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Tommy Emmanuel in Concert
Sep.28
Arguably the best guitarist in the world, and a two-time Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel is one of Australia’s most respected musicians. With a professional career spanning five decades, Tommy has garnered hundreds of thousands of loyal fans worldwide. He's been given the title "best guitar player on the planet" by Chet Atkins, and he's also recognized as a “Certified Guitar Player” for his contribution to guitar music, a very rare distinction shared by only four other people in the world. Come see Tommy Emmanuel for one night only! Its a show you don't want to miss, you will be transformed!  
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Music Man-In Concert
Sep.29
Shirley Jones hosts this 50th Anniversary Celebration of one of America’s favorite movie musicals, The Music Man-In Concert. Co-starring Patrick Cassidy, it features gorgeous period costumes designed by Tony Award-winner William Ivey Long, video projection, film clips and some of Broadway’s finest singers and dancers. The Music Man-In Concert is composer Meredith Willson’s vintage portrait of Americana, featuring the fast talking and lovable salesman, Harold Hill, River City’s lovely Librarian, Marion, and a cast of colorful and unforgettable characters that discover and rediscover the power of music and romance, combined with a wonderful score including “Trouble,” “76 Trombones,” “Lida Rose” and “Til There Was You,” guarantees a very special event you won’t want to miss. 
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Gutierrez Plays Chopin
Oct.4
 Horacio Gutierrez, piano
Brahms: Symphony No. 3
Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1

"He still lets go with a machine-like power in the combustible double octaves and then, increasing their speed, kicks into higher gear - all of this without note-clotting or blurring of tone." - LA Times
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Cartoon Classics
Oct.5
From Pinocchio to Kermit, music has been part of the fun of children’s cartoons.

Conductor Matt Troy leads the orchestra in these performances featuring the full orchestra, plus a variety of special guests to make a fast-paced and interactive one-hour concert designed for children ages 4-to 12-years old. 
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