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This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
Join us for a Tibetan healing meditation designed to help you fall in tune with yourself and bring harmony to your whole being.Join us for a Tibetan healing meditation designed to help you fall in tune with yourself, and bring harmony to your whole being, utilizing music, sound, and the beautiful acoustics of Timucua.Note: this is an alcohol-free event. The meditation is best practiced on a light stomach. Please dress comfortably.About Puja:Puja Madan is an award-winning leadership coach, speaker and…Find out more »
Four-time Grammy Award-winner Nick Photinos performs at Timucua on 11/6/21. Four-time Grammy Award-winner Nick Photinos is one of the most innovative cellists of our time, collaborating with artists including Björk, Wilco, Bryce Dessner, and Philip Glass. Join him as he performs Petits Artéfacts--a collection of recent short works running the gamut from intimate to silly to profound--for cello and electronics by Florida composers Alex Burtzos and Mark Snyder as well as Nathalie Joachim, Leanna Primiani, Ted Hearne, Monty Adkins, Susanna…Find out more »
Jazz band Megabones will perform at Timucua on 11/7/21.“The MegaBones” is a lifelong dream of Johny’s. He has composed and arranged all the music they perform. Johny Carlsson & the MegaBones, with their original compositions and arrangements, want to revive - and relive - the joy and spontaneity that characterized jazz in the 50s and 60s. Personnell: Trombones - Pat Gullotta, Rick Abbott, Harold “H” Johnson, Corey Paul Bass Trombone - Will NestlerBass - Charlie SilvaDrums - Barry SmithFind out more »
Timucua presents April Brown on 11/14/21 for two performances.Timucua presents April Brown on 11/14/21 for two performances. April Brown made her Timucua debut earlier this year with a full band, poetry, and more. Don't miss your chance to catch an amazing show. ***"come.sing along:our favorite love-songswith soul andsinceritywearing-- of course --your most comfortable sweaterand be wrapped in a story of love and redemption.authored by April Brownand co authored by acoustic guitar, piano, and drum sounds"- April BrownFind out more »
The time to step out in front has arrived for saxophonist DeAndre Lettsome.The time to step out in front has arrived for saxophonist DeAndre Lettsome. The Jacksonville, Florida native arrives at the spotlight with singular style and dulcet tone on his eponymous debut album that highlights a new voice with meaningful intent.With his debut, DeAndre finds comfort as a bandleader and as an artist. He offers a unique voice to the world through his music at this point in his…Find out more »
Timucua presents the UCF Faculty Brass Quintet in concert on 11/20/21.Timucua presents the UCF Faculty Brass Quintet in concert on 11/20/21. Five professional brass musicians show the fruit of collaboration in recital.Find out more »
Latin American Artists Around the World: Segundo Encuentro De Artistas Latinoamericanxs, EDALX! In-person and digitally.This Encuentro is the second of its kind, following the great success of its premier in 2020. This Encuentro will showcase Latin American artists working in a variety of art forms and mediums, including performing arts, music, visual arts, literature, etc., in the United States and beyond. Part of it will be done in person and part of it will be video submissions from Latinx artists…Find out more »
Both the 7 pm and 9 pm performances are available. Each opera is 30-40 minutes and will be performed twice in one evening. https://youtu.be/y72ZeT5Gm5k Composer Nathan Felix presents the Florida premieres of the War Bride and the in-person premiere of Ribas-Dominicci. The War Bride: The War Bride is a short opera that follows a WWII bride, Jean Groundsell Contreras, from Britain as she faces new challenges as an immigrant in the USA in the 1940’s. The War Bride cast: Soprano…Find out more »
CuBop! returns to Timucua with more Latin-infused music on 12/17/21! Celebrating the Latin infused side of the Blue Note catalog, Cubop's origin stem from the fusion of the Afro-Cuban and BeBop sounds of stylistic pioneers Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, and Horace Silver. Since the group's inception in 2015, the Cubop catalog has expanded to cover a wide array of styles in the jazz idiom from Latin-Jazz to Hard Bop and to more progressive avant-garde styles all…Find out more »
CuBop! returns to Timucua with more Latin-infused music on 12/18/21! Please bring a bottled beverage to share.Celebrating the Latin infused side of the Blue Note catalog, Cubop's origin stem from the fusion of the Afro-Cuban and BeBop sounds of stylistic pioneers Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, and Horace Silver. Since the group's inception in 2015, the Cubop catalog has expanded to cover a wide array of styles in the jazz idiom from Latin-Jazz to Hard Bop and…Find out more »
Grammy and Downbeat Award winning saxophonist Wayne Escoffery performs at Timucua on 1/6/22! Grammy and Downbeat Award winning saxophonist Wayne Escoffery, known for his tenure with The Mingus Big Band and The Tom Harrell Quintet, presents an evening of Jazz celebrating the modern masters of the tenor saxophone including Joe Henderson, John Coltrane, George Colman, Wayne Shorter and others.Find out more »
The groundbreaking ensemble the MANA Quartet performs at Timucua! Please bring a bottled beverage to share. Called a “groundbreaking ensemble” by the Los Angeles Chronicle, the MANA Quartet has repeatedly won high praise from today’s leading composers, noted as “vigorous and accomplished…deserving every success” and “beautifully balanced…a new bright light in the world of chamber music” by Pulitzer Prize winners Charles Wuorinen and Ellen Taafe Zwilich. Championed as “Saxophone Ambassadors” by Chamber Music Magazine, MANA embodies its namesake as a…Find out more »
The Bailsmen return to the Timucua stage! The Bailsmen play hot jazz and gypsy swing, drawing from the inspiration of Django Reinhardt's driving rhythm and the excitement of prohibition-era luminaries Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet. The Bailsmen were born on the rooftops of Brooklyn in the Summer of 2011 with the goal of playing high-energy, vintage music for packed dance floors.Find out more »
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