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Community TicketsPlease consider purchasing additional tickets, for “community” status.  Community Tickets are given free of charge, to someone who cannot afford to attend.  Retirees, shut-ins, students, etc… are given the opportunity to attend the show thanks to your generosity.  Blue Bamboo will match every community ticket sold.  Unclaimed tickets are applied to the next event.  If you would like to donate community tickets, just purchase the additional tickets, and send an email to bluebambooartcenter@yahoo.com with the subject line “Community’  In the body, please indicate which show, and how many tickets you intended for “community status.”  If you’d like to be considered to receive community tickets, please contact Melody Cortez at MelodyCortez@live.com or call 407-636-9951.


Richard Drexler

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

This is the fourth and last of a series of solo piano dates featuring Richard Drexler at the Blue Bamboo in 2019. Richard plans to play one composition by each of a list of his favorite pianists - Richie Beirach, Alan Broadbent, Billy Childs, Chick Corea, Bill Cunliffe, Wolfgang Dauner, Garry Dial, Bill Evans, Manfredo Fest, Clare Fischer, Jan Hammer, Herbie Hancock, Hampton Hawes, Eddie Haywood, Fred Hersch, Keith Jarrett, Bill Mays, Thelonious Monk, Duke Pearson, Oscar Peterson, Bud Powell, Horace Silver, Bobby Timmons, Ralph Towner, McCoy Tyner, Mal Waldron, Cedar Walton, Larry Willis and whoever else there's time for.

Richard Drexler is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and composer/arranger from Bloomington-Normal, IL. He has lived in central Florida since 1985.

After eleven years at the University of Central Florida and four years at Valencia College as an adjunct on their Jazz Studies faculties, he has moved into a full-time similar role at UCF (which also awarded him their first masters degree in music composition).

He has played on around 200 recordings; played piano in the Woody Herman Orchestra for over twenty years; was the bassist in trios of Kenny Drew Jr., Dick Hyman and others.

Richard's live duo recording with UCF Director of Jazz Studies, Jeff Rupert, placed high on all the national jazz radio tracking charts for most of 2017.

His main traveling gig for 16 years has been with electric bassist Jeff Berlin, with whom Richard plays both piano and acoustic bass. He has subbed with eleven Florida orchestras on seven instruments, plus in groups as diverse as Cheap Trick, Little Anthony & the Imperials and Saigon Kick; singers he has worked with include Mose Allison, Karrin Allyson, Tony Bennett, George Benson, Diahann Carroll, Vic Damone, Dena DeRose, Donovan, Bob Dorough, Connie Francis, Amy Grant, Al Jarreau, Frankie Laine, Idina Menzel, Mark Murphy, Freda Payne, Bernadette Peters, Mel Torme’ and Roseanna Vitro.

Richard assisted Peruvian guitarist/composer/producer Richie Zellon on much of the Songosaurus label catalog, fusing jazz and South American rhythms, with Alex Acuña, Gato Barbieri, Jerry Bergonzi, Paquito d’Rivera, Bob Mintzer, Claudio Roditi and others. His playing has been favorably reviewed in Down Beat, Jazz Improv, Jazziz, Jazz Times, and in dozens of online publications. Richard is one of just over a hundred players profiled in The New Face of Jazz, a Billboard (Random House) book by Cicily Janus with forewords by jazz legends Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Miller and Sonny Rollins, and has played with 40 of the other featured players.

“I have heard the future of Jazz, and it is Richard Drexler.” – Eric Addeo, Joel Chriss and Co., Jazz Times Magazine, 2004.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COFK1y75MRY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhoV1ZZ9ZsM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0k2uQSxmA0

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Thursday Night Hang: Dave Sheffield Trio

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Free admission!

The trio has been performing together for almost 30 years, and the group is regarded as one of the finest jazz trios in the central Florida area. The group features Dave on piano, Jeff Green on bass, and Don Sanderson on drums. This is an authentic jazz trio with repertoire consisting of standards from the American song book. The group can easily crossover from easy listening dinner music, to hard bebop.

Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSpwIdyH2vs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPFEbN29QuE&list=PLwC75S-CTNSCBF7Rkkf6VLFVLySBTmO4G

This event is sponsored by the City of Winter Park.

Cortez, Clermont & Archard

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

An international recording artist with a wide range of musical interests, Chris Cortez ranks among the top jazz guitarists in the world. He's been featured in Downbeat, Jazziz, Jazz Times, Le Jazz Hot Paris, etc... He's performed at clubs and festivals all over the world.

The always joyful Chuck Archard is an accomplished bassist, composer and educator. His original works have been played on all of the major television networks as well as HBO, STARZ, SHOWTIME, and thirty international markets. His music has been used in numerous motion pictures including, Career Girls, Substance Of Fire and Santa, Jr. He is the author of two of the best selling bass instruction books, "Building Bass Lines" and "No Brainer Bass" published by Alfred, Inc. and has had two articles published in Bass Player Magazine. Chuck is an in demand studio musician playing on more than one hundred CDs, national television commercials and is the bassist for Shawnee Press/Hal Leonard educational publications. He has performed and recorded with many artists including, Isaac Hayes, Larry Coryell, Peter Erskine, Danny Gottlieb, Mike Wofford, Holly Hoffman, Al Vizzuti, Romero Lubambo, Helio Alves and Gene Bertoncini and has performed on network and international television shows.

Drummer extraordinaire, Marc Clermont, is also a vocalist, solo performer, guitarist, percussionist and CEO of Airtight Music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u3-weXQ_6s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDYjbXg_D8Y

https://www.facebook.com/bluebambooartcenter/videos/1772161886133333/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UI0n-OWkuc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHGBidlInE4

https://bluebamboomusic.com/music

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Carol Stein Band

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Come celebrate an evening of music with the "Carol Stein Quartet" featuring Charlie Bertini on trumpet and flugelhorn; Eddie Metz on drums and Charles Silva on bass.

Carol Stein is an acclaimed pianist, entertainer, vocalist, composer: performing a variety of musical genres from jazz to classical or musicals and cabarets to pub songs. Throughout her career, she has lived, performed and traveled around the globe from Switzerland to Hong Kong to New York and in between. Carol has been the guest solo artist with various orchestras and has been a musician for the Walt Disney company for over 28 years. She is the resident musician at the Rose and Crown Pub at the UK Pavilion in EPCOT at Walt Disney World in Florida.

Carol enjoys composing and spontaneous arranging of pieces during a live performance. She may take a child's melody and turn it "inside-out" in the style of Mozart, and then into a bossa nova, and end up with a Duke Ellington swing.

More about Carol here: http://carolstein.com/

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George Grosman and Swing Boutique

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

SWING BOUTIQUE plays a unique combo of French and Gypsy flavored jazz...think anything from Django Reinhardt to Edith Piaf, with a generous smattering of New Orleans flavor added. Comprised of guitarist and vocalist George Grosman, fiddle and mandolin maestro Bo Frazer and accordion wizard John Keith, with the frequent addition of Nick Rosaci on upright bass and occasionally a clarinet/reeds player. Between the members, the performing experience is vast and includes everything from bar gigs to large performance halls and festivals on three continents. Some examples include the Toronto Jazz Festival, the College Park Jazz Festival in Orlando, the National Performance Center in Ottawa, Canada, the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, performances in Savannah, Georgia and as far afield as Prague, Czech Republic.

More info at www.georgegrosman.com and http://artistecard.com/swingboutique

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"Moments in Time", a musical celebration of the Artist Jason Hunt, to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Jason Hunt is a renowned Central Florida artist specializing in hyper-realistic pencil drawings. His talent is staggering. Jason has produced a large body of work, and many of the subjects are entertainment and music personalities.

To celebrate Jason's birthday, we thought it would be fun to show Jason's work on our projector screen, accompanied by a live musical performance, featuring the work of the drawing's subject. A drawing of Frank Sinatra, featuring Mark Miller performing a Sinatra tune for example. Since Jason's subjects are not limited to any particular genre, the evening promises to present quite a diverse collection of musical themes.

Featuring: Carol Stein, Mary Thompson-Hunt, Jim Detmar, Mark Miller, Christine Decker, Michelle Mailhot, Steve Purnick, Krista Miller, Jake Lockwood, Greg Triggs, Dean Rasik, Andy Murphy, Cole Miller, Peter Dearborn, Garland Ross, Jim Braswell, Matthew Arter, Donna Moore, France Neal, John DePaola, Lois Sage, and Mark Wise.

There will also be a silent auction. Join us for a wonderful evening of music and art.

100% of ticket sales will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank, along with the proceeds from a silent auction.

This event is made possible by a generous grant from the City of Winter Park.

Please come out and celebrate a brilliant artist, through a night of wonderful, eclectic music, and make a difference for hungry Floridians at the same time.

Note: Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts members must pay for this event.

Cortez and Friends

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Featuring Chris on guitar & vocals; Ed Krout on piano; Chuck Archard on bass; Alain Bradette on saxophone and Paul Parker on drums.

An international recording artist with a wide range of musical interests, Chris ranks among the top jazz guitarists in the world. He's been featured in Downbeat, Jazziz, Jazz Times, Le Jazz Hot Paris, etc... He's performed at clubs and festivals all over the world. His recordings are critically acclaimed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u3-weXQ_6s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDYjbXg_D8Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHGBidlInE4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UI0n-OWkuc

https://bluebamboomusic.com/music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u3-weXQ_6s

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Steve Luciano Quartet and Michelle Amato Present: “The Sweetest Songs You've (probably) Never Heard”

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Steve and Michelle are going out on a musical limb here, but they have faith that their Orlando and Blue Bamboo Bamboo friends are open for an evening of some of their very favorite songs that just don’t get performed often enough. Some of the songs are from renowned and prolific composers and singers, some not so well known, but they all need to be heard! There are too many of these to do in one evening, so this will probably be the first in a series. They might hit on one of your favorite obscure gems either this first time, or in the future. Hope you can join them - it’s really going to be a fun night!

Steve Luciano-guitar; Chuck Archard-bass; Harrison Light-piano; Larry Hendrickson-drums and Michelle Amato-vocals

Guitarist and educator, Steve Luciano has performed with many jazz musicians including, Charles Erland, George Morrow, Joe Morello, Danny Gottlieb and Adam Nussbaum. He has also performed with Donald O’Conner, Robert Goulet, Regis & Kathy Lee, Michael Feinstein, Billy Preston, Pebo Bryson and Brian McKnight.

Steve has participated in the television program “ Jazz Here and Now” for WCEU Public Television in Daytona Beach Florida, with one of his original compositions being aired. He has also been part of the pit orchestra for “The Broadway Series” at the Bob Carr performing arts center in Orlando, the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center and the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Steve also wrote a jazz guitar method book for Alfred publishing entitled “Jazz Sounds for Guitar."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjwcjcSXntA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnZ76CqJM_o

Michelle Amato is a dynamic vocalist whose abilities to convey the deep passion of a lyric, as well as soar effortlessly through the stratosphere are making her one of the most in demand names is music today. She has performed and recorded with an incredibly diverse array of artists, including Liza Minelli, Al Green, Sandi Patty, Jon Secada, Donna Summer, Michael McDonald, Ira Sullivan, Jon Hendricks, Celia Cruz, Rita Marley and world renowned composer Yanni.

Michelle’s Master’s Degree from the prestigious University of Miami School of Music has created great demand for her expertise as an educator and clinician. She has coached vocalists for Cirque du Soleil and taught private students and directed jazz vocal ensembles at The University of Miami, Miami Dade Community College, The University of Memphis and Rollins College. Michelle has conducted master classes and clinics for The International Association of Jazz Educators, Grammy in the Schools, The North American Cultural Center in San Jose, Costa Rica, and various groups at Walt Disney World. Her adjudicating duties have included The National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts, The Florida Vocal Association, and various jazz societies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMEvQD7jc5s&list=RDEMRsq_2X5OtjYisx3bSrClWw&start_radio=1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq48lwWicKk

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Storytellers of Central Florida present: TELLABRATION

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

On the 4th Saturday in November, guilds and storytelling enthusiasts all around the globe will hold concerts that celebrate the art of storytelling. Storytellers of Central Florida invite you to TELLABRATION, an evening of storytelling that will delight, captivate and mesmerize. Come listen and be part of this international, synchronized storytelling event.

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Jeff Rupert Quartet

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Join us for a fabulous night of jazz with Jeff on saxophone, Marty Morrell on drums, Ben Kramer on bass and Richard Drexler on piano.

Jeff Rupert is a Yamaha performing artist, record producer, recording artist, freelance tenor saxophonist, full-time professor, and Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Central Florida (UCF).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Rupert

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qxqs5Fm3DGw

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Nu-Blu

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Hailing from Siler City, the textbook definition of a picturesque small southern town, Nu-Blu’s heart and soul is husband-and-wife duo Daniel and Carolyn Routh. Carolyn’s caramel-coated soprano is one of the band’s defining traits, at times a tender lullaby, at times a freight train headed straight for you, but always unwinding a surprising tale. Daniel is the group’s backbone, a multi-instrumentalist and backing vocalist who also runs the band’s business. Calder Baker on vocals and banjo, and Justin Harrison on mandolin and fiddle round out the quartet’s warm, layered, Appalachian sound. Together they deliver upbeat, blazing-fingers pick work just as well as gentle, heartwarming ballads, and they do it all with a natural togetherness that can’t be faked, forged over hundreds of shows on the road.

It’s that road that ends up best defining their latest release, Vagabonds. “I love that we get to wake up someplace different every day,” says Daniel. “We meet people from all over the country.” Those people, and their stories, provided the timber for this most recent album, and are most present on songs like the poignant “A Lot More Love,” a simple, sincere invitation to build better bridges across a divided America, and “640 Battlefield Drive,” a ballad about love of country, loss, and strength. The album’s standout single, the effervescent, unstoppable “Still Small Voice,” was written by Devin Bell, Tony Lopacinski, and Jimmy Fortune, who says of the band, “Nu-Blu’s unique sound captures the attention of your heart and soul.”

The band got their start back in September of 2003, the end result of several of Carolyn’s and Daniel’s previous projects. From the beginning, they’ve embodied the American working band, pushing through challenges that would bring most of us to our knees. Just a few years after their formation, their original record label folded, and Carolyn suffered a stroke that left her unable to speak, let alone sing. But barreling past those early trials toughened them, and the muscle and callouses that came with them have led Nu-Blu to ever-new heights, like their single “Jesus and Jones,” which had a run on the radio charts as part of their last release, All The Way.

Their constant traveling has also changed the way they make music. Several tracks on Vagabonds found their way to the band almost on their own. “We were playing this show and we just kinda decided we’d do ‘Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door.’” explains Carolyn. “We hadn’t rehearsed it; we hadn’t even played it together before. But we pulled it off that night, and the audience loved it.” That growing relationship with their audience is what fuels the band both creatively and emotionally; making the thousands of miles they’ve traveled an honor instead of a chore. “If anything, I feel like the road has made us a sunnier bunch. In past albums, we’ve tended to gravitate towards the songs that make you cry,” says Carolyn, “but on this one, there are a number of just happy, happy songs.” Armed with a growing sense of joy and a love of music that only deepens, Nu-Blu will soon be taking Vagabonds through big and small towns, over highways and backroads, to listeners everywhere, sharing their unique sound, a disregard for the limits of genre, and a set of stories that will make their way straight to your heart.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGD-oDTDUBFp1ueZklY98lQ

http://www.nu-blu.com/

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Alain Bradette Jazz Quartet

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

After 20 years with Cirque Du Soleil’s La Nouba, Alain has been freelancing for the last 2 years and is a regular at Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts where he appears as a leader and a sideman.

For this concert, Alain will present the music from his State Of Mind CD recording, plus some newer material and selected pieces from friends. In this all acoustic setting, Alain will be accompanied by some of Orlando’s best musicians.

Featuring Alain on saxophone; Mark Falchook on piano; Thomas Milovac on bass and Walt Hubbard on drums.

https://www.alainbradette.com

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Bobby Koelble's Christmas Show

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Bobby Koelble is a guitarist and teacher whose artistry ranges from straight-ahead jazz to heavy metal. He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, and was a member of the foundational death metal band Death. He also released four albums as the guitarist/vocalist/composer for the eclectic rock band Junkierush. Today, Koelble is a professor of Jazz guitar at the University of Central Florida in Orlando and Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. He is guitarist for the Dave LaRue Band, The Absinthe Trio, and is a member of the hit jazz group "The Jazz Professors," who have released two Top Twenty Billboard Jazz albums to date. He has performed with Sam Rivers, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Lou Donaldson, Chris Potter, Larry Coryell, Kenny Drew Jr. and the finest jazz musicians in Central Florida.

https://www.facebook.com/bluebambooartcenter/videos/1859054557444065/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kePgBB3f7b8

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Thursday Night Hang: Marco Bojorquez Band

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

Free admission!

Marco is one of the area's in demand bassists performing with Robotman, Chris Cortez, and many of Central Florida's top players.

Joining Marco are John Krasula on guitar; Carl Hamilton on drums; Jeremy Fratti on saxophone; and Joe Young IV on trumpet.

Check out some of Marco's bass work here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMnmfmXmX58

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mUVsW2cnt4

This event is sponsored by the City of Winter Park.

Richard Gilewitz & Tim May

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

RICHARD GILEWITZ

For nearly four decades, American finger-style wizard Richard Gilewitz has fascinated listeners with 6 and 12-string finger gymnastics while spinning enchanting yarns of a seasoned raconteur. His concert performances around the world spill over with unexpected turns of the funnies, thought-provoking takes on life on the road, and tunes that propel the audience on a magical journey of sight and sound.

His signature playing style delivers a technical diversity of banjo style patterns and classical arpeggios with a rhythmic percussive approach, exploring the history of guitar with sounds of folk to Americana, the blues to the classical, ragtime to pop, and somewhere in between.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnzXaTITWPk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNGRtdKfPJI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ppyjdu_K0Wg

http://www.richardgilewitz.com

TIM MAY Flatpicker Tim May has been working in the Nashville area for over 20 years as a sideman, session player, band member and performer. Higher profile projects have included touring with Patty Loveless and John Cowan, and working as a regular on the Grand Ole Opry with Mike Snider. Tim was the solo guitarist on Charlie Daniels’ recording of I’ll Fly Away, which was nominated for the Best Country Instrumental Performance Grammy in 2005, the same year he was session leader on the critically acclaimed Moody Bluegrass album (he later played on Moody Bluegrass II as well). The Nashville Scene selected Tim in the Best Instrumentalist category in their 2012 Reader's Choice Poll. PK Thompson Guitars, Collings Mandolins, Shubb Capos, Elixir Strings, Hoffee Cases, Benedetto Guitars , L.R. Baggs Pickups and Pre-amps and Breedlove Guitars all have presented professional endorsements to Tim, a serious nod to his talents. And in 2017, Tim performed on the stage of the legendary Carnegie Hall in New York.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-DwOh5l80Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4960yKsT64

https://www.rootsmusicreport.com/reviews/view/album-review-of-sharky-by-richard-gilewitz-tim-may

http://www.timmaymusic.net/index.html

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Central Florida Jazz Society Presents: Resolve

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

RESOLVE is a vocal jazz quartet based out of Central Florida. Inspired by legendary vocal groups such as the Manhattan Transfer and the New York Voices, these four young vocalists bring a flair and musicality to the stage that is all their own!

When they're not creating music as RESOLVE, they spend their time performing for the Walt Disney Company. Collectively, they can be seen performing at various stages throughout Walt Disney World.

For this performance, Resolve is adding a rhythm section.

https://www.singers.com/groups/Resolve

Note: Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts members must pay for this event.

HAPCO LIVE 3-Year Anniversary

Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park

HAPCO LIVE 3-Year Anniversary Celebration and Benefit concert.

Join HAPCO Music Foundation in celebrating HAPCO LIVE’s three-year anniversary. HAPCO serves over 100 student musicians entertaining the community, and sharing the joy of great jazz. On stage will be some of their best musicians, performing their favorite jazz tunes.

HAPCO will proudly present the Micah Silverstein Quartet and the Andrew Kennedy Quartet, performing acoustic, straight ahead jazz. Both are students studying jazz in Central Florida, working alongside professional musicians.

HAPCO’s music arts and culinary programs help young people in our community use their artistic and musical talents as a vehicle to fund education or as a profession. Camps, clinics, master classes and private instruction are taught by industry and community professionals the students can relate to, identify with and learn from. The programs encourage artistic expression, technique and public performance.

Through HAPCO LIVE, student musicians entertain at community events and venues. Performers are typically alumni and volunteer youth advisors of HAPCO programs. This program gives young musicians paid performance experience, live work with other musicians and valuable community connections. LIVE programs are in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida; Dallas, Texas; and Atlanta, Georgia. Since 2016, HAPCO LIVE performers have earned over $25,000 at paying gigs, to help them fund their secondary education.

This event is being co-sponsored by the City of Winter Park, and Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts. 100% of ticket sales and silent auction proceeds will go directly to the HAPCO Music Foundation.

Note: Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts members must pay for this event.