Curtis Stigers to Close Jazz on the Green

In Uncategorized, on July 24th, 2021

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Omaha—Jazz on the Green closes next week with award-winning singer, songwriter, and saxophonist, Curtis Stigers. Known for multiple best-selling albums, Stigers was multi-instrumentalist from early on, playing classical, jazz, and even punk music. Before long, Stigers found himself living in New York City.

Featuring Curtis Stigers

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Stilian Kirov Conducts William Grant Still This Weekend

In Arts, Uncategorized, on March 5th, 2021

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Omaha, NE—Omaha Symphony returns this weekend with a diverse repertoire. The orchestra welcomes back Bulgarian conductor and Music Director of the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra and Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra, Stilian Kirov. The concert will feature mostly American composers, including Eric Ewazen, Walter Piston, and William Grant Still, but also Haydn.

Featuring Guest Conductor Stilian Kirov and Principal Pianist Christi Zuniga

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Bemis LOW END Shows Continue Virtually: FXTHR^

In Arts, Uncategorized, on May 14th, 2020

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The Bemis Center opened their new LOW END performance space
not too long before the spread of COVID-19, but that’s not stopping the show.
Performances are continuing virtually, and this week, Dustin Bushon will
perform, going by FXTHR^. He will be working with visual artist, Alex Myers.
Coming from a heavy metal background, Bushon has an affection for loud noise.

Featuring Dustin Bushon

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Fremont Strong Weekend Festival Benefits Flood Victims

In Uncategorized, on May 30th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—Nebraskans are still recovering from flooding earlier this year, and as the water recedes, many people are ready to rebuild and move forward. This weekend’s Freemont Strong Festival gives audiences a chance to support those in need while enjoying two full days of live music, comedy and more in one of the state’s most heavily affected communities.

Featuring Chris Marsh, Ken Phares, and Ty Ingram

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Nebraska Wind Symphony’s Spring Concert is for the Ladies

In Uncategorized, on April 9th, 2019

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Omaha, NE—With the new season comes Nebraska Wind Symphony’s next concert at Elkhorn South High School this Sunday. For the 80-member volunteer ensemble, this weekend is all about women in music—performers composers, and community leaders.

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Omaha Composer debuts Singer-Songwriter album

In Arts, Uncategorized, on February 19th, 2019

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“I was always writing my own music. Whether or not I showed it to anybody didn’t really matter to me, just that I was creating it. I felt this urge. When everyone else was going out to a party I was sneaking off to a practice room to sing and write” – Dryden Thomas. Local […]

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