Tickets & Events Listings
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Please note events are coded as follows:
*STA EVENT= St. Thomas Aquinas Fine Arts Dept Event
*BCA EVENT= Bienes Center Production
*FR EVENT = Facility Rental
Thursday, January 8, 2015
The New Blue
(Yale University's all-female a cappella group)
The New Blue stands out as Yale University’s premiere all-female a cappella group and is composed of fifteen talented, intelligent, and personable undergraduate women from across the country and around the world. From contemporary pop and rock arrangements to jazz and swing standards to classic Yale songs to folk songs with protest roots, The New Blue's repertoire has something for everyone!
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Thursday, January 15, 2015
JAZZ WINDS OF PATAGONIA featuring:
JEFF BERLIN - BASS
GIL GOLDSTEIN - PIANO, ACCORDION, KEYS
BILL MOLENHOF - DRUMS
GABRIELA GUALA - VOCALS, PIANO
For over forty years Jeff Berlin's innovative approach to the electric bass has been heard on dozens of recordings and in performances with an unprecedented array of diverse artists. Multi- Grammy winner
pianist/producer/arranger Gil Goldstein has drawn the musical blueprint for some of the most prominent artists in jazz – and in so doing, has become a highly influential figure in his own right. The creative impact and technical artistry of drummer Bill Molenhof is well documented and substantiated throughout the percussion/performance world. Gabriela Guala has performed extensively in Argentina under the auspices of the Cultural Foundation of Patagonia, the University IUPA, Rio Negro, and as classical and jazz soloist in USA at Lincoln Center and throughout Germany with husband Bill Molenhof.
Together they are the Jazz Winds of Patagonia,
a vibrant kaleidoscope of musical impressions from North and South America. The repertoire includes boleros, melodico, blues, jazz and pop. It is a powerful, communicative ensemble with an unusual amount of artistic and creative music-world experience.
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Jeff Berlin, Gil Goldstein, Bill Molenhof, & Gabriel Guala
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The World Famous
GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA
In September 1942, at the height of his popularity, Glenn Miller disbanded his
famous orchestra and enlisted in the US Army. Not long before he enlisted
his recordings of In The Mood, Chattanooga Choo Choo, A String of Pearls,
Moonlight Serenade and Tuxedo Junction were all major hit records. Miller
played to sellout crowds, and his music constantly dominated the airwaves.
Now, over sixty years since the public first embraced the successful Miller
Sound, both the legend and the music live on. The Glenn Miller Orchestra is
the most sought after big band in the world today.
Still considered the greatest band of all time, its unique sound
is loved by almost anybody that cares for music.
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Friday, January 30, 2015
A Tribute to Louis Armstrong:
Troy Anderson and The Wonderful World Band
Returning to the Bienes Center by popular audience demand...Troy Anderson's Armstrong is too natural to be called uncanny, He starts out with the look and slips easily into the rest, the dinner jacket, the trumpet-with hanky, and even the roly-poly voice of "Satchmo". Troy Anderson is the Winner of The Sunburst Convention's Celebrity Tribute Artist Gold Showcase Award as Louis Armstrong....Troy Anderson and The Wonderful World Band are the 1st place Winners of The Celebrity Impersonator Convention Las Vegas Tribute Artist Award 2011...Troy Anderson is also The Winner of The 20th Annual Reel Awards Classic Crooner Award as Louis Armstrong.
The Wonderful World Band is a sextet with the same instrumentation as Armstrong's bands. In detail, musical quality and style this is the best Louie Tribute Band on the scene today. For the past two years Troy Anderson has been performing to sold-out crowds throughout Europe, and we are pleased that he will be returning to the Bienes Center for an exclusive one-night-only engagement with The Wonderful World band, this will be their only South Florida appearance this Winter, DO NOT MISS OUT!
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Monday, March 16, 2015
Each year, 14 senior Yale men are selected to be in the Whiffenpoofs, the world's best known a cappella group. Made famous by their signature "Whiffenpoof Song," (which has since been covered by artists like Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, and Rudy Vallee), the 'Whiffs' carry forward their century-old tradition each year with over two hundred performances in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Broadway's Lincoln Center, and the Rose Bowl. They have been featured on television shows such as NBC's The Sing Off, The West Wing, The Today Show, 60 Minutes, Gilmore Girls, Jeopardy!, Saturday Night Live, and most recently on the Season 4 finale of the hit television show Glee.
Last season The Whiffenpoofs show sold-out quickly, so purchase tickets early for what will surely be another memorable Bienes Center performance!
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Thursday, April 16 2015
"Some say the best musical instrument of all is the human voice - if you've seen Rockapella you know that's the truth," says USA Today. This five-man powerhouse of vocal talent sweeps through sold-out venues across the country year-round. With an ever-expanding fan base, they're known as the kings of "contemporary" a cappella. Individually, Rockapella is: Scott Leonard (high tenor), Kevin Wright (tenor), Jeff Thacher (vocal percussionist), George Baldi (bass) and John K. Brown (tenor).
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Friday, April 24, 2015
FUSHU DAIKO, 25th Anniversary Concert!
Lobby and Sushi Bar will open at 5:00pm
Theater seating will begin at 6:30pm
Performance will begin at 7pm
Fushu Daiko turns 25!
The story of taiko drumming in South Florida
is the story of Fushu Daiko – from its beginning in 1990 bringing
the art form to South Florida, to the present and turning twenty-five
in 2015. To celebrate this big milestone, Fushu Daiko has embarked
on a journey of self-discovery and created a 25-year retrospective
exhibit that will be accompanying its concert series. Included in
the exhibit are interesting items such as a drummed-out head from
‘Mini-Zil’ - the group’s second-biggest taiko drum, Fushu
memorabilia, and images from 1990 through today.
Their music combines the traditional drums and rhythms of Japan
with musical styles from around the world, such as jazz and rhythm
and blues, to create an exciting, powerful cross-cultural experience
that strives to cross boundaries and create connections in the
hearts of those who hear the taiko’s beat.
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More events and performancs will be added soon, call 954 513 2272 for info, check back often!