Jared Violin, Live at the Museum!

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Back by popular demand! The Modernism Museum is pleased to welcome back acclaimed electric violin virtuoso Jared Violin. The concert will take place in the Modernism Museum gallery on Saturday, June 1st at 7:00pm. A sparkling and white wine reception is included with your admission, which begins at 6:30pm.

Jared began playing violin at age 3 and his devotion to the instrument developed through both classical training and his mother’s love for music. Influenced by the likes of The Charlie Daniel’s Band, Jean Luc Ponty and more mainstream artists such as Boyd Tinsley of the Dave Matthews Band, Jared’s musical style has evolved from classical to include bluegrass and jazz, contemporary and modern rock sounds.

Jared began performing with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at age 17, at 26 became acclaimed on Broadway for his 6’5” muscular physique, with mesmerizing talent to match. His fine-tuned skill allows him to enamor audiences while performing at New York City’s Carnegie Hall, famed House of Blues and Hard Rock Live venues, amphitheaters, arenas, and restored vaudeville theaters around the nation. Jared has made appearances on Live! With Regis and Kelly, MTV, NBC, CBS and Fox News. Regularly appearing in night clubs with live DJs and at thousands of corporate conventions around the world, Jared enjoys being a full-time touring musician.

Tickets are $20 for 3MD members and $30 for nonmembers and includes a wine reception which precedes the performance. Tickets can be purchased at the museum or online by visiting https://ezticketapp.com/?s=ez4683.

Bernstein’s MASS: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers

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UCF Celebrates the Arts 2018 opens with a tip of the hat to one of classical music’s most iconic artists: Leonard Bernstein. Leonard Bernstein at 100, a two-year global celebration of the life and career of the 20th century cultural giant with more than 2,000 events on six continents, kicked off in the fall of 2017 and UCF is pleased to be able to honor this musical composer, conductor, and educator. 

Mass: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers is an enormous and ambitious piece, with more than 200 musicians, vocalists, and dancers on stage. Written for the inauguration of the Kennedy Center in 1971, the controversial piece gave voice to an anti-war youth culture that was seeking truth and transparency from its government. Though Mass challenges divine authority, exposing its contradictions and questioning religion’s relevance to contemporary life, it ultimately serves as a reaffirmation of faith and hope for universal peace.

The eclecticism of Mass‘s music reflects the multifaceted nature of Bernstein’s career, with blues, rock, gospel, folk, Broadway, and jazz idioms appearing side by side with 12-tone serialism, symphonic marches, solemn hymns, Middle Eastern dances, orchestral meditations, and lush chorales, all united in a single dramatic event with recurring musical motifs. Bernstein uses the uninhibitedly tonal rock ‘n’ roll of the Street Chorus to challenge the dogmatic, atonal music of the Church; ultimately, the musical argument is resolved with a glorious, tonal chorale (“Almighty Father”) sung by the entire company.

Join the UCF Symphony Orchestra, UCF Choirs, Theatre UCF singers and dancers, and School of Performing Arts alumni at this “Massive” centenary event!

Tickets for UCF Celebrates the Arts will be available starting March 1. For a complete schedule, ticket reservations and other information, visit the festival’s website at www.arts.ucf.edu.

Bernstein’s MASS: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers

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UCF Celebrates the Arts 2018 opens with a tip of the hat to one of classical music’s most iconic artists: Leonard Bernstein. Leonard Bernstein at 100, a two-year global celebration of the life and career of the 20th century cultural giant with more than 2,000 events on six continents, kicked off in the fall of 2017 and UCF is pleased to be able to honor this musical composer, conductor, and educator. 

Mass: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers is an enormous and ambitious piece, with more than 200 musicians, vocalists, and dancers on stage. Written for the inauguration of the Kennedy Center in 1971, the controversial piece gave voice to an anti-war youth culture that was seeking truth and transparency from its government. Though Mass challenges divine authority, exposing its contradictions and questioning religion’s relevance to contemporary life, it ultimately serves as a reaffirmation of faith and hope for universal peace.

The eclecticism of Mass‘s music reflects the multifaceted nature of Bernstein’s career, with blues, rock, gospel, folk, Broadway, and jazz idioms appearing side by side with 12-tone serialism, symphonic marches, solemn hymns, Middle Eastern dances, orchestral meditations, and lush chorales, all united in a single dramatic event with recurring musical motifs. Bernstein uses the uninhibitedly tonal rock ‘n’ roll of the Street Chorus to challenge the dogmatic, atonal music of the Church; ultimately, the musical argument is resolved with a glorious, tonal chorale (“Almighty Father”) sung by the entire company.

Join the UCF Symphony Orchestra, UCF Choirs, Theatre UCF singers and dancers, and School of Performing Arts alumni at this “Massive” centenary event!

Tickets for UCF Celebrates the Arts will be available starting March 1. For a complete schedule, ticket reservations and other information, visit the festival’s website at www.arts.ucf.edu.

Winter Park’s inaugural “Weekend of the Arts” Celebration

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Rediscover arts and culture in Winter Park at the city’s first “Weekend of the Arts” Friday, February 16, thru Monday, February 19. Be inspired with extraordinary performances, unique exhibits, and exciting events at over 20 arts organizations throughout the city. Each day features a new and exciting cultural experience. #wpinspires

Footloose

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The Players’ cornerstone musical, “Footloose” is a fast paced and exciting musical based on the 1984 film by the same name. The story involves an ordinary city teen transplanted into a conservative small town where dancing is forbidden and rock and roll is demonized. With original songs by Kenny Loggins,Tom Snow, Dean Pitchford, Eric Carmen, Sammy Hagar and Jim Steinmen, this show is a multiple Tony Award winner for Best Book, Best Original Score and Best Choreography. Songs include: “I’m Holding Out For A Hero,”  “Footloose” and “Lets Hear It For The Boy”.

Footloose

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The Players’ cornerstone musical, “Footloose” is a fast paced and exciting musical based on the 1984 film by the same name. The story involves an ordinary city teen transplanted into a conservative small town where dancing is forbidden and rock and roll is demonized. With original songs by Kenny Loggins,Tom Snow, Dean Pitchford, Eric Carmen, Sammy Hagar and Jim Steinmen, this show is a multiple Tony Award winner for Best Book, Best Original Score and Best Choreography. Songs include: “I’m Holding Out For A Hero,”  “Footloose” and “Lets Hear It For The Boy”.

Footloose

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The Players’ cornerstone musical, “Footloose” is a fast paced and exciting musical based on the 1984 film by the same name. The story involves an ordinary city teen transplanted into a conservative small town where dancing is forbidden and rock and roll is demonized. With original songs by Kenny Loggins,Tom Snow, Dean Pitchford, Eric Carmen, Sammy Hagar and Jim Steinmen, this show is a multiple Tony Award winner for Best Book, Best Original Score and Best Choreography. Songs include: “I’m Holding Out For A Hero,”  “Footloose” and “Lets Hear It For The Boy”.

Van Morrison

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Ruth Eckerd Hall presents, in his only Florida appearance, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and six-time GRAMMY® winner, Van Morrison in concert on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17 and 18 at 8 pm. 20 years since his record setting, 4 consecutive sellout performances, Van Morrison makes his triumphant return! One of music’s true originals, Sir Van Morrison is one of the most prolific recording artists and hardest working live performers of his era with iconic hit songs like Moondance, Brown Eyed Girl, Gloria, Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven), Into the Mystic, Tupelo Honey, Crazy Love, Have I Told You Lately and Real, Real, Gone. Yet there was never any suggestion that Morrison would ever rest on his laurels. His unique and inspirational musical legacy continues with the upcoming release of his latest album Keep Me Singing (Caroline Records) due out in September.

With one of the most revered catalogues in music history and his unparalleled talents as composer, singer and performer, Morrison’s past achievements loom large. But, as throughout his extraordinary career, how that past informs his future achievements and still stirs excitement and keen anticipation.

Van Morrison

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Ruth Eckerd Hall presents, in his only Florida appearance, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and six-time GRAMMY® winner, VAN MORRISON in concert on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17 and 18 at 8 pm. This is Morrison’s first concert appearance in Clearwater in 20 years.

One of music’s true originals, Sir Van Morrison is one of the most prolific recording artists and hardest working live performers of his era with iconic hit songs like Moondance, Brown Eyed Girl, Gloria, Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven), Into the Mystic, Tupelo Honey, Crazy Love, Have I Told You Lately and Real, Real, Gone. Yet there was never any suggestion that Morrison would ever rest on his laurels. His unique and inspirational musical legacy continues with the upcoming release of his latest album Keep Me Singing (Caroline Records) due out in September.

With one of the most revered catalogues in music history and his unparalleled talents as composer, singer and performer, Morrison’s past achievements loom large. But, as throughout his extraordinary career, how that past informs his future achievements and still stirs excitement and keen anticipation.

Van Morrison

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Ruth Eckerd Hall presents, in his only Florida appearance, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and six-time GRAMMY® winner, VAN MORRISON in concert on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17 and 18 at 8 pm. This is Morrison’s first concert appearance in Clearwater in 20 years.

One of music’s true originals, Sir Van Morrison is one of the most prolific recording artists and hardest working live performers of his era with iconic hit songs like Moondance, Brown Eyed Girl, Gloria, Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven), Into the Mystic, Tupelo Honey, Crazy Love, Have I Told You Lately and Real, Real, Gone. Yet there was never any suggestion that Morrison would ever rest on his laurels. His unique and inspirational musical legacy continues with the upcoming release of his latest album Keep Me Singing (Caroline Records) due out in September.

With one of the most revered catalogues in music history and his unparalleled talents as composer, singer and performer, Morrison’s past achievements loom large. But, as throughout his extraordinary career, how that past informs his future achievements and still stirs excitement and keen anticipation.

An American in Paris

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AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is the new hit musical about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war. Don’t miss this stunning four-time Tony®-winning production that earned more awards than any other musical in the 2014-15 season!

The Thursday, Dec. 22, performance will be sign language interpreted.

Stay tuned for on-sale information!

Puscifer

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Puscifer, who wrap up their second North American tour in support of Money $hot, have announced a show at Ruth Eckerd Hall on November 3 at 8 pm. Maynard James Keenan said of the Puscifer’s live offering: “This show is so much more than just a band regurgitating songs. This is a multi-media performance unlike anything you’ve ever witnessed. There are those who know, and there are those who will know soon enough.”

Puscifer kicked off the Money $hot – Round 1 tour the day after the 10-song album’s October release, playing the Monster Mash Festival on November 1 with the next six weeks spent trekking from coast-to-coast presenting sold-out performances that marry the concept of concert and theater. Money $hot landed at #1 on Billboard’s Independent Music chart, #2 on the Alternative Albums chart and #30 on the Top 200. The Kansas City Star, in a live review, said “not much emerges from the music world these days that feels genuinely unique, but Puscifer’s Money $hot tour qualifies. Each component of the show was first-rate: the sound mix, the videos, the musical performance and the theatrics. It all added up to a show that was as memorable as it was unique.”

Puscifer’s touring line-up is Keenan, guitar player Mat Mitchell, singer Carina Round, drummer Jeff Friedl, keyboard player/vocalist Mahsa Zargaran and the newest addition, bass player Paul Barker (Ministry, Lead Into Gold).