a wealth of television appearances and a non-stop headlining tour. Armed with the unique perspective of growing up in rural Idaho to become a favorite in the New York stand-up comedy scene, he's one-of-a-kind. Ryan has been named one of Rolling Stone's Five Comics to Watch, and recent appearances include The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, and opening spots for Jerry Seinfeld.Previous Event Next Event
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10 March 2020
TEF Presents Aaron Diehl Trio
Tickets are $38 for adults, $15 for students. All seats are reserved.
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Trained in piano performance at New York's  Juilliard School, Aaron Diehl is considered a major jazz virtuoso and composer – and a breath of fresh air in the world's jazz scene, according to critics. He has served as music director for Jazz at Lincoln Center's New Orleans Songbook Series. Diehl has collaborated with living masters ranging from from NEA Jazz Master Benny Golson to 20th century classical titan Philip Glass, while establishing himself as one of the preeminent interpreters of the Great American Songbook in his own trio.
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10 March 2020
Colt Ford & Koe Wetzel
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On Sale Friday Nov 15 at the Moon Boxoffice at NOON
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14 March 2020
Free Open Dress Rehearsal of the TSO
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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Please join us at our FREE open rehearsal for our “Shostakovich Triumphant” concert! You'll enjoy fantastic music and get to observe our conductor DARKO BUTORAC interact with the orchestra. Darko will also speak with attendees during the break.  This is a casual come-and-go environment and all are welcome. (We ask that small children kindly sit at the back of the hall.)
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14 March 2020
Shostakovich Triumphant
Tickets range from $25-$52 and are available here:
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This concert opens with Rodrigo's haunting guitar concerto and ends with Shostakovich's breathtaking and triumphant musical response to Stalinist oppression. You don't want to miss this concert!Join us for the pre-concert experience beginning at 6:30 PM in the lobby of Ruby Diamond Auditorium featuring live music by a local band cash bar. At 7:00 PM, join the Maestro for the pre-concert lecture.GUEST ARTIST: Chad Ibison, GuitaristSPONSORED BY: Capital Eurocars & Capital City BankPROGRAM INCLUDES:
Verdi, Overture to Nabucco
Rodrigo, Concierto de Aranjuez
Shostakovich, Symphony No. 5
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22 March 2020
George Hinchliffe's Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
$40 |$25
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instrumental, pop

This original musical ensemble features only ukuleles of various sizes and registers, accompanied by the natural voices of the performers. Best known for playing versions of famous rock songs and film themes, the Orchestra often changes these songs to subvert the expectations of the audience. Often a slow piece will follow a fast piece to maintain variety, and a rock song may be followed by classical music. The concept is that if a “level field” is maintained by playing only the one kind of instrument, then all kinds of music can be played quite easily without the variety appearing to be chaotic. With a mission to make something fresh and entertaining, modern and old-fashioned, audiences like the result. They have played for members of the British Royal Family, Houses of Parliament in London and have “Sold Right Out” twice at Carnegie Hall in New York, twice at The Royal Albert Hall in London, and also at Sydney Opera House in Australia.Previous Event Next Event
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24 March 2020
TEF Presents A Far Cry
Tickets are $38 for adults, $15 for students. All seats are reserved.
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An 18-member string orchestra, A Far Cry performs many of their pieces from memory, including works by Elgar, Mozart and Tchaikovsky. Based in Boston, the group is self-conducted and has developed a distinct approach to music-making, with playing and programming that encourage risk-taking and exploration for both player and audience.
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27 March 2020
Springtime Tallahassee Festival
FREE
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Join us March 27th & 28th for the 52nd annual Springtime Tallahassee Festival, featuring the Music Festival, Grand Parade, and Jubilee in the Park! The festival weekend kicks off with our Friday night Music Festival on Kleman Plaza, headlined by national talent. Come back Saturday morning to watch beautifully decorated floats travel down Monroe Street, after which the family can enjoy over 100 vendors and their craft items, Children's Park full of fun activities, along with two different entertainment stages showcasing local performers all afternoon. It is guaranteed to be a great time for the whole family!
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27 March 2020
Matilda: The Musical
Tickets are $14 for children (12 and under); $16 for students; $18 for seniors and $20 for adults. Tickets can be reserved on line (
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Based on the book by Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG), Matilda The Musical tells the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a sharp mind and a vivid imagination, dares to take a stand and change her destiny. She impresses her schoolteacher, Miss Honey, who helps her cope with her bullying parents. The two have a profound effect on each other's lives, as Miss Honey begins to appreciate Matilda's extraordinary personality. Matilda's school life isn't completely smooth sailing– the headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, is not fond of children and loves thinking up new punishments for rule breakers. But Matilda has courage and cleverness in equal amounts, and could be the pupils' saving grace! Packed with high-energy dance numbers and catchy songs you don't want to miss this musical.
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30 March 2020
Chris Botti
$75 | $65
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crossover, jazz, pop

For over two decades, GRAMMY® Award-winning master trumpeter and composer Chris Botti has amassed a spectacular variety of honors, including multiple Gold and Platinum albums, to become the nation's largest selling instrumental artist. His mesmerizing performances with a stunning array of legends such as Sting, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Yo-Yo Ma, Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon and Andrea Bocelli have cemented his place as one of the most brilliant and inspiring forces of the contemporary music scene. Whether he's performing with illustrious symphonies or at renowned venues around the globe, his unparalleled crystalline and poetic sound transcends musical boundaries.Previous Event Next Event
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1 April 2020
The Second City, Laughing for all the Wrong Reasons
$40
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comedy, improv

Funny 'cause it's true. Look back and laugh. Too soon. The Second City is here to break all the comedy rules they made famous in this all-new, all-hilarious revue that will leave you laughing…and questioning your very existence on this lonely planet. Okay, maybe not questioning your existence—but you're guaranteed to re-think everything you thought you knew about what's funny! Starring the next generation of comedy superstars, there are about a bazillion right reasons to not miss this show! Since opening its doors in 1959, The Second City has grown to become the world's premier comedy club, theater and school of improvisation, entertaining 1 million theatergoers per year around the globe. Alumni of The Second City's resident stages, touring companies, and theatrical divisions across Chicago and Toronto include some of the biggest names in entertainment, including Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Amy Poehler and more.This performance may contain adult or mature content.Previous Event Next Event
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16 April 2020
Chain of Parks Event, Michael Rosato, Artist
$25, includes a pre-lecture reception with the artist
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spoken word, visual arts

Michael Rosato specializes in designing and painting large-scale murals for public and private spaces. Museums, corporations and individuals have commissioned Mr. Rosato to create artworks for display in museum exhibits, corporate headquarters, retail spaces, restaurants, sports arenas, outdoor venues and private residences. His recent mural of abolitionist and conductor on the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman, has received international acclaim.Mr. Rosato describes his style as representational realism and he enjoys telling vivid and often emotional stories through his work. His murals can be seen in venues across the country, including the Oklahoma City National Memorial in Oklahoma City, Texas Motor Speedway, in Fort Worth, the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, the Headquarters of Bacardi in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Globe Life Park, home to the Texas Rangers, in Arlington, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Museum in Cape Charles, Virginia, the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail in Dorchester County, Maryland, and the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Virginia.His studio is located in Cambridge, Maryland.Previous Event Next Event
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20 April 2020
Capital City Band of TCC Spring Concert
Free Admission
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Capital City Band of TCC, under the baton of Director of Bands Lisa M. Foltz, presents its annual “Spring Concert” on Monday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. in TCC's Turner Auditorium. 444 Appleyard Drive; Free parking and admission.
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22 April 2020
TCC Jazz Band Spring Concert
Free Admission
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Join the TCC Jazz Band on Wednesday, April 22nd at 7 PM to hear big band music the whole family can enjoy! Lisa M. Foltz, Director of Bands. Free admission and free parking! Turner Auditorium at Tallahassee Community College, 444 Appleyard Drive, Tallahassee.
https://www.tcc.fl.edu/student-life/arts-and-culture/tcc-jazz-band/
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