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Emily Kopp is a Nashville-based song-writer and performer with Orlando roots. She has a full length album and an EP out under her name and has shared the stage with Matchbox 20, Brandi Carlile, Marc Cohn, Phillip Phillips, Kenny Loggins, Boyce Avenue, and The Gin Blossoms. https://youtu.be/SKqGJHTEXdwFind out more »
American pianist Jamila Tekalli has performed in concerts, festivals, and competitions throughout the United States, Canada, and Central and South America as a solo pianist, collaborative and chamber musician. In 2006, Ms. Tekalli received her Bachelor of Music from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music where she studied piano with Evelyne Brancart and Arnaldo Cohen. She completed her Masters in 2009 at University of Central Florida with studies with Laurent Boukobza. Ms. Tekalli received her Doctor of Musical Arts in…Find out more »
Please also bring food or wine to share. A native of West Virginia's Wood County region, Burge spent the '80s and '90s earning his place as one of the most important and enduring figures in the state's music scene, fronting everything from the alt-rock band 63 Eyes to the outlaw-country cover project Triple Shot. Since the early 2000s, Burge has concentrated on his singular brand of folk-pop storytelling. His latest album, Imitation Life, was produced by longtime collaborator and Grammy…Find out more »
At only 21 years of age, Berklee College of Music student Fernando Ferrarone has already been a part of the GRAMMY® Jazz Band and Music for All’s Jazz Band of America, won a DownBeat Student Music Award as a jazz soloist winner on trumpet and alto saxophone, and appeared in the Next Generation Jazz Orchestra at the 2013 Monterey Jazz Festival (when he was 17). The Trio is rounded out by young New York drummer Chris Garriga and Peruvian bassist Mario Cuba.Find out more »
A pioneer in a most unusual musical form, Zeena Parkins brought jazz and freeform sensibilities to the harp, breaking new ground with electric amplification and unique percussive performance. The award-winning artist has played with a galaxy of innovators including Björk, Amy DeNio, Fred Frith, Yoko Ono, Butch Morris and more. As an Artist In Residence at the Atlantic Center For the Arts, she brings her passionate style to a new generation of artists.Find out more »
Andreas Volmer, violin Chris Erickson, cello David Khourshid, piano Zoltán Gárdonyi, Dritte kleine Rhapsodie (1955) Joaquín Turina, Piano Trio No. 2 in b minor, op 76 (1933) Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio No. 1 in B major, op 8 (1889)Find out more »
New work by the Orlando playwright, with special appearances from superb local musicians. "A play by Joseph Reed Hayes is a welcome oasis of cultured smarts." - Orlando Weekly Following the 2015 overflow success of the White House production of Tom Waits For No Man, Hayes returns with a new work, Bucket Boy Featuring unexpected performances from drummer Mark Feinman (La Lucha) and poet Gloria Muñoz in a comic drama with music about “opportunity, bewilderment, and a basic inability to accept reality as it truly is”. Guest appearances from some of Orlando’s best musical talent complete the experience.Find out more »
The Timucua Arts Foundation offers a free composition class available to all who want to learn at the Melrose Center of the Central Orange County Library in Downtown Orlando.
Students from Timucua's music composition program, Works with Sounds, will have their pieces performed by professional musicians at this afternoon concert. Free and open to the public.
Hear the world premieres of these new works by our students.Find out more »