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18 April 2019
The Second City, It's Not You, It's Me
$35, $17
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comedy, improv

The Second City has been laughing at love and its infinite scroll of side effects for decades. In the world-famous comedy company's latest laughter-inducing undertaking, It's Not You, It's Me, The Second City takes shots at heartbreak, missed connections and the mire of human relationships. Your friends, your parents, even your blind date will find something achingly familiar to laugh at, thanks to comedy's newest generation of writers and performers…who all fit squarely into the “it's complicated” category! Since opening its doors 1959, The Second City has grown to become the world's premier comedy club, theater and school of improvisation, entertaining 1 million theatergoers a 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, Keegan-Michael Key, Aidy Bryant, Sam Richardson, Chris Redd, Jason Sudeikis, Steven Yeun, Jane Lynch, Amy Poehler, Jack McBrayer and more.Here are some alumni of The Second City—recognize anyone?
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18 April 2019
Rachel Hillman Band at Food Truck Thursday
Free
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Join us for live music by and enjoy a great meal at Food Truck Thursday! Food Truck Thursday is a free weekly event at the Shops at Lake Ella from 5:30-8:30pm. Please patronize the food trucks to help keep this event going. The food trucks sponsor the band and provide the budget for grounds keeping and security at the event. Kid friendly and dog friendly too! (leashes please) Food is served from 5:30-8:30 and the music goes from 6:30-8:30.About the Band:
Rachel Hillman picked up the guitar when she moved to Tallahassee in 2007 and has been songwriting ever since. A student of FSU's college of music, she embraces both the vocal jazz she studied at school and the native Southern blues found so frequently in Tallahassee's music culture.
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18 April 2019
Carla Ulbrich
FEE: $5
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Professional Smart Aleck & Songsterwww.carlau.com
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18 April 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 College of Music presents the University Chamber Winds, under the direction of Richard Clary, on Thursday, April 18th at 7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall.  This graduate student wind ensemble with flexible instrumentation performs large chamber works and also features guest soloists. The group tours occasionally, and performs on and off campus at conferences and special events.  This performance is free and open to the public.
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18 April 2019
Spring Swings
Free Admission
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Spring Swings is an evening jazz concert presented by the Florida A&M University Jazz Ensemble. The jazz ensemble will perform a variety of traditional big band and contemporary jazz styles featuring outstanding instrumental and vocal soloists.  Graduating senior members will be recognized at the concert as this is their final performance with the jazz band. This concert is free and open to the public.
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18 April 2019
Karaoke Night
No cover charge
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Hit us with your best shot!
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17 April 2019
DakhaBrakha
$35 | $25, $17 | $12
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world music

A quartet from Kiev, Ukraine, that reflects fundamental elements of sound and soul, DakhaBrakha creates a world of unexpected new music. This Ukrainian “ethno chaos” band was created in 2004 at the Kiiv Center of Contemporary Art “DAKH” by the avant-garde theatre director Vladyslav Troitskyi.DakhaBrakha means “give/take” in the old Ukrainian language. Theatre work has left its mark on the band performances as their shows are always staged with a strong visual element.After experimenting with Ukrainian folk music, the band has added rhythms of the surrounding world into their music, thus creating the bright, unique and unforgettable sound of DakhaBrakha. Accompanied by Indian, Arabic, African and Russian traditional instrumentation, the quartet's astonishingly powerful and uncompromising vocal range creates a trans-national sound rooted in Ukrainian culture. At the crossroads of Ukrainian folklore and theatre, their musical spectrum is at first intimate then riotous, plumbing the depths of contemporary roots and rhythms, inspiring “cultural and artistic liberation.”Previous Event Next Event
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17 April 2019
Sam Riggs
Slow Low Crow
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doors @ 8pm, $10 advance tickets at ticketfly.com, Retrofit Records, Midtown Pies, Big Chiefs, & The Wilbury
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17 April 2019
The Diehards with Jim Crozier in the Lab
no cover, tipping encouraged
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With TD & Kathi Giddings, Bob Weiss, Kent Rodriguez, Kim Ryder, Rick Smith, and Jim Crozier. Blues and Rock & Roll.
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17 April 2019
Non-Trivia Night
FEE: $0
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2-for-1 drink specials
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17 April 2019
Acoustic Open Mic
No cover charge
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Open mic acoustic style in the bar from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Sign up begins at 6pm
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16 April 2019
A Birthday Party for Merce
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Experience the world premiere of a work for music, dance, and food at A Birthday Party for Merce. Organized by composer Stephen Montague, this piece will be performed on what would have been Cunningham's 100th birthday, April 16, 2019 and will feature performers from the FSU College of Music and dancers from the FSU School of Dance. The performance begins at noon on Landis Green. FREE and open to the public.For more information about this event, see the link below.
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16 April 2019
yMusic
$20, $10
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classical, pop

yMusic, “six contemporary classical polymaths who playfully overstep the boundaries of musical genres,” (The New Yorker) performs in concert halls, arenas and clubs around the world. Founded in New York City in 2008, yMusic believes in presenting excellent, emotionally communicative music, regardless of style or idiom. “One of the groups that has really helped to shape the future of classical music,” (Fred Child, NPR's Performance Today) their virtuosic execution and unique configuration (string trio, flute, clarinet, and trumpet) has attracted the attention of high profile collaborators—from Paul Simon to Bill T. Jones to Ben Folds—and inspired original works by some of today's foremost composers, including Nico Muhly, Missy Mazzoli and Andrew Norman.Recent season highlights include a collaborative album release with The Staves on Nonesuch Records, a studio session with Bruce Hornsby, and sold-out concerts at Pioneer Works with The Tallest Man on Earth. Additionally, the group embarked on an interdisciplinary residency at USC's schools of music and dance, and returned to the Sarasota Music Festival to perform the festival's first-ever commissioned work alongside its music director, Jeffrey Kahane. From May until September, yMusic was featured on Paul Simon's Homeward Bound: The Farewell Tour, performing in arenas, amphitheaters, and outdoor festivals across the globe. To date, yMusic has released three full-length solo albums: 2017's First, 2014's Balance Problems, and 2011's Beautiful Mechanical, Time Out New York's “#1 Classical Record of the Year.” In addition to performing their own repertoire, yMusic serves as a ready-made collaborative unit for bands and songwriters, and has lent its distinctive sound to dozens of albums, most recently In The Blue Light by Paul Simon, with whom the group recently appeared on Saturday Night Live.Previous Event Next Event
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16 April 2019
Symphonic Band
This is a ticketed event. Tickets are $10 general admission; $7 seniors/nonFSU students; FSU students free with ID. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the College of Music Box Office at 645-7949.
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FSU is pleased to present Symphonic Band on Tuesday, April 16th, at 7:30 p.m. in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall.  The Symphonic Band is the top undergraduate wind band. Although made up essentially of music majors, the Symphonic Band is open to all university students by comprehensive auditions. Two performances are scheduled each semester in addition to tours and frequent appearances at national conventions or conferences. (Patrick Dunnigan, Conductor).
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16 April 2019
University Symphonic Band (UMA) - Ticketed
$10 general admission; $7 seniors/nonFSU students; FSU students free with ID.
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symphonic, band, UMA, FSU, music, ruby

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16 April 2019
$2 Tuesdays
No cover charge
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Because why not? $2 Tacos $2 Sloppy Joes $2 Well Drinks $2 Domestic Beers (Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite, and Mich Ultra bottles and PBR tall boys)
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16 April 2019
Lyn Avenue
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lynavenue.comBorn and raised in Savannah, GA, Lyn Avenue is a Country/Americana act bringing you catchy, compelling stories with genuine southern charm. Over the last few years, Lyn Avenue has honed a sound that's both timeless in its classic-inspired songwriting yet refreshingly modern in its genre-blending and originality. Driven by rich vocals, electrifying leads, and boot stomping rhythms, Lyn Avenue is a burning ember of authentic country music.
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15 April 2019
Lost Mondays with Frank Lindamood
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Traditional blueshewed from the stoneFrank Lindamood hosts this week
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15 April 2019
Lost Mondays Traditional Blues
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Hepzibah Jones hostGin & Razor join for 2nd set
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15 April 2019
Classical Revolution at Ology Brewing Co.
FREE ADMISSION
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Classical Revolution Tallahassee presents our opening concert of the season hosted by Ology Brewing Co. on Monday, April 15, 2019.Make it a great start to your week with good beer, friends, and music. The music starts at 8:00PM, but feel free to come and go throughout the evening. Admission is free, and no tickets are required.For more information about the event, find us on Facebook under “Classical Revolution Tallahassee” or email us at classicalrevolutiontallahassee@gmail.com.
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14 April 2019
Ice Cream Social
Free Event
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Celebrate Spring and Goodwood Museum & Gardens with a good, old-fashioned party on the front lawn!Admission is FREE with lemonade, ice cream sundaes and cookies for the whole family. Bring your own picnic, blankets and chairs, then settle in to enjoy live music and old-fashioned children's games.
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14 April 2019
The Artist Series of Tallahassee presents Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin & Elizabeth Pridgen, piano
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Former concertmaster of the Oregon Symphony and the Florida Orchestra, Amy Schwartz Moretti is a first prize winner of the D'Angelo International Young Artist Competition as well as the Irving M. Klein International String Competition. Noted as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher, she currently holds the Caroline Paul Chair at Mercer University and serves as the Director of the McDuffie Center for Strings.Distinguishing herself as a soloist and chamber musician, Elizabeth Pridgen's recent performances include Carnegie Hall's Zankel Hall and Atlanta's Spivey Hall. She holds the G. Leslie Fabian Chair at Mercer University where she serves as Distinguished Artist and Piano Chair of the McDuffie Center for Strings.PROGRAMOp. 24 (“Spring”)                                                                          Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Allegro
Adagio molto espressivo
Scherzo: Allegro molto
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppoMuch Ado About Nothing,                                                     Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957)
suite from the incidental music for violin and piano, Op. 11
Maiden in the Bridal Chamber
March of the Watch (Dogberry and Verges)
Garden Scene
HornpipeINTERMISSIONConcert in D Major                                                                                Ernest Chausson (1855-1899)
for violin, piano, and string quartet, Op. 21 featuring the McDuffie Center String Quartet
Décidé
Sicilienne
Grave
Très animéThis concert is dedicated to our friend, lover of music, Treasurer of
The Artist Series and long time supporter of the Arts, Glenn Hosken.Ms. Moretti and Ms. Pridgen appear by arrangement with JEJ Artists.
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13 April 2019
The Tallahassee Community Chorus presents Tribute
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