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18 February 2019
University Chamber Winds
Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see http://www.music.fsu.edu/Concerts-and-Events for information about the College of Music venues.
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The FSU Chamber Winds, under the direction of Richard Clary, will perform in Opperman Music Hall on Monday, February 18th at 7:30 p.m.  This graduate student wind ensemble with flexible instrumentation performs large chamber works and also features guest soloists.  This performance is free and open to the public.
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18 February 2019
Lost Mondays: Traditional Blues with Belmont & Jones
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Lost Mondays with Belmont & Jones Traditional Blues Country blues and other delights from the early days of recorded music ... Every Monday at Blue Tavern $2 for musicians; tips appreciated.$2
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17 February 2019
Yoga Sundays
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Life is busy. You do so much for everyone else. You deserve a little Self-care Sunday...just for you! Join yoga instructor Christine White for an hour of YOU time. Suitable for all levels and abilities -- from brand-newbies to veteran yogis and everyone in between -- this class will heal your mind, body and spirit with a focus on relaxation, flexibility, balance and strength. Come solo or bring a friend for extra fun. And the fun doesn't end when you roll up your yoga mat. Hang around after class for some social healing too! The Junction will have a special yoga-inspired cocktail available for purchase (in addition to full bar and non-alcoholic offerings). Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable activewear. Most Sundays at The Junction -- check dates for details. Limited space available; guarantee your spot with advance registration.
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17 February 2019
Organ Concert by Iain Quinn
Free admission; $10 suggested donation.
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The Tallahassee Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, in partnership with the Tallahassee Bach Parley, will present organist Iain Quinn in concert on Sunday, February 17th at 3:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church, 110 N. Adams St. in downtown Tallahassee. Dr. Quinn will perform three concerti for organ and strings by Joseph Haydn, assisted by members of the Bach Parley. A reception will follow the performance.Experiencing these concerti played on the wonderful Baroque Taylor and Boody organ, accompanied by a small chamber ensemble, is a rare musical treat not to be missed! The suggested donation for this event is $10; all proceeds will benefit the FSU Organ Scholarship Fund.  Free childcare is available.
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17 February 2019
University Symphony Orchestra
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The University Symphony Orchestra invites you to join them on Sunday, February 17th at 3:00 p.m. in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall with Music Director and Conductor Alexander Jiménez.
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17 February 2019
Tallahassee Nights Live
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The Valentine Edition
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17 February 2019
Tallahassee City Limits: Songwriter Sessions
No cover charge
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Several of the area's top songwriters gather for a showcase of incredible talent.
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17 February 2019
An Afternoon with Tom Rush, with Matt Nakoa
$150
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His distinctive guitar style, wry humor and warm, expressive voice have made him both a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. Tom Rush is a gifted musician and performer whose shows offer a musical celebration…a journey into the tradition and spectrum of what music has been, can be, and will become. His shows are filled with terrific story-telling, the sweet melancholy of ballads and the passion of gritty blues.Rush's impact on the American music scene has been profound. He helped shape the folk revival in the '60s and the renaissance of the '80s and '90s with his music leaving its stamp on generations of artists.Rush has long championed emerging artists. His early recordings introduced the world to the work of Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and James Taylor. He began his musical career in the early '60s playing the Boston-area clubs while a student at Harvard. His voice has grown even richer and more melodic, and his music has matured and ripened in the blending of traditional and modern influences.Previous Event Next Event
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17 February 2019
Tom Rush
Tickets: $150
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His distinctive guitar style, wry humor and warm, expressive voice have made him both a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. Tom Rush is a gifted musician and performer whose shows offer a musical celebration…a journey into the tradition and spectrum of what music has been, can be, and will become. His shows are filled with terrific story-telling, the sweet melancholy of ballads and the passion of gritty blues. 
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17 February 2019
Tom Rush-SOLD OUT
Tickets: $150
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His distinctive guitar style, wry humor and warm, expressive voice have made him both a legend and a lure to audiences around the world. Tom Rush is a gifted musician and performer whose shows offer a musical celebration…a journey into the tradition and spectrum of what music has been, can be, and will become. His shows are filled with terrific story-telling, the sweet melancholy of ballads and the passion of gritty blues. 
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16 February 2019
ArtiGras 2019 at Railroad Square Art Park
Free and open to the public.
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ArtiGras 2019 will be held on Saturday, February 16th, 2-10 pm, at Railroad Square Art Park in Tallahassee. It is similar to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but celebrates the unique creative expressions of Tallahassee folks. It is comprised of kids' activities, displays, vendors, a parade, a panel discussion, and stage performances by Creole and Zydeco bands.  Led by a brass band, the parade at 4 pm is open to all, and may include groups and individuals who have created their own masks, costumes or small floats, decorated their cars, or dressed up their dogs (prizes awarded).  A family festival, ArtiGras makes a special effort to educate students about the Creole cultures of the South that have Mardi Gras traditions, including New Orleans and S.W. Louisiana, Mobile, and Apalachicola, Florida. For more information, check the website, www.crossculturalcoalition.org, or email the organizers at artigras2019@gmail.com.
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16 February 2019
Sacred Hearts Sing
Free Admission
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Sacred Harp Singing [also called FaSoLa or shape note singing] dates back to colonial times and has been preserved in the rural south. The singing is not accompanied by harp or other instruments but is an old style of singing a cappella from shape notes.Event is free donations are accepted.
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16 February 2019
Reverend Raven & The Chain Smoking Altar Boys
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16 February 2019
Happy Hour with Brown Kid
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16 February 2019
Quanta
FEE: $5
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Jazz, blues, and beyondwith Jack Quine & Richard Bertram$5 coverone drink minimumall ages
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16 February 2019
The Trongone Band
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Hailing from Richmond, VA, The Trongone Band is touring in support of their 2017 debut album, “Keys to the House”, released on Harmonized Records. With a sound that Paste Magazine likens to the “freak-outs of My Morning Jacket with the Muscle Shoals-inspired Leslie speakers and The Band's narrative storytelling”, The Trongone Band is turning heads and making an impact on the Southern Rock 'n' Soul and Americana scenes.Formed by brothers Andrew and Johnny Trongone with father John Sr on bass, The Trongone Band (tron-GO-knee) has grown from a family affair to a full on touring machine with the addition of keyboardist Ben “Wolfe” White and bassist Chip Hale. In the words of Live for Live Music, “the quartet has come together to create an old-school and all-in-the-family sound reminiscent of The Allman Brothers while still keeping it fresh with their cutting edge original compositions that also infuse funk and blues into the mix.”Keeping with the homegrown vibe, the band nestled into the woods outside of RVA, tapping into Montrose Recording's Flickinger console, one of only seven remaining in the world. Known as the console that revolutionized the recording industry in the 60s & 70s, the Flickinger provided the warm sounds that turned into “Keys to the House” and brought to life what MusicFestNews described as “imagery of boxcar drifters, rolling hills and dirt roads that are easy to close your eyes and get lost in”.Summer and Fall of 2017 saw The Trongone Band taking “Keys to the House” on the road while touring in support of stalwarts including Umphrey's McGee, Reckless Kelly, American Aquarium and Cris Jacobs. Having graced the stages of Virginia's Roosterwalk and FloydFest, Tennessee's Riverbend Music Festival, The Allman Brothers' Peach Festival in Pennsylvania, Atlanta's Sweetwater 420 Fest and Macon's “Big House Presents Summer Jam”, the band is primed for a busy 2018 festival season and their first full European Tour. This four-piece ensemble may not all be related, but with a chemistry so emphatically discernible, it's fair to call them brothers.Learn More About the Artist:THE TRONGONE BAND: Official Website | Facebook 
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16 February 2019
USA Dance 6010 - Champagne & Roses
Children 6-10 – Free
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Semi-Formal Social DanceFebruary 16th from 6:30 – 10 PM.Tango Lesson 2 of 3 part Series – Begins at 6:30-7:15Children encouraged – ages 6-17.Light Snacks served until 8:30 PM 
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15 February 2019
University Philharmonia Concert
This is a ticketed performance. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the College of Music Box Office at 645-7949. $10 general admission; $7 seniors/nonFSU students; FSU students free with ID.
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The FSU College of music is pleased to present the University Philharmonia on Friday and Saturday, February 15th & 16th, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall, with Music Director and Conductor Dr. Alexander Jiménez.
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15 February 2019
Kenneth Reshard Art Opening
This event is free.
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Art Opening at Au Peche Mignon French Pastry Shop in Market SquarePaintings by Kenneth ReshardFriday, February 15th, 5-7pmLive classical guitar music by Richie Johnson
Ongoing exhibit of work by Monica RiosWine and Pastries“Retro” by Kenneth Reshard picturedShowing through March 30th
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15 February 2019
Darryl Steele
FEE: $5
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Hometown legend plays R&B with the best!
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15 February 2019
Revival featuring Avis Berry
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