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20 January 2019
Guest Artist Masterclasses - Amadeus Duo (guitar)
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ABOUT THE ARTISTSDale Kavanagh (Canada) & Thomas Kirchhoff (Germany) have been playing together since 1991. Many composers have dedicated works to the Amadeus Duo since then, such as Stephen Dodgson – Gerald Garcia – Harald Genzmer – Jaime Zenamon – Roland Dyens – Stephen Funk-Pearson – Christian Jost – Carlo Domeniconi a.o. They are often performing with orchestras playing concertos by Joaquin Rodrigo, Roland Dyens, Genzmer, Carlo Domeniconi, Jaime  Zenamon, Gerald Garcia,  Christian Jost and Martin Herchenröder. They have given more than 1.500 concerts in 70 European Countries, Asia and North- and South America in the last twenty years and have published seventeen CD's (NAXOS / Haenssler Classic). They are invited to play in the United States, Canada, China, India, South-Korea, Thailand, England, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Rumania, Greece and Germany in the season 2018/19. Dale and Thomas have established one of the largest and most prestigioues Guitar Festivals in Europe, the International Guitar Symposium Iserlohn (www.guitarsymposium.com). Dale Kavanagh,  Thomas Kirchhoff and their daughter Melissa Rachel are residents of Iserlohn/Germany. Amadeus Guitar Duo plays exclusively D'Addario Composite strings and guitars by Antonius Muller, Germany  and Steven Walter, Chicago.
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20 January 2019
DJ Brad Ashwell
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyLearn More About the Artist: SoundCloud | MixCloud | Facebook
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19 January 2019
Grant Finales — TSO's First Concert of 2019!
Tickets range from $25-$52 and are available here: https://tallahasseesymphonyorchestra.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F0H00000cjN0sUAE
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KODÁLY Dances of Galánta
ELGAR Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85
BARTÓK Concerto for OrchestraDon't miss the TSO and virtuoso cellist Cecily Parnas in our first concert of 2019, where we'll perform two great works: Elgar's cello concerto and Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra. Both of these profound works are the last written by these composers, and the depth of emotion portrayed in them is nothing short of stunning!
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19 January 2019
Beehive - The 60's Musical
Tickets are $22 (discounts are available for seniors, members, and children) with an optional $20 dinner.
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January    11  –  27, 2019Monticello  Acting  &  Dance  Co. presents…BEEHIVE – The  '60'S MUSICAL   A wild,  head  shakin'  musical tribute  to  the  rockin'  women  who  made  the  music  of  the  era so  special  –  everyone  from  Lesley  Gore  to  Janis  Joplin,  from the  Shirelles  to  the  Supremes,  Aretha  Franklin  to  Tina  Turner, and  more!  With  two  dozen  beloved  hits,  the  show  takes you  on  a  journey  through  song,  documenting  the  dramatic changes  that  America  underwent  during  the  '60s.  BEEHIVE The  '60s  Musical  will  have  you  dancing  in  your  seats  and coming  back  for  more!BEEHIVE – THE  60'S  MUSICAL  is  presented  through  special    arrangement  with  Theatrical  Rights  Worldwide.
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19 January 2019
Honey Hounds
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In 2012, Izzard was a college dropout living in Orlando, pursuing music full time. The release of the debut single “Hole in One” solidified him as an authentic indie-blues artist, earning a loyal underground following. He continued to study the roots of blues and soul music, reinventing his style and reemerging as N.W. Izzard.In 2015, N.W. reconnected with hometown friend Tyler Watts, who was on the tail end of producing an adventure travel documentary, where Izzard was a featured artist on the soundtrack. Sharing a common vision, they began exchanging original songs and ideas while listening to their favorite blues records. In a few days time, songs like Howlin' Out, Sun's Gonna Shine and Down to Ride were born. Izzard introduced Watts to the art of busking, performing in the streets of North Central Florida before moving aboard Tyler's 46' sailboat and relocating to the Florida Keys. The duo spent the remainder of 2015 writing songs, playing the streets and refining their sound.During that time, another childhood friend, Nathan Ranew, saw the N.W. Izzard duo performing at a music festival and convinced the boys to move to Jax Beach, where there was more opportunities for original music. In 2016, they “hit the ground running” earning residencies at Lynch's Irish Pub and other local venues, playing memorable performances at the infamous Freebird Live and continuing to build their cult-like following. Upon the release of their debut album “No Sleep”, the band was evolving from a 2 piece into a power trio as Nate transitioned from manger to bass player, and from local stand outs to regional touring artists. The new addition brought forward a new sound and subsequently a new name, The Honey Hounds were born.Following the 2017 release of their EP “Midnight Magic”, the Honey Hounds continue to reenergize western music, embodying the rock n roll lifestyle while embracing the roots of soul and funk. Balancing between righteousness and the mysticism that surrounds the blues culture, they've come to represent the resurgence of a genre and the voice of a generation.Currently the boys are touring and playing festivals though out the U.S. and preparing to record their next album.Learn More About the Artist:HONEY HOUNDS: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify
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19 January 2019
Happy Hour Cello with Lauren Mullinax
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19 January 2019
Gas Station Sushi - jazz
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Michael Bakan - percussionBill Peterson - pianoJosé Serrano - bass
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19 January 2019
Rachel Hillman Band at The Wine House on Market Street
$5 cover charge at the door.
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Rachel returns to the carpet at The Wine House, bringing her talented renditions of jazz greats and her own songs. Always a fun and entertaining adventure. Enjoy great music, wine and food. $5 cover charge at the door.
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19 January 2019
Noname
GA ADV WEB 22.00
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Noname at the Moon
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19 January 2019
Breaking The Machine
Defy The Tyrant, This Dying Breed & The Helvetica Effect $5 over 21, $7 under 21 Event Website ♫
19 January 2019
The Joshua Cossette Trio
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Black Dog is thrilled to welcome back jazz pianist Joshua Cossette and his incredible trio.We hear that in addition to his already stellar lineup, there will be a special guest involved! Not even we know who it is! Come on out to see what's what.The Joshua Cossette Trio is:Anthony Casolari – BassFelix Allen – DrumsJoshua Cossette – PianoJust $5 at the door gets you in!
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19 January 2019
Grand Finales — TSO's First Concert of 2019!
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KODÁLY Dances of Galánta
ELGAR Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85
BARTÓK Concerto for OrchestraDon't miss the TSO and virtuoso cellist Cecily Parnas in our first concert of 2019, where we'll perform two great works: Elgar's cello concerto and Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra. Both of these profound works are the last written by these composers, and the depth of emotion portrayed in them is nothing short of stunning!
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19 January 2019
Guest Artist Masterclass – Aspen String Trio
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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ABOUT THE ARTISTSThe Aspen String Trio is one of the rare professional string trios performing and touring today. Celebrated for virtuoso performances offered with humor and insight, AST performs the complete trios of Beethoven, Mozart, and Schubert, as well as lesser known blockbuster works by Dohnányi,
Hindemith, Martinů, Rozsa, Klein, Veress, Villa-Lobos and Ysaÿe, among others. Their many “themed” concert programs are in high demand, include a Goldberg Variations lecture recital, Czech, Please!, A
Fugue Good Men, a program of dances, Baroque to modern, and a “Degenerate” concert of music by composers tragically suppressed by the Nazi regime—music of profound beauty and hope from Krása,
Gál, Klein, and Weinberg.Recent engagements include the Los Angeles Music Guild and the National Gallery of Art, as well as residencies in Texas, Georgia, the Carolinas, Alabama, Delaware, Washington and Colorado. For six seasons AST was Ensemble-in-Residence at the University of Baltimore. During the 2018-2019 season the Trio's tours include concert engagements and teaching residencies throughout North Carolina, British Columbia, and Florida, often collaborating with host colleagues on piano quintets and quartets, and string sextets.Summer faculty colleagues at the Aspen Festival and School, AST members have been playing together for more than twenty years: violinist David Perry, violist Victoria Chiang, and cellist Mike Mermagen. As teaching faculty at distinguished universities and conservatories, Trio members are committed to incorporating educational components into all residencies, offering not only masterclasses but also an array of workshops that address aspects of students' professional lives beyond their instruments.The Aspen String Trio has just released its first recording: music of Mozart, Beethoven and Strauss, and is currently recording the complete string trios and other music of Martinů for the Naxos label.
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19 January 2019
Ghent the DJ
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No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyStephen Ghent A.K.A. “Ghent The DJ” is a Tallahassee based club/mobile DJ. He plays an open format including everything from hiphop, pop, country, rock, and EDM. Ghent started DJ'ing events and weddings back in the mid 2000's under the name “DJ Weezy”, so don't be thrown off if he looks a little familiar. He has since evolved artistically and professionally into who we now know as “Ghent The DJ”. Ghent can been found DJ'ing at some of Tallahassee's biggest parties and events, including Cancuns famous Cinco De Mayo party and Tallahassee's Warrior Project, football games and proms, and some of Tallahassee's hottest spots such as Level 8, Cancuns and our very own mainstage!
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19 January 2019
Amadeus Duo guitar recital
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The FSU College of Music will present the internationally renowned Amadeus Guitar Duo featuring Dale Kavanagh and Thomas Kirchhoff in concert on Saturday, January 19th, 2019 at 7:030 pm.  The performance will take place in Dohnanyi Recital Hall inside the Housewright Music Building at the corner of Copeland and Call Streets.  The Amadeus Duo will present two masterclasses on Sunday at 10:00am and 2:30 pm at the College of Music.  Both the concert and the masterclasses are free to attend.Dale Kavanagh (Canada) & Thomas Kirchhoff (Germany) of the Amadeus Guitar Duo have been performing together since 1991.  Their program will heavily feature music from the Baroque period and more modern works South America composers and includes Bach's famous Chaconne in D-minor; Gaspar Sanz' Canarios; a Suite by Händel; a String Quartet by Borodin; Amasur, a work by Venezuelan composer Alfonso Montes dedicated to the duo; and more.Favorites of Tallahassee audiences, the Amadeus Guitar Duo has appeared several times at FSU as guest artists.  Of their return engagement, Bruce Holzman, Associate Professor of Guitar at FSU said, “We are again lucky to have Dale and Thomas back to perform.  Each time they have played for us, the audiences have left wanting more.  Their performances are dynamic, exciting and are at the highest level of artistic achievement.”  Their stop at FSU is one of many in their 2018-2019 tour which includes performances in China, Portugal, Poland, Thailand, Lithuania, United States, Mongolia, Romania, and Germany. In addition to their extensive tours and recording schedule where they have produced 16 titles on the Haenssler-Classic FONO label, both Kavanagh and Kirchhoff teach at the Musikhochschule in Detmold, Germany and have established one of the largest classical guitar summer festivals in Iserlohn, Germany.
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19 January 2019
Saturday Night Karaoke
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Hit us with your best shot!
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18 January 2019
Gatorbone Band
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18 January 2019
The Band Be Easy
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Doors: 8PM | Music: 9:30PM
No Cover | Ages 21+ OnlyThe Band Be Easy makes their way to Tallahassee, FL!In 2010, Aaron and his two band mates (The Band Be Easy) made their way to Jacksonville, FL where they quickly became a staple in the local scene. Fast forward 8 years and the new lineup of The Band Be has performed regularly for the NFL, PGA Tour, numerous Fortune 500 companies and for colleges across the East Coast. Combining original songs with their take on popular songs from every generation, The Band Be East is able to keep crowds of all ages moving.Learn More About the Artist:THE BAND BE EASY: Official Website | Facebook
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18 January 2019
Guest Artist Masterclass - Cicely Parnas, cello
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ABOUT THE ARTISTAmerican cellist Cicely Parnas is recognized for bringing “velvety sound, articulate passagework and keen imagination” to her performances (The New York Times).Ms. Parnas has appeared at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, the Buffalo Chamber Music Society, Vanguard Concerts, the Jewish Community Alliance, and the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, and has performed with the Long Bay Symphony, the Longwood Symphony Orchestra, the Rochester Chamber Orchestra, and the Montreal Chamber Orchestra, where she gave the world premiere of Jim McGrath's Concertino for Cello.Ms. Parnas made her Carnegie Hall concerto debut in 2012, performing the Saint-Saëns Concerto with the New York String Orchestra under the baton of Jaime Laredo. The New York Times raved: “Cicely Parnas, a fast-rising young cellist, was the impressive soloist in a rhapsodic performance.” She has performed the Elgar Concerto with the Vermont Symphony, once again with Jaime Laredo and toured France performing the Saint-Saëns Concerto with L'Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire. Other international appearances include her participation in the 2013 Young Concert Artists Festivals in Tokyo and Beijing.Ms. Parnas, no stranger to the limelight, was named an inaugural Young Artist in Residence on NPR's Performance Today in 2011, where she was featured in five broadcasts and an American Public Media video spotlight. Winner of the 2012 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, she was presented last season in debuts at Merkin Concert Hall and the Kennedy Center to rave reviews. She holds the Anne and George Popkin Cello Chair of YCA and was the recipient of YCA's Mortimer Levitt Career Development Award for Women Artists in 2012. She also captured First Prize in the 2011 Cello Concerto Competition at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.Granddaughter of the distinguished cellist Leslie Parnas, Cicely Parnas started playing the cello at the age of four and made her concerto debut at eleven with the Woodstock Chamber Orchestra. She has studied with cellists Peter Wiley and Ronald Feldman, and earned an Artist Diploma from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she worked with Sharon Robinson. Ms. Parnas performs on a 1712 Giovanni Grancino cello
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18 January 2019
Live Jazz With Kitties
$10.00 entry fee
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Justin Williams Trio returns for another Cool Night of Soothing Jazz in the Cuddle Room.  $10.00
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18 January 2019
Delta Ringnecks
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Jug Band Music
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18 January 2019
The Gatorbone Band with Sawmill Jam
$20.00, $25.00
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The Gatorbone Band is a musical family of friends. Members include Gabriel Valla (guitar, mandolin), Lon and Elisabeth Williamson (upright bass and rhythm guitar) and Jason Thomas (fiddle and mandolin). Our music is a mixture of original, traditional and contemporary tunes ranging in influence from oldtime to jazz. Special guest Sawmill Jam kicks off the evening.
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