Star Trek: Abduction

Plaza Live Orlando concert venue

Go where no opera has gone before when Opera Orlando brings the heralded Pacific Opera Project’s wild and fantastic resetting of Mozart’s Turkish brothel comedy into space and the distant future aboard the Starship Enterprise.

Tickets: $29 – $69

Star Trek: Abduction

Plaza Live Orlando concert venue

Go where no opera has gone before when Opera Orlando brings the heralded Pacific Opera Project’s wild and fantastic resetting of Mozart’s Turkish brothel comedy into space and the distant future aboard the Starship Enterprise.

Tickets: $29 – $69

Ledisi

House of Blues

With special guest Melanie Fiona

 

David Crosby & Friends

Plaza Live Orlando concert venue

Joining him will be five musical friends, James Raymond on keys, Mai Agan on bass, Steve DiStanislao on drums, Jeff Pevar on guitar and Michelle Willis on keys and vocals.

Tickets: $49.50 – $599.50

August Greene featuring Common, Robert Glasper & Karriem Riggins

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets start at: $49.50

The perfect marriage of jazz, Hip Hop and soul, August Greene is the newly formed supergroup featuring Grammy®, Oscar®, Golden Globe® and Emmy Award®–winning emcee Common, Houston-born, Grammy Award®–winning pianist and composer Robert Glasper, and world-renowned percussionist and producer Karriem Riggins.

Jonathan Davis

Plaza Live Orlando concert venue

The frontman of hard rock group Korn is out on a solo tour.

Tickets: $35 – $59.50

Thomas Wynn & The Believers

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

All seats $15

The show originally scheduled for Monday, February 19 has been rescheduled for Monday, May 14. Tickets already purchased will be valid for the new date.

Anyone who cannot attend on May 14 is entitled to a full refund at point of purchase until Thursday, January 25. Refunds for purchases made by credit or debit cards will be issued once requested. All other transactions will be refunded in 7–10 business days by check and mailed to the address on record when requested.

The Peacock Wind Ensemble

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets start at: $25

A treat for the whole family! The works of Shostakovich, Holst Gershwin and more performed in classic style. Enjoy all of the grandeur of a classic concert presented by one of the premier groups in Florida. Full instrumentation will fill the theater. Under the direction of Bennett Harmon.

The Ramblers & Dixielanders in Cotton Club Classics

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets start at: $45

The 1920’s come to life in this musical tribute to a bygone era! Listen to sound of the Ramblers as they recreate the sounds made popular by groups all over America. Ragtime, Dixieland and even Betty Boop are part of the show. Don’t miss an opportunity to hear the music that started swing!

Patti LaBelle

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets start at: $39.50

Beautiful, simply does not describe the incomparable force known to the world as Patti LaBelle. As time continues to evolve, the soulful songbird’s name has become synonymous with grace, style, elegance and class. Belting out classic rhythm and blues renditions, pop standards and spiritual sonnets have created the unique platform of versatility that Ms. Patti is known and revered for.

It’s a small wonder that Patti has time for anything else in between recording and touring, but she makes time and the world is oh so happy that she does! Patti has written five best-selling books, Don’t Block the Blessings, LaBelle Cuisine: Recipes to Sing About, Patti’s Pearls, Patti LaBelle’s Lite Cuisine and Recipes for the Good Life. More recently, she introduced Patti’s Good Life, a successful line of food products that features a variety of sauces, sweet potato pie and cakes and has starred in her own highly rated cooking specials on the Cooking Channel and Food Network.

In addition to her amazing career as an entertainer and entrepreneurial success, Ms. LaBelle’s work as a humanitarian is just as legendary. She remains an advocate for adoption, foster care, Big Sisters and the United Negro College Fund, among many other initiatives. While Ms. LaBelle’s celebrated 50-plus year career is respected world-wide, she has also endured and survived personal strife. Within a 10-year period, she lost her mother, three sisters and best friend to diabetes and cancer. In 1994, LaBelle was diagnosed with diabetes and shortly thereafter became a spokesperson for the American Diabetes Association.

The same motivation that had Patricia Louise Holte blossom from a choir member to lead vocalist for Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles and later Labelle, to a solo artist is the same energy that keeps her fire burning at seventy-three years young. “Each year I grow, and that’s a blessing from God. I do what I can do. I do what I feel God has given me the energy to do, so I just go out there and I do it…It’s not about making money because I don’t need money, but I need to sing. With a voice or without, I’ve got to get on that stage.” And the world is thankful that Ms. Patti’s voice sounds so good to our ears.

Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra presents 25th Anniversary Concert: Yo-Yo Ma & Colin Jacobsen

Bob Carr Theater in Orlando

Tickets start at: $100

oin us for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with the world’s most celebrated cellist, Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Colin Jacobsen, as they perform the Brahms’ Double Concerto with the full orchestra, conducted by Eric Jacobsen.

Eric Jacobsen, conductor
Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Colin Jacobsen, violin
Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
BRAHMS – Double Concerto in A Minor

Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra’s 61st Season Finale

Bob Carr Theater in Orlando

Tickets: $20

The organization’s three full orchestras and string-training orchestra will be featured as they showcase their talent and growth, with a featured performance from Curtis Shugart, cellist. Shugart will perform Kabalevsky’s Concerto No. 1 in G minor accompanied by our Symphonic Orchestra led by Music Director and Symphonic Orchestra Conductor Hanrich Claassen.

The Season Finale Concert will highlight pieces by Kabalevsky, Stravinsky, and more. In addition, 44 graduating seniors will be recognized as they leave the orchestra to reach new heights as musicians and individuals.

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