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JACK LASSETER The Cowboy and Cattle Ranching in the West

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Here Jack tells us all about the history of the western cattle business, who the cowboys were, what their life was like, their special terminology and apparel, why their boots are pointed and their hats turned up, why bareback is safer than with a saddle, what life was like on a cattle drive and how did one start a ranch and survive in Arizona. It is a fascinating subject that most of us don’t know much about except from the movies, and just in time for Rodeo.

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AN EVENING OF MAGIC, COMEDY AND FUN - Michael DeSchalit and Norm Marini

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Wednesday, February 17th at 7:00 PM Tickets: $15/$20 in advance, all tickets $20 at door

Michael C. DeSchalit is a Multi-Award Winning Magician who has performed all over the world in such venues as the World Famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, The Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, The Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and hundreds of schools nationwide. He is also a Master Stage Hypnotist and Professional Motivational Speaker, and has personally performed for and presented to audiences on two continents, four countries and 23 states.

Whether it’s “Close-Up” magic in an intimate setting, “Parlor Magic” for a small group, “Comedy Magic” for a Laugh-a-Minute, or “Stage Magic” like you would experience in Las Vegas, Michael is a Master of all styles of magic and a true professional. His shows have just the right mix of magic and comedy to keep his audiences amazed and laughing all at the same time.

Norm offers a fast-paced, audience participation experience that will draw everyone into an evening of entertainment you will not soon forget. As a multi award winning Stage and Close up Magician, Norm knows the right blend of magic and comedy to make your guests have fun. After all…it’s his job!

For the past two decades Norm has been entertaining audiences in Arizona, California and Nevada. Always an audience favorite, Norm produces and stars in his own show “It’s Magic” which has been showing at the Gaslight theatre for over 15 years. Norm’s show is filled will incredible magic, gut busting humor and a dynamic personality resulting in multiple Awards from the Society of American Magicians over the past 25 years!

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A TRIBUTE TO MARTY ROBBINS ~ The Big Iron Band

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Marty Robbins was not only an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and racecar driver, he was one of the most successful country and western singers in the world for the greater part of his nearly four-decade career. Robbins had sixteen number one country hits between 1952 and 1976 and many of his songs also enjoyed great success on the pop charts. Chris Campbell, leader of the Big Iron Band, was captured by the intriguing storytelling and resonance of Marty’s voice back in high school. Campbell has performed at venues across the southwest but especially enjoys his longstanding relationship with the Friends of Marty Robbins Museum in Wilcox, AZ where he plays Marty’s music at two annual tribute festivals hosted by the organization. This performance by the Big Iron Band (Chris Campbell-guitar/bass/vocals, Michael Campbell-guitar and John Rickard-pedal steel guitar and others) will feature classic songs such as El Paso, White Sport Coat, Devil Woman, Man Walks Among Us and much more!

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RAGTIME LADIES WITH PIANIST MIMI BLAIS

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $20/$25 in advance – all tickets $25 at door

Montreal’s piano phenom, Mimi Blais, is one of the most highly trained and gifted pianists on the U.S. and international circuits, particularly noted for her flawless technique at the piano, her wit and charming French accent, and the humorous Gaslight Era personas she adds to her energetic and highly entertaining performances. Often dubbed the female Victor Borge, the Celine Dion of the keyboard, and the French Canadian Liberacette, Mimi is a top headliner at music festivals worldwide. She studied at the Quebec Conservatory of Music and McGill University in Montreal, earning advanced degrees in both classical piano and performing arts. Her performances are filled with humor, history, theatrics and music that will touch the soul.

Mimi makes her return to CPAC with a special concert featuring the music of female ragtime composers. Why a concert for women composers of ragtime? In part because they deserve equal recognition with the more prominent male composers, and they often get buried in that list. It was the women who more often had taken piano lessons, played ragtime in the home, demonstrated it in the stores, and who often understood better than many men composers the emotional aspects of the music. Most composed anywhere from their late teens through their late twenties or early thirties when many music-oriented careers were ended by marriage. Even while they were composing they often faced obstacles in the male-dominated publishing world. It is also telling that while both black and white males of all classes contributed to the pool of piano rags with some balance, the vast majority of female composers were white and from middle-class areas. Mimi is proud to feature the most important female composers of ragtime from yesterday and today.

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MY FUNNY VALENTINE – THE RICHARD RODGERS SONGBOOK Lonely Street Productions

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $25/$30 in advance – all tickets $30 at door

Richard Rodgers is recognized as one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, having written more than 900 songs and 40 musicals during his career. We’ll pay tribute this musical master with an evening of song that includes selections from a small sample of his Broadway hits, including Oklahoma, The Sound of Music, and South Pacific. And no salute to Rodgers would be complete without soul-stirring favorites like “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” “Blue Moon,” “Do You Hear a Waltz,” and of course, “My Funny Valentine.”

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Mariachi Sol Azteca

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets $15 (upper level) / $20 (premium seating), all tickets $20 at door

In 2001, two local mariachi student musicians collaborated to form Mariachi Sol Azteca. The group has grown to 13 members and consists of violins, trumpets, guitars, a vihuela, a guitarron and a harp. Mariachi Sol Azteca is currently under the leadership of founding Director Angel Guzman and newly appointed Director of Musicality and Performance, Rafael Moran. Members of Mariachi Sol Azteca are actively involved in several local communities and have recently established a partnership with the Instituto Cultural Mexicano de Tucson to strengthen the bond between the ensemble and southern Arizona. Mariachi Sol Azteca has partnered with The Arizona Bilingual Newspaper, The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Rincon Congregational Church, La Parrilla Suiza, HopeFest and The Museum of Northern Arizona & Nuestras Raices in Flagstaff, AZ. The ensemble has worked diligently to create a fresh and progressive mariachi sound and has a passion to educate others about the art form. The ensemble performs for private parties, corporate gatherings, and most importantly, community events that facilitate cultural growth. The mission of Mariachi Sol Azteca is to preserve mariachi music in a professional and respectful way by elevating cultural awareness in the arts.

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JONI HARMS

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Harms has been praised for her pure voice since she signed her first record deal with the famed producer Jimmy Bowen, of Capitol Records in the early 1990s. Since that time Joni has released eight more outstanding albums. Joni Harms is no stranger to success. She has been a winner of multiple Academy of Western Artists Awards including top honor for Entertainer of the Year in 2002. In 2003, Harms was named Female Vocalist of the Year and accepted the award for Song of the Year from the Western Music Association. Harms continues to build audiences through appearances at the Grand Ole Opry and New York City’s Carnegie Hall. Harms lives on a ranch in Oregon with her family that was homesteaded by her great, great grandfather in 1872. The ranch serves as the main inspiration for many of her songs.

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DAVE STAMEY

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $25 in advance – $30 at door

Returning to CPAC for the fourth year in a row, Dave’s stories, songs and humor about living and working in the west continue to mesmerize audiences across the nation. Dave has been called the “Charlie Russell of Western Music” by Cowboys and Indian Magazine. In 2010 and 2014 True West Magazine named him the Best Living Western Solo Musician. The Western Music Association has named Stamey Entertainer of the Year six times, Male Performer of the Year five times, and Songwriter of the Year five times. He also holds the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists. As his friend Baxter Black says: “California gave us Buck Owen, the condor and Dave Stamey…I’ll take Davey any day!” Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, a mule packer, a dude wrangler and is now one of the most popular Western entertainers working today. He has delighted audiences in twenty states and finds that he prefers this to being stomped by angry horses.

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GREEN VALLEY STAGE BAND

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Back for their annual CPAC concert, the Green Valley Stage Band has been delighting audiences throughout southern Arizona since 1990. The 20 piece band of musicians performs a variety of big band music from the 40’s, 50’s and up to the present including music from such artists as Stan Kenton, Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Perez Prado, Hank Williams, the Beatles, and more.

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TRIBUTE TO FATS DOMINO WITH MR. BOOGIE WOOGIE

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $25 in advance – $30 at door

Hard drivin’, old school Rhythm & Blues, complemented by the fastest, flashiest, piano-thumping boogie man from the Netherlands. Yes, that’s right. This Dutch based, drive by piano player hits hard and will take no prisoners! As soon as he starts pounding the ivories, you’ll be on your way to the Land of Good Times.

Mr. Boogie Woogie and his nine piece Fats Domino Tribute Band will perform Fats Domino’s biggest hits like Blueberry Hill, I’m Ready and Blue Monday in addition to other songs from Domino’s enormous repertoire including There Goes My Heart Again, Domino Twist and Whiskey Heaven making resisting foot tapping and singing along impossible.

This tribute show is a celebration, an explosive musical spectacle full of fire, virtuosity and humor, with an overwhelmingly charismatic horn section, a truly one of a kind tribute to the music of the legendary Fats Domino. ”We can definitely say Mr. Boogie Woogie is not an acquired taste. His enthusiastic piano attacks are instantly accessible. He starts playing, you start smiling.” C. Graham – Tucson Citizen

Mr. Boogie Woogie (aka) Eric-Jan Overbeek was born in Nieuw Vennep, Netherlands. Mesmerized by an old piano in the living room, Eric-Jan began studying classical piano at the age of eight. He demonstrated an extraordinary talent for musical arrangement and got his first job at age twelve playing piano as an accompanist for dance classes. In April 2011 Overbeek was voted Best Dutch Blues Pianist 2010. He also won the prestigious title of Best European Blues Pianist 2005 in the company of the many of the world’s best blues artists.

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MUSIC OF THE JAZZ AGE AND THE ROARING TWENTIES! With Pianist Alex Tentser and Mezzo Soprano Korby Myrick

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

This program celebrates great American music heritage created at the start of the 20th century. Commonly known as the Jazz Age, this era produced several important songwriters and composers including Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern and George Gershwin. During this time, American composers created new musical forms including modern songs and dances accented by ragtime rhythms and new American musicals such as “Showboat” composed by Jerome Kern. The program features well-known songs by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern, and pieces for piano including selections from the Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin. Alexander Tentser, world-class pianist, conductor and charismatic educator, will narrate the unfolding story of that fascinating era.

Originally from Kiev, Ukraine, Alexander Tentser is an unusually gifted and versatile musician. In his capacity as a concert pianist, chamber music collaborator and conductor, he has performed in venues all across the globe including almost all the republics of the former Soviet Union. After a highly acclaimed performance of Grieg’s Piano Concerto at the age of twelve, he went on to study music at the Gnessin Music College in Moscow, Russia, the oldest music college in the country, and the Russian Music Academy. After moving to the United States, Alexander Tentser pursued a doctorate degree in piano from the Univeristy of Arizona.

Dr. Tentser’s solo repertoire includes dozens of piano concertos. He has performed multiple times as a soloist with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, the Siberian Philharmonic Violin Ensemble and the National Convention Russian Folk Orchestra. He has performed with numerous chamber ensembles including the Day Star chamber players, St. Michael players and Esperanza quartet. Dr. Tentser’s collaborations include a performance of John Corigliano’s Violin Sonata at New York University with New York Philharmonic violinist, Anna Rabinova. Dr. Tentser currently conducts the Pima Community College Orchestra and teaches courses on popular music.

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THE DIXIE CATS

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

The Dixie Cats have been playing together for more than 20 years and have a combined experience of literally hundreds of years. They are comprised of Keith Thoreson (clarinet), Jim Nickerson (trombone), John Reitz (Trumpet), Wade Poteet (Bass), Al Farmer (Banjo) and Ray Vidal (drums). With regular engagements across southern Arizona, they can be seen annually at the Arizona Classic Jazz Society Festival in Chandler, AZ. From their standard opening tune of Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans to their final encore of When the Saints Go Marchin’ In, this good old-fashioned Dixieland band will get you clapping and tapping your toes.

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RISING STARS UP CLOSE: ARIZONA OPERA STUDIO IN CONCERT

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $20/$25 in advance – all tickets $25 at door

CPAC presents an exhilarating evening of great Operatic and Musical Theater selections sung by the acclaimed Studio Artists at Arizona Opera. This concert will feature Sarah Tucker (soprano), Alyssa Martin (mezzo-soprano), Andrew Penning (tenor), Joseph Lattanzi (baritone), Calvin Griffin (bass-baritone) and Cody Martin (piano). These six artists were chosen from a highly competitive pool of 700 applicants and a rigorous audition process in New York City. They have performed to great acclaim at the Santa Fe Opera, Glimmerglass Festival, Des Moines Metro Opera, and Cincinnati Opera. Come see and hear some of the hottest young talents in the nation in your own backyard!

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Art Workshop - Collage: Alter, Layer, Fuse! Instructor: Francie Ginocchio

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

In this two-day workshop you will explore a unique approach to collage that begins with altering papers to create an array of collage materials. Next you will compose, layer and fuse the prepared papers to a paper foundation using a heated “tack” iron. It doesn’t stop there. Your piece will be glazed, shadowed and enriched with more layers and color. Students will work on 4” – 6” bases and will leave with the basics of this great collage technique.

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JACK LASSETER A Walk in the Desert

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Are you interested in the world around you, in this place where we live, in why jackrabbits have such long ears, why mountain lions’ forepaws are larger than their hind paws, why the grooves on the south side of Saguaros are deeper and narrower than those on the north side, why some mountains, like the Rincons and Mt. Lemon, are rounded, whereas some, like the front range of the Catalinas have steep cliffs. Come and find out about this place where we live, as Jack takes us for a verbal “walk in the desert.” Whether you are new to the desert or have lived here all your life, you will go away saying, “Wow, I didn’t know that.”

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Awakening the Fire - An Evening of Native American Flute & World Percussion with R. Carlos Nakai & Will Clipman

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $20/$25 in advance – all tickets $25 at door

Multiple GRAMMY® Nominees and Native American Music Award Winners R. Carlos Nakai & Will Clipman delve into a primal sonic odyssey on Awakening the Fire, their eleventh Canyon Records album together. The intimate dialogue between the ancient call of Native American cedar flute and the subtle vibration of African, Native American, Polynesian and Asian rhythms connects us to our innermost essence. Over their quarter-century as musical collaborators, Nakai & Clipman have honed a keen improvisational intuition that allows them to conjure a unique sonic atmosphere with every live performance.

R. Carlos Nakai is the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute. Since 1983 he has released over thirty-six albums, has appeared as a soloist throughout the United States, Europe and Japan, and has led a variety of genre-transcending world music ensembles. Nakai has made musical history by bringing the Native American flute into the classical concert hall, performing with over fifteen symphony and chamber orchestras. Nakai has sold over four million total albums worldwide, contributed music to multiple major motion pictures and has been featured as guest artist on numerous recordings.

Will Clipman has recorded over sixty albums, including over thirty for Canyon Records, where he is regarded as the house percussionist. In addition to his solo work and his contributions to a host of bands and ensembles in every imaginable musical genre. Interwoven with his musical career, Will has been an arts educator for thirty-five years, conducting over two hundred artist-in-residencies and workshops for students of all ages in myriad settings including public and private schools, universities, libraries and art galleries.

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GHOST TOWNS OF OLD ARIZONA A Film by Phil Wenstrand

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $10 in advance – all tickets $15 at door

In the 1800’s, frontier Arizona was a very hostile place. Forbidding deserts, heat and unfriendly natives made pioneering here as tough as any place in the west. But still there were those who thought the rewards were worth the risk. Mostly they dug into the earth in search of riches. As miners dug, others built camps that turned into towns. The motion picture, “Ghost Towns of Old Arizona,” takes you into some of these interesting and often dangerous places. Question and answer session with Phil Wenstrand to follow the film. Last year’s showing was a sellout!

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BEAU RENFRO AND CLEAR COUNTRY

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Beau Renfro is an entertainer, songwriter, singer, music man or just an all around good ole’ boy, who had just as soon be fishing or hunting as anything else. Beau’s music career started in Forrest City, Arkansas when his mother and nine sisters taught him to sing those good old Gospel songs. Young Beau soon discovered the Nashville sounds of Little Jimmy Dickens, Ernest Tubb, Faron Young, Marty Robbins and others. After moving to East Texas at an early age, Beau formed a Country Band called Beau & the Bandits. While working at a Radio Station during the day he played his music at night in some of Texas’ most famous nightclubs.

During that time he was hired to open for many Nashville country starts including T.G. Shepard, Moe Bandy, Jerry Reed, Charlie Rich, Faron Young and Joe Stampley. On one of those nights he had a chance meeting with David Houston and was asked to join David’s Band. On tour they played all over the country including the Famed Grand Ole’ Opry. Beau was soon signed to a contract and in 1976 his first album hit the radio stations worldwide. There’s No More Gold, Beau’s first release, was the pic-hit-of the week for Billboard Magazine and went to #85 on the Country Charts. Through his connections in the music industry, Beau was instrumental in pushing the song Red Wine by Joe Stampley to Epic Records, which later topped out at #5 on the charts.

Beau worked a couple other stops along the way including the famed Ozark Jubilee in Branson ,MO, playing 200 dates a year. Beau and his family decided to move to Tucson, Arizona where Beau Renfro and his Clear Country Band was formed with Rick Skinner, Harry Bolin and Mickey Gee. The band was named Arizona’s #1 Country Dance and Show Band seven times. Beau has come full circle and now lives in Arkansas where he started. He still records in Nashville regularly. His many songs have placed high on the worldwide charts and Billboard picked Let’s fall in Love for the Weekend as pick hit of the week in 1981. God’s Amazing Grace is played on many radio stations on July 4th and September 11th each year. Beau’s album “Ride with Royalty” was nominated as Indie Album of the year in 2002. Beau recorded sixteen releases with Stardust Records in Nashville. He is a member of the Rock-a-Billy Hall of Fame and was most recently awarded best song in 2014 by the Tamworth Songwriters Association.

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YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND – SALUTE TO SINGER/SONGWRITERS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Lonely Street Productions

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $25/$30 in advance – all tickets $30 at door

What better way to spend an evening than relaxing with music from the best singer/songwriters of our time? The 20th Century produced hundreds of talented singer/songwriters in every genre, and this show brings that great music to life. You’ll hear music from the gifted pens of James Taylor, Carly Simon, Carole King and Paul Simon, just to name a few! There’s nothing better than a well-crafted song being played well and sung from the heart!

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TUCSON GUITAR SOCIETY ORCHESTRA

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $10 in advance – $15 at door

The Tucson Guitar Society Orchestra (TGSO) and conductor Jose Luis Puerta present an exciting repertoire of guitar literature in an orchestral setting. The Tucson Guitar Society formed in 1987 as a non-profit, community-based organization. In addition to performing annual concerts in venues such as Holsclaw Hall at The University of Arizona and Grace St Paul’s Episcopal Church, the society sponsors workshops and classes throughout the year and hosts an artist series featuring multiple world-class guitar virtuosos. The mission of the Tucson Guitar Society is to promote the awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the guitar and similar stringed instruments to people of all cultures, ages, abilities, and economic means in Tucson and surrounding areas.

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Jazzy Women Swing into Spring

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Jazzy Women was formed in 2013 as a result of three women who enjoy performing jazz classics. Patricia Watson (vocals), Janie Pogan (keyboard) and Leslie Carter (bass) have been performing in different venues and churches. Enjoy classy jazz; be inspired by Broadway tunes and the silky smooth voice, with a soulful touch, of Patricia Watson.

The purity of Patricia’s voice, combined with her style, grace and the amazing musicians won her the Rising Star Award for 2009 from the African Nova Scotia Music Association. Her voice and songs inspire her audience so much so that they cannot resist the urge to sing. Patricia presently performs with Jazzy Women (US) and The Patricia Watson Quintet (Canada).

Leslie was a bassist in the Omaha Symphony for 33 years and in the Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico for two years before that. She relocated to Green Valley, where she is having lots of fun experimenting with other types of music.

Janie started learning piano at age 6. She studied composition at the High School of Music & Art in NYC, performed in bands, community theater productions, classical music and “Meet the Composer” events, and taught music privately for over 35 years. An Arizona resident since 2004, Janie accompanies the La Posada Singers, performs solo and with other musicians in a variety of venues and has been active with Patricia in vocal workshop presentations and gospel music workshops.

Come out and enjoy an evening of classic jazz and Broadway tunes.

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STRAIT COUNTRY

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

George Strait has more number one hits than any artist in music history (60 and counting)! The “Strait Country Band” featuring Kevin Sterner brings you the virtual experience of attending one of George’s concerts. The sounds of steel guitar and fiddle fill the air as the band performs such timeless classics as Amarillo By Morning, All My Ex’s, Ocean Front Property, The Chair, Maria Del Ray and many more, spanning this Country Icon’s incredible 30 year career, plus some of his most recent hits. Join us for this very special evening paying tribute to the undisputed “King of Country Music,” George Strait!

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LIFE ON THE BOWERY by Tim Kelly The Santa Cruz Shoestring Players

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

April 7-9 at 7:00 PM April 15-16 at 7:00 PM April 17 at 3:00 PM Tickets: $15/$20 in advance – all tickets $20 at door

Life on the Bowery is Shoestring’s very first melodrama! So hold onto your hats for comedy, music and the intriguing true story of Steve Brodie, a saloon owner and actor who claimed to be the only person to ever jump off the Brooklyn Bridge and live to tell about it. History has never proven his story to be true or false. Directed by Regina Ford, this play will tickle your fancy as you travel back to the Old Bowery in the late 1800’s, before it became even slightly fashionable.

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Art Workshop - Textured Abstract Painting Instructor: Francheskaa

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

TEXTURAL ABSTRACT PAINTING will give your painting the tactile relief to the surface of the painting which will arouse excitement, curiosity and intrigue.

ADDITIVE AND SUBSTRACTIVE TECHNIQUES applied to the surface of the painting.(These materials will be furnished)

TEXTURED TOOLS, GELS AND HEAVY MOLDING PASTE will be adhered to the painting either following the patterned designed or accentuating the colored shapes . The texture will dramatized the movement and rhythm in the painting.

The TEXTURE adds a new dimension to the painting.

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CPAC Summer Arts Camp 2016

Community Performing Arts Center Foundation
Green Valley, AZ

For students entering grades 2 – 9 Registration $180 per student

All camp students will be instructed in theater, music and visual art. Each course will provide beginners with basic skills and at the same time challenge the more advanced students to improve their own skill sets. Classes will culminate in an open house and performance at the end of the camp. Each camp instructor has many years of experience teaching the arts to children.

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