Campus Concert Series: “Tru L3gacy”

Many have compared the sound of Tru L3gacy to best-selling R&B group, “Boyz II Men”.  Tru L3gacy’s fresh generic sound is taking the industry by storm as they travel all over the U.S. creating a huge fan base. In the lobby of the WinterHaven Fine Arts Theatre Building





Romance, Lies, and Opera

To love and not be loved, at times touches us all. The ecstasy and pain of love, twisted by a mix of lies and truth … Is this life, or could it be a soap opera? No… it’s opera! Experience these emotions, as expressed through the dramatic – and sometimes melodramatic – music of opera […]





FOSSILS! Family Concert

Kids ages 2-12 will love this musical journey through prehistory! This free Imperial Symphony Orchestra community concert is will feature kid-friendly activities including a dig in the Museum’s fossil pit! Learn more!





Polk State Symphonic Band Concert: “Spooktacular

Children in costume free with paying adult.





THE SAXOPHONE: VERSATILITY UNLEASHED!

A consummate musician in all genres – from classical to jazz and everything in between – Valerie Gillespie is a formidable performer.  Tonight this FSC artist-teacher, joined by pianist Robert Winslow, shares her love for the saxophone, celebrated for its own musical versatility with its classical roots and jazz lineage.  Come experience the range and […]





Over 55 Show Band Concert: “October Sky”

Over 55 Show Band

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Concert with Folk Musician, Kristin Andreassen

A skilled guitarist and fiddler, Andreassen is also well-known for her lyrical prowess, having been described by The New Yorker as “inventive” and by The Boston Globe as “Sublime. Like a watercolor painting set to music.” Drawing her inspiration from American folk music, Andreassen played with stringband Uncle Earl and toured with the Appalachian clogging […]





Downtown Concert Series: Folk musician, Kristin Andreassen

A skilled guitarist and fiddler, Andreassen is also well-known for her lyrical prowess, having been described by The New Yorker as “inventive” and by The Boston Globe as “Sublime. Like a watercolor painting set to music.” Drawing her inspiration from American folk music, Andreassen played with stringband Uncle Earl and toured with the Appalachian clogging […]





Masterworks: Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4

Imperial Symphony Orchestra photo by Thomas Mack

The ISO makes its 50th season debut with “Overture to a New Day,” commissioned for this special gold anniversary. Guest artist Andy Liu, a graduate of Harrison School for the Arts who also studied with Robert MacDonald, will perform “Schumann’s Piano Concerto in a minor” with the Orchestra. In addition, the orchestra will perform the wonderful Tchaikovsky Symphony […]





Choir Concert: “Broadway in Concert”

Repertoire for the concert includes selections from Broadway favorites such as “Porgy and Bess,” “Ragtime,” “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” and “Oklahoma!”





Polk Arts Alliance

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