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****Please Note evening concerts start at 7:30pm!****



Broadway Today!

Monday October 1, 2012- 7:30pm

...had the audience hanging on every note. The only thing better than spending an evening at a current Broadway show is spending an evening with all of them and now you can! In recent years NYC has been packed with powerful performances and hit shows, including Wicked, The Lion King, 9 to 5, Hair, The Phantom of the Opera, Jersey Boys, and Mamma Mia! And with Broadway Today! relive the great moments in one night with a rotating cast of three current Broadway stars. Combining some of Broadways most recent hits with familiar favorites, this concert event allows audiences to experience the theater as some of the most legendary acts come alive. Accompanied by piano this trio of talented stars reflect the demands of Broadways most recent landscape. Broadway Today! invites you to experience the very best from the past three seasons from the Great White Way.

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42Five

Wednesday October 24, 2012- 7:30pm

42Five
Based in Orlando, Florida, 42Five has been performing their own unique version of A Capella for over 10 years. They will sing songs we all love from the 1960‘s to the tunes of today. Using only their voices as instruments, you will hear trumpet to drums. This award-winning, innovative A Capella quintet is wowing audiences with their flawless harmonies as well as their charming sense of humor.



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Masters of Motown

Thursday November 29, 2012- 7:30pm

Masters of Motown
In the early 1960‘s some of the most iconic names in the history of popular music were discovered in the Motor City of Detroit, MI, better known simply as MOTOWN. MASTERS OF MOTOWN is a celebration of these artists, their music and style. The show features stylishly costumed fully choreographed tributes to both male and female groups backed by a live band.

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Terry Barber

Wednesday January 30, 2013

Terry Barber
As a classically-trained vocalist with an unusually rich, versatile voice, Terry Barber is equally at home in the concert hall, recording studio and opera house. His extreme vocal range and otherworldly sound makes him an artist eagerly sought after by producers and composers for film, television and commercial recording projects. As a soloist, he has appeared on many of the worlds most prestigious stages including the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and London‘s Queen Elizabeth Hall.

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Footworks

Saturday March 9, 2013- 7:30pm

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Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble presents a uniquely American story: an exuberant fusion of live music, comedy, singing, and a dazzling array of percussive dance forms rooted in different cultures. Since 1979, Footworks has represented American culture internationally, including a Smithsonian Institution tour of Japan, and as guest artists with Riverdance in London. Founder and Artist Director Eileen Carson is an NEA Choreography Fellow.

Steps and Stripes is a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the writing of the Star Spangled Banner in Baltimore. The concert will include six dancers, three musicians and guest artists who will trace the cultural diversity of Baltimore and Maryland with new original music, songs and choreography.


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Legacy of Floyd Cramer

Tuesday,April 2, 2013 - 7:30pm

Jason Coleman
Floyd Cramer is one of the most admired instrumentalists of all time. His distinctive sound is still alive and powerful today through the music of his grandson, Jason Coleman, who had been playing the piano since he could reach the keys. In this performance, he highlights the songs that featured Floyd on the original recordings or were his self-penned hits. With these exciting and nostalgic concerts, Jason is ensuring the legacy continues.


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Red Head Express and the Walker Family

Friday, May 3, 2013 - 7:30pm

Red Head Express and the Walker Family
This extraordinary family production features a variety of musical styles that cover country, bluegrass, Irish, gospel and 1950‘s and 1960‘s done acoustic style. Besides family harmonies, instruments include guitar, bass, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and electric bass. Two seasons in Branson earned them a nomination for Best Family Show and individual accolades for banjo of the year, outstanding young female artist, and bass player of the year. Bring your children and grandchildren to enjoy the 9-member Walker Family as they share their love of music and family.


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