2021-2022 Show Preview

You will be able to purchase individual tickets for these shows on this web page AFTER July 15, 2021

Masters of Soul – Monday, November 8, 2021 at 7:00pm

The Masters of Soul performance will bring you back to Motown (Motor-Town Detroit) music of the 50s, 60s and 70s.   Six talented vocals and an instrumental quartet present a stylish celebration of Motown and Soul groups you’ll remember.  Masters of Soul performs with fully choreographed tributes, costumed glamour and a lively band, since 2009. They travel and perform for several musical associations (such as LPA) and have received pages and pages of accolades you can read online. A quote from one attendee:  “take the LOVE that we felt for one another tonight and spread it across our entire region!”  Another:  “the show was 3X as good as I expected!”

 

Uptown Girls – Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 3:00pm

“Uptown Girls”  present a show reminiscent of a movie named “Uptown Girls.  In similar style, this classy musical trio, with piano accompaniment, have fun in their friendship and frivolity and they love to share those feelings with their audience. You’ll enjoy top-of-the-charts pop hits of the 70s and the 80s. Uptown Girls are typically carefree and playful so you can expect a light-hearted show.

Branden & James – Saturday, April 30, 2022 at 7:00pm

Branden & James (Branden James and James Clark) formed a classical crossover music style in 2015. They haven’t stopped developing and reinventing artistic forms of music and entertainment.  Branden was a finalist in season eight of the America’s Got Talent shows with a tenor voice that all remember.  He has since appeared at the Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Los Angeles Opera.

James, an Australian, plays a beautiful, powerhouse cello.  He is a brilliant music arranger and director, creating new arrangements of familiar songs so that you believe you’re listening to something brand new in their duo performance.  Branden & James create “soaring tenor vocals and dazzling cello” (NPR music) that you’re sure to enjoy.