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Monika Ryan returns to Timucua!
A one-time resident of the Carnegie Hall “Neighborhood Concert Series,” she has performed at The Big Apple In Nonoichi Jazz Festival in Japan. Her albums recorded over the past two years include a largely improvised jazz album with pianist Chris White, titled “Sketches”; “Fly,” a modern pop/jazz concept piece exploring the life of aviation pioneer, Charles Lindbergh; a holiday album “Merry”; “Crash,” music published in 1929, with guitarist, David O’Rourke; and “Windmills,” a tribute to the legendary lyricists, Alan and Marilyn Bergman.Find out more »
FSYO's Chamber Music orchestra, under the direction of FSYO Music Director and Symphonic Orchestra Conductor Hanrich Claassen. Chamber Orchestra is a selective program open to students participating in FSYO's Symphonic Orchestra who are interested in training in the art of small ensemble playing. The ensemble curriculum is comprehensive and includes weekly professional coaching.Find out more »
Louis Goldstein returns to Timucua!
Dutch sensation Michel van der Aa's "Transit" for piano, video, and soundtrack will receive its southeastern premiere. "Still," composed by rising star James Romig in 2017, is a musical response to the abstract expressionist works by the painter Clyfford Still.Find out more »
Vivacity is a 5 – 8 piece jazz and swing band that performs an extensive song list of music from the 1920s to the timeless classics of today. The band brings exhilarating energy to any event!Find out more »
Jordan Foley is a singer-songwriter in the folk-Americana realm based in Orlando, Fl. Jordan packs a punch with his growling voice and heavy-hand acoustic rhythm and can be found playing all over the Central Florida area and beyond.Find out more »
Artefacto is an Orlando-based rock group that blends nuances from alternative rock, pop as well as electronic music, and delivers them in the Spanish language. The diverse musical backgrounds of its constituent members is a constant source of motivation, and well-spring, to the creation of their music https://www.facebook.com/artefactoband/Find out more »
Heralded as a “ legitimate jazz triple threat” (Critical Jazz) who “take a back seat to no one” (The New York Times), performer, producer and educator Ulysses Owens Jr. goes the limit in the jazz world and beyond.Find out more »
Frank Baum’s “The Wizard of Oz” gets re-set in contemporary Puerto Rico in Paul Castañeda and Juan Cantú’s “The Wiz.” There are great ideas in Castañeda’s adaptation to make the story relevant — the Scarecrow has Asperger’s, the Tin Man is gay. Most important, the tornado is now Hurricane Maria.Find out more »
The Fernwood Quartet, together with soprano Samantha Barnes Daniel, will take you on a journey that starts in the late Romantic period and ends in the early Modern era, breaking free from the restraints of harmonic traditions. All this in one single work, the second String Quartet by Arnold Schönberg, which starts off in late romantic idiom, and finally leaves behind tonality in the last two movements which put Stefan George's famous poem, "Ich fühle Luft von einem anderen Planeten" ("Air from another planet"), to music.Find out more »
Born in Bogota, Girón grew up listening to his dad’s Spanish guitar albums but gravitated to rock when he taught himself the guitar at age 16. By age 17, seeking a more solid foundation, Girón began his classical guitar studies in the School of Music Luis A. Calvo in Bogota under the direction of Humberto Franco. Later, he studied music at the Pedagogica Nacional University, where he took classes with the great Colombian guitarist and composer Gentil Montana. His studies there included flamenco guitar and modern harmony with Martinez – three years after he first saw him play on TV! Girón also attended Great Lectures of Classical Guitar instructed by Eduardo Fernandez, Leo Brower, Tomas Patterson and Alirio Diaz, among other great maestros.Find out more »