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TOUR THE WHOLE WORLD … IN FOLSOM! The Harris Center brings hundreds of shows to Folsom each year— from artists on tour to the most talented artists living here in the region. Enjoy!

RENT –The National Tour 

FAME –THE MUSICAL 

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MAMMA MIA! –The Farewell Tour 

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PIPPIN 

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Winner of six Tony Awards,d a Grammy, an thousands of standing ovations.

CHICAGO – The Musical 

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SERGIO MENDES & BRASIL 2017 

THE NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF UKRAINE  PAGE 14 PAGE 6

DRUMLine Live!  PAGE 7

THE FIVE IRISH TENORS 

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LET IT BE 

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RUSSIAN NATIONAL BALLET THEATRE PAGE 8

ANOUSHKA SHANKAR 

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Music from Brazil with Sergio Mendes Country music from John Anderson  The Blues with Walter Trout  New Dance from enra A distinguished lecture from Alice Waters  Comedy with Louie Anderson 

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JANUARY

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FAME–THE MUSICAL National Tour

It began as an Academy Award-winning film, then an Emmy-winning TV series and then on to the stage as riveting musical theatre—all conceived and developed by David De Silva. FAME—THE MUSICAL is the monumentally popular tale of young artists studying dance, music and theatre while attending the New York High School of the Performing Arts. For some, the pressures of a life on stage are too much; for others, the struggles are many and the triumphs are savory sweet. The last American tour was in 2003 and, as an American classic, it has endured remarkably well. After all— as the song sings so exuberantly—“I’m gonna live forever; Baby remember my name!” Fri, Jan 13; 7 pm (Art of Wine, 6 pm) Sat, Jan 14; 2 & 7 pm Sun, Jan 15; 2 pm $45–$75; Premium $79

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FAME includes urban street language. Parental discretion advised for youth under 13.


Mark Hummel’s Ultimate Harmonica Blowout Rhapsody & Rhythm:

The Gershwin Concert Experience Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin Rhapsody & Rhythm is the definitive Gershwin concert experience—a unique and entertaining multimedia musical celebration! Thanks to unprecedented access to the Gershwin archives, this unique event includes special family stories, rare home videos and wonderful family photos woven into the concert. The truly unforgettable experience includes beloved Gershwin songs such as “I Got Rhythm,” “Summertime,” “Someone To Watch Over Me” and “‘S Wonderful.” Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio. Sun, Jan 8; 2 pm $24-$44; Premium $49 Students with ID $12

Kids Helping Kids 5th Annual Signature Gala Concert

Watch for announcement of the special guest artist for this annual student-run, sell-out event to benefit local young people in need. Thu, Jan 12; 7 pm (Silent Auction: 6 pm) $15-$65, Premium $80

THE ART OF WINE Events with this symbol include an Art of Wine reception for Associate-level annual members and higher. Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the exceptional artistry of prized El Dorado region winemakers while helping the Center bring you great shows, up close.

Every time they take the stage at the Harris Center they rock the house, and every time they teach us all something new about the blues. Now in its 26th year, the Blowout will celebrate “blue jazz” with Corky Siegel (Chamber Blues), Howard Levy (founding member of Béla Fleck and the Flecktones), Duke Robillard (Roomful of Blues, Fabulous Thunderbirds), and Jason Ricci, all joining the show’s founder Mark Hummel (Winner of two Blues Music Awards in 2014) and the stellar Blues Survivors. Just added: Canadian showstopper Son Of Dave (Crash Test Dummies). Sat, Jan 21; 7:30 pm $19–$39; Premium $45 Students with ID $12

Keyboard Conversations® with Jeffrey Siegel American pianist Jeffrey Siegel has been a soloist with the world’s great orchestras and has collaborated with many of the pre-eminent conductors of our time. He has performed his Keyboard Conversations® at the Harris Center every year since the facility opened; the reasons for this are instantly obvious. In presenting these “concerts with lively commentary,” Mr. Siegel offers comments on the work, the composer, even the times in which the work was composed, and then gives a virtuosic performance of a piano masterpiece. A lively Q&A concludes the concert. His presentations enrich the listening experience for the avid music lover as well as provide an inviting, instantly accessible introduction to great music for those new to classical music. “An achievement of a sort seldom heard” (New York Times). Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio.

The Splendor of Schubert Beloved melodies - “Ave Maria,” “Serenade,” “The Trout,” and the “Sonata in A, D. 664” Wed, Jan 25; 7 pm $29, $39 Students with ID $9 Buy both Keyboard Conversations Performances® in Subscription Package and Save 15% (see page 25)

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JANUARY Folsom Lake Community Concert Association

Melinda Doolittle Sacramento Baroque Soloists Sacramento’s professional baroque music ensemble is dedicated to creating vibrant, engaging performances of music from the 17th to 19th Centuries, performing works from Uccellini and Gabrielli to Lully, from Vivaldi to Biber and Bach; everything from solo sonatas to Concerto Grossi.

Voice of the Cello Sacramento Baroque Soloists’ cellists perform a concert showcasing the many facets of the Baroque cello. Sat, Jan 21; 7:30 pm Sun, Jan 22; 2 pm $30; Discounts for Students with ID and Seniors 65+

A flawless vocalist with irresistible artistry and effortless style, she became a household name on Season Six of American Idol. Since then, she has wowed audiences from the White House to the Kennedy Center to Carnegie Hall. She has performed with music luminaries such as Peter Cetera, Cyndi Lauper, and the renowned Boston Pops Orchestra. “Ms. Doolittle has a voice that inspires trust… a phenomenally gifted, stylistically adroit singer” (New York Times). Sun, Jan 22; 2 pm $35

Carrera Productions

Larry Carlton (with Quartet)

Combining his roots in blues and jazz with a crossover pop rock sensibility, Carlton’s unmistakable sound is marked by his signature warm tone, bright melodies and soulful guitar solos. Four-time Grammy-winner, Titan of Tone award recipient and legendary guitar great, Larry Carlton is one of the most influential, prolific and original guitarists in the industry. “The work of his hands speaks grace, passion and timeless knowledge. Listen, learn and be profoundly moved” (Sting). Fri, Jan 27; 8 pm $25-$42; Premium $50

Sergio Mendes & Brasil 2017 One of the most Influential and internationally successful Brazilian artists ever. With over 35 recordings, the three-time Grammy Award winner and Oscar nominee saw his iconic album Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, joining Springsteen’s “Born In The U.S.A.” and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have A Dream” speech. His latest album Magic was recorded with John Legend and will.i.am. A rare opportunity to experience the sounds of this musical great, up close in the intimate Harris Center. Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio. Sat, Jan 28; 7:30 pm $29-$59, Premium $64

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THE ART OF WINE Events with this symbol include an Art of Wine reception for Associate-level annual members and higher. Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the exceptional artistry of prized El Dorado region winemakers while helping the Center bring you great shows, up close.

DRUMLine Live DRUMLine Live returns to Folsom with a brand new show. Complete with dazzling choreography and explosive percussion, DRUMLine Live is a thrilling spectacle that pays homage to the show-style marching popularized at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), while providing a soul-stirring revue of some of America’s favorite music. With musical highlights from hip-hop, Top 40, American soul, gospel, jazz and other musical genres, the 35-member cast—a world-class ensemble of percussionists, musicians and dancers—takes the audience on a journey infused with colorful, choreographed routines, vibrant costumes, and heavy doses of drum riffs and cadences. Thu, Jan 19; 7 pm (Art of Wine, 6 pm) Fri, Jan 20; 3 & 7 pm Prices $39-$69; Premium $75 10% discount for Friday matinee single tickets

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A Columbia Artists Production

Direct from Moscow, Russia

Russian National Ballet Theatre Company of 50

Under the artistic direction of the legendary Elena Radchenko, a principal dancer with the Bolshoi Ballet, the Russian National Ballet Theatre was founded during Perestroika, when many principal dancers from the great ballet companies migrated to RNBT. Today it is its own institution comprised of 50 exquisite dancers of singular instruction and vast experience—all dedicated to upholding the grand national tradition of the major Russian ballet works. Ms. Radchenko notes “what makes the Russian ballet tradition so great is that we preserve the original intent of the work, which is eternally new and fresh.” Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio. The Sleeping Beauty Wed, Feb 8; 2 & 7:30 pm

Les Sylphides & Carmen Thu, Feb 9; 7:30 pm

$39-$59; Premium $69 Students with ID $25 10% Discount on Wednesday Matinee Single Tickets

Presented by Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento

Mexico City Woodwind Quintet Regarded as one of the most important chamber music groups in Mexico today, the Quintet is dedicated to contemporary works by Mexican and Latin American composers. Admission is free; seating is limited. Advance tickets may be reserved through the Harris Center Ticket Office. Reception will follow the concert. Fri, Feb 3; 7:30 pm Free

61st Annual Lenaea High School Theatre Festival One of the nation’s largest and oldest theatre festivals of its kind, Lenaea welcomes over 60 west coast high school theatre programs, with over 1,000 students expected to attend. The festival provides workshops from professional theatre artists and faculty members, and feedback to all student performances of one act plays, monologues, scenes, songs and designs. The public is invited to all performances. Fri, Feb 10; 10 am Sat, Feb 11; 8:30 am Sun, Feb 12; 8:30 am $13.50; Children 12 and under $8.50

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RENT The National Tour The 20th Anniversary tour of RENT comes to the capital region— and to the intimacy of Harris Center’s Stage One. RENT opened on Broadway in 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer; it won both a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award for Best Musical. RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists—a timeless celebration of friendship and creativity. “Indeed, this vigorous tale of a marginal band of artists in Manhattan’s East Village, a contemporary answer to La bohéme, rushes forward on an electric current of emotion … Sustained by a glittering, inventive score, the work finds a transfixing brightness in characters living in the shadow of AIDS.” (From original 1996 review, New York Times). Thu, Feb 2; 7:30 pm Fri, Feb 3; 7:30 pm (Art of Wine, 6 pm) Sat, Feb 4; 2 & 7:30 pm Sun, Feb 5; 1 pm $45–$75; Premium $79 10% Discount for Thursday Evening Single Tickets Save 15% when Purchased in a Subscription Package with Mamma Mia! and Pippin As RENT involves mature themes. Parental discretion advised for youth under 13.

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The Five Irish Tenors Following in the footsteps of the great John McCormack, the The Five Irish Tenors fuse Irish wit and boisterous charm with dramatic flair and operatic style. The five exquisitely trained singers—David Martin, Morgan Crowly, Ciarán Kelly, George Hutton, and Alan Leech—have amassed more awards and prestigious performances than we can mention: from the London Critics Choice Award to a Grammy; from the Royal Albert Hall to the White House, the Academy Awards, and the Olympics. Featuring famously beloved Irish songs and other popular favorites in two distinctive programs.

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Program 1: Salute To Ireland Tue, Feb 28; 7:30 pm

Program 2: Voices of Ireland Wed, Mar 1; 7:30 pm

$29-$49, Premium $55; Students with ID $19


SBL Entertainment Presents

John Anderson Acoustic Duo

Famous for hits like “Seminole Wind” and “Swingin,” John Anderson brings his unique voice and down-to-earth narratives to Folsom. With over 20 records, several CMA and Grammy award nominations, Anderson will perform selections from “Goldmine” (“one of the most welcome comebacks of 2015,” Rolling Stone) and other hits during an acoustic duo set with Glenn Rieuf. Thu, Feb 16; 8 pm $35-$45; Premium $55

International Guitar Night It’s now, officially, a Folsom tradition: International Guitar Night returns to the Harris Center, presenting four guitar luminaries in a musical conversation unlike any other. This year’s lineup of incredibly dynamic musicians includes: Italy’s innovative contemporary guitarist Luca Stricagnoli; brilliant young Brazilian composer/performer Chrystian Dozza; and India’s ground-breaking slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya; all hosted by Germany’s gypsy jazz legend Lulo Reinhardt, a Harris Center favorite. Luca’s inventive “tapping” techniques have garnered over 7 million views on YouTube. Chrystian has garnered many prestigious awards as one of Brazil’s leading young guitarists. Debashish has invented his own technique for playing classical Indian music on the slide guitar. Come for a vibrant demonstration of the diversity—and the breadth of virtuosity— provided by the acoustic guitar. Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio. Fri, Feb 17; 7:30 pm $19-$39; Premium $45 Students with ID $12 Save 15% when Purchased in Subscription Package with Masters of Hawaiian Music and Anoushka Shankar

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FEBRUARY VITA Academy Great Composers Chamber Music Series

Cellist Susan Lamb Cook is joined by chamber music artists from around the country, performing some of the greatest chamber music ever written with passion and personality.

Chamber music of Dvorák “Bagatelles for Strings and Piano, Op. 47” “Piano Trio in E minor, “Dumky,” Op. 90” “Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81” Sun, Feb 19; 2 pm $22.50; Premium $30 Discount for Students with ID, Seniors 65+, Children 12 and under

Folsom Lake Symphony The Folsom Lake Symphony was founded in 2004 to bring beautiful classical and pops music to the Folsom region. In their twelve seasons, they have presented more than 60 performances of some of the finest music ever written.

Russian Romance Jessica Linnebach, violin

California Theatre Center A Folsom favorite for many years, California Theatre Center (CTC) has repeatedly been recognized as one of the top professional theatres for young American audiences.

Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories Be fascinated by the brilliant language and the colorful characters in these classic stories by Rudyard Kipling, originally told to his own children over a century ago. Suggested for grades K-5. Sat, Feb 18; 1 & 3 pm $9-$15

Shostakovich: Festive Overture Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto Prokofiev: Selections from Romeo and Juliet Since her soloist debut at age 7, violinist Jessica Linnebach has toured extensively to international acclaim and twice won the Canadian Music Competition Grand Prize. In 2000 she was named Canada’s most gifted musician under 30. Jessica is a founding member of the Zukerman Chamber Players, a string quintet led by Pinchas Zukerman. Accepted to the world-renowned Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia at the age of ten, Jessica remains one of the youngest ever Bachelor of Music graduates in the history of the school. Sat, Feb 18; 7:30 pm $25-$49; Premium $59 $5 Discount for Seniors (65+) and Students with ID (Excludes Premium Seating)

El Dorado Musical Theatre Now in its sixteenth season, EDMT is one of the premiere youth theater companies in the western United States. Always a great night out at the theater, you’ll love EDMT’s amazing sets, costumes, singing, acting, and dancing.

Shrek The Musical Everyone’s favorite ogre is back in this hilarious stage spectacle based on the Oscar-winning film. Come enjoy this Tony Award-winning fairy tale adventure. Fri, Feb 24-Sun, Mar 5 $21-$31; Premium $39 Bargain Night $15

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MARCH

The Piano Men A Tribute to Elton John & Billy Joel What do you get when you combine Elton John and Billy Joel on one stage? A dynamic, interactive concert celebrating two giants of Pop music, featuring Broadway veterans Craig A Meyer (“A top notch performer!” Daily Variety—he performed here in 2015 as Almost Elton John) and Donnie Kehr (“Sensational,“ New York Post) accompanied by the all-star musicians and backup singers of The Rocket Band. Two pianos, one unforgettable night, as the impressive hit catalogues of two legendary performers come alive! Wed, Mar 8; 7:30 pm Thu, Mar 9; 7:30 pm $29–$49, Premium $55 Children and Students with ID $19

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Direct from Kiev

The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to La Forza del Destino Yevhen Stankovych: Violin Concerto No. 2 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: “Pathetique” Symphony No. 6 Volodymyr Sirenko, Artistic Director & Chief Conductor Theodore Kuchar, Principal Guest Conductor Considered to be one of the finest symphony orchestras in Eastern Europe, the NSOU was entrusted with the premier performances of works by Prokofiev and Shostakovich, and joined by soloists like Artur Rubinstein, Yehudi Menuhin, Isaac Stern, and many more. Their Folsom performance features awardwinning conductor Theodore Kuchar. He is the most recorded conductor of his generation with over 100 compact discs; “an extremely exciting and talented conductor, and his take-no-prisoners approach works very well in this colorful music” (ClassicsToday.com). Of the featured soloist, The Times notes Ukraineborn violinist “Dima Tkachenko’s articulation of ungovernable passions was properly breathtaking... Tkachenko brought timbral variation and lyrical charm.” Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio. Sun, Mar 19; 2 pm (Art of Wine, 1 pm) $34-$59; Premium $64 Students with ID $25

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George Kahumoku Jr. And Masters of Hawaiian Music With Nathan Aweau & Kawika Kahiapo

Three masters of Hawaiian music, featured regularly at Maui’s renowned “Slack Key Show®,” bring Hawaii’s unique folk styles and the delightful experience of kı--ho-‘alu (slack key guitar) over to the mainland. On Stage One will be four-time Grammy-winner, master slack key guitarist George Kahumoku Jr.; multi-instrumentalist Nathan Aweau (a member of such award-winning groups as HAPA, Ka‘eo, and The Ali‘i) and slack key guitarist David “Kawika” Kahiapo (winner of two 2015 Na Hoku Awards). “Kahumoku was an affable raconteur, mixing his dialogue with passionate renderings of material” (Los Angeles Times). “Nathan… on electric bass and acoustic guitar, shows an... advanced understanding of harmony and orchestration …his singing style is effortless” (New York Times). Fri, Mar 10; 7:30 pm $19-$39; Premium $45 Students with ID $12 Save 15% when Purchased in Subscription Package with International Guitar Night and Anoushka Shankar

Carrera Productions

Walter Trout Former A-list side guitarist with John Lee Hooker, John Mayall and Canned Heat, Walter’s 20+ year solo career has allowed him to record his emotional brand of fired-up, hardcore blues. Following a life-threatening illness in 2014, Walter’s rebirth began with a successful liver transplant and 2015’s Battle Scars, Blues Music award winner for Album of the Year. Walter is back! Sat, Mar 11; 8 pm $20-$30; Premium $40

Folsom Lake College Music Department

Folsom Lake Symphony It’s About Time! Family Concert Whether this is your first orchestra adventure or you’re a seasoned concert-goer, this event will keep you highly engaged. In a compact program, we explore catchy rhythmic elements in pieces ranging from a waltz and polka to the Mission Impossible theme and more. Replete with an instrumental “petting zoo,” the experience is lighthearted, highly educational, and downright fun for all ages. Sat, Mar 11; 11 am $10; $5 for Students with ID and Children

Folsom Lake College Choir Under the direction of Dr. David Newnham, the Folsom Lake College Choir is dedicated to teaching music through performance and to developing an appreciation for the art of choral music. Literature performed includes the standard choral repertoire, contemporary and ethnic choral literature. Tue, Mar 14; 7:30 pm

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MARCH CORE Contemporary Dance

Redefined

Noted for their athletic choreography and expressive style, CORE Contemporary Dance has graced the regional dance scene since 2007. Redefined showcases the company’s versatility and athleticism, and will feature guest performers that have inspired the company over the past decade. Fri, Mar 17; 7:30 pm Sat, Mar 18; 7:30 pm $20-$25; Premium $30 Discounts for Students with ID, Seniors 65+, Children under 12

An Irish Hooley! This hugely popular show boasts a new lineup for 2017, including The Kerry Voice Squad and Say Jay Hynes on fiddle. The show continues its unbroken tradition of merrymaking, storytelling and celebrating the joys of being Irish, moving from older Irish times to modern Ireland through brilliant traditional music and the splendor of Irish dance. Come enjoy a night in Ireland with the whole family! Sun, Mar 19; 7 pm $19-$34; Premium $39 Students with ID $12

Folsom Lake Community Concert Association

Birth of the Beat Birth of the Beat follows the “routes” of American Music, from New York City to Hollywood. A fully staged theatrical production, Birth of the Beat features a versatile cast of eight outstanding singers, dancers and actors, stunning sets and authentically styled costumes. Sun, Mar 12; 2 pm $35

El Dorado Musical Theatre

High Voltage

19 young performers—some of the top talent from EDMT—together, the on-stage result is magical.

Unplugged Sun, Mar 26; 2 & 6 pm $18-$26; $3 discount for Seniors

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California Theatre Center

Sacramento Baroque Soloists

A Folsom favorite for many years, California Theatre Center (CTC) has repeatedly been recognized as one of the top professional theatres for young American audiences.

Baroque chamber music concert featuring music in England from 1600-1750.

The Ugly Duckling Be uplifted by the thoughtful Hans Christian Andersen story in which an ugly duckling discovers that he has become a handsome swan. Suggested for grades preK-5.

A London Adventure

Sat, Mar 18; 7:30 pm Sun, Mar 19; 2 pm $30; Discounts for Students with ID, Seniors 65+

Sat, Mar 18; 1 & 3 pm $9-$15

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CHICAGO –The Musical Set amidst the razzle-dazzle decadence of the 1920s, the National Tour of CHICAGO has everything that makes Broadway great: knockout dancing, a ripped-from-the-headlines story about fame and scandal and one show-stopping song after another. Honored with six Tony Awards, a Grammy, and thousands of standing ovations, the national tour of the longest-running American musical in Broadway history is coming to Folsom for seven performances so you can see it as never before—up close in the intimate Harris Center. Thu, Mar 23; 8 pm Fri, Mar 24; 2 & 8 pm Sat, Mar 25; 2 & 8 pm Sun, Mar 26; 1 & 7 pm $49–$79; Premium $89 10% discount Friday matinee single tickets

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THE ART OF WINE Events with this symbol include an Art of Wine reception for Associate-level annual members and higher. Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the exceptional artistry of prized El Dorado region winemakers while helping the Center bring you great shows, up close.

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LET IT BE A Celebration of the Music of the Beatles As a tribute to the Fab Four, from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road, the New York Times “can happily report that LET IT BE is by far the best of the bunch...the performers are outstanding” (New York Times). This fully-staged recreation of the band not only features highlights of their career, but also imagines the celebration of John Lennon’s 40th birthday—the reunion that wasn’t to be—performing hits like “Live and Let Die,” “My Sweet Lord,” “Hey Jude,” and other songs the group never performed together live onstage. LET IT BE “stands on its own as a lively, multimedia concert and a rocking good time” (Associated Press). Fri, Mar 31; 7:30 pm Sat, Apr 1; 2 & 7:30 pm (Art of Wine, 6:30 pm) Sun, Apr 2; 2 pm $39- $69; Premium $75


Folsom Lake College Speakers Series Inaugural Event

Alice Waters For 40 years, Alice Waters has created and passionately supported a culinary philosophy that maintains that food should be organic, sustainable and locally sourced. She opened her restaurant Chez Panisse in 1971, which has ranked among the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” ever since, is vice president of Slow Food International, the author of 15 books, the corecipient, with Kofi Annan, of the Global Environmental Citizen Award from Harvard Medical School, and was named to the French Legion of Honor. In 2015 she was awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Obama, proving that eating is a political act, and that the table is a powerful means to social justice and positive change. Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio Sun, Mar 12; 7 pm $29-$54; Premium $64 Students with ID $12

Sacramento Guitar Society Festival of Four—Guzman, Patterson, Rios & Pasero Since 1992, the Festival of Four has delighted audiences with programs of music from around the world. Flutist Viviana Guzman and guitarists Stevan Pesaro, Guillermo Rios, and Richard Patterson thrill audiences and critics with the highest levels of virtuosity and musicianship: “Festival of Four is fantastic!” (Metro Detroit Heritage Sunday). “An exceptional combination of talent and charisma” (State Theater, New Brunswick). Sat, Mar 25; 7:30 pm $28-$39; Premium $45 Discounts available for Children, Students & Seniors

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Anoushka Shankar The Harris Center proudly presents a singular figure who is renowned in both classical Indian and world music. Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar has garnered five Grammy Award nominations and the title “Asian Hero” by Time magazine. She studied sitar under her father and guru, the late Ravi Shankar, making her professional classical debut at the age of 13. With 11 recordings to her credit (including Traces of You, which features Anoushka’s half-sister Norah Jones, and Home, from which her Folsom program will be culled), “her exquisite sitar playing… lives up to the virtuosity that made her the youngest woman ever nominated for a World Music Grammy”
(Harper’s Bazaar). Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio. Wed, Mar 29; 7:30 pm $29- $49; Premium $55 Students with ID $12 Save 15% when Purchased in Subscription Package with International Guitar Night and Masters of Hawaiian Music

Jawdropping! enra blends modern dance with animated computer graphics into a show that has captivated audiences worldwide— including the closing ceremonies at Cannes Film Festival and a performance before the International Olympic Committee. At times, enra seems almost superhuman onstage: producing constellations in the palms of their hands, jumping incredible distances, emanating geometric shapes from their bodies… “They have stumbled upon magic” (Huffington Post). Thu, Mar 30; 7:30 pm $29-$44; Premium $49 Students with ID $12

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Carrera Productions

Louie Anderson The iconic three-time Emmy award-winner is one of the country’s most recognized and adored comics; named by Comedy Central as “One of 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time.” He is a best-selling author, star of his own standup specials and sitcoms, and co-stars along with Zach Galifianakis and Martha Kelly in the hit FX series, Baskets. Keith Lowell Jensen opens the show. Thu, Apr 6; 8 pm $20-$35; Premium $40

Malko Dance Academy Presents

Ballroom, Latin, Theatrical Dance Showcase

An evening of dance from all over the world—Ballroom, Latin, Rhythm, American Smooth and Theatrical—performed by student and adult members of the MDA, plus guest professional dancers. From romantic waltzes, expressive tangos and fiery Latin routines—with Lindy Hop, boogie and disco thrown in for good measure—the locally based MDA is led by Sergey Malko, a choreographer with 30 years of experience. Sat, Apr 1; 6:30 pm $25

El Dorado Musical Theatre Now in its sixteenth season, EDMT is one of the premiere youth theater companies in the western United States. Always a great night out at the theater, you’ll love EDMT’s amazing sets, costumes, singing, acting, and dancing.

Mary Poppins One of the most popular Disney movies of all time is now a practically perfect musical, receiving nominations for nine Olivier and seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Fri, Apr 28–Sun, May 14 $21-$31; Premium $39 Bargain Night $15

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Mamma Mia! The Farewell Tour A mother, a daughter, three possible dads and an unforgettable trip down the aisle… Mamma Mia!, the hit musical based on the songs of ABBA, returns to the Harris Center for five performances. It’s one of the most successful musicals ever—the eighth longest running show in Broadway history, and for good reason. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the Greek island they last visited 20 years ago. An enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship that plays so very well to the intimacy of the Harris Center. Not to be missed! Fri, Apr 7; 7:30 pm Sat, Apr 8; 2 & 7:30 pm Sun, Apr 9; 1 & 6:30 pm $49–$85; Premium $89 10% Discount on Sunday Evening Single Tickets Save 15% when Purchased in a Subscription Package with RENT and Pippin

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APRIL Folsom Lake College Drama

Falcon’s Eye Theatre The Falcon’s Eye is the production arm of the Department of Theatre and Cinema at Folsom Lake College. The Sacramento News & Review praised last season’s Tommy for “breathtaking production elements, a talented cast and…a renowned creative production team.” In their own words, “we love to create provocative theatre that looks into what it means to be alive and how we manage to live together…to provide you with insightful theatre that brings new perspectives to your life.“

Cyrano The Falcon’s Eye closes its tenth season with Cyrano. The most legendary nose in literature gets a makeover from playwright Aaron Posner in this lively American adaptation of the 1897 French classic by Edmond Rostand. Will Roxane fall for Christian’s dashing looks or Cyrano’s daring poetry? Find out in this timeless tale—full of wordplay and swordplay—that’s been an inspiration to writers and lovers for centuries. Fri, Apr 28–Sun, May 14 $18 Children, Students with ID, Seniors 65+ $12

Folsom Lake Symphony

Carrera Productions

Elizabeth Forsyth, organ

“Marc is one of the most soulful, talented artists I know. I love his songs, he’s an incredible singer, and I marvel at his ability to mesmerize every audience he plays for” (Bonnie Raitt). After winning a Grammy for “Walking in Memphis,” Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation’s most compelling singer/ songwriters, a brilliant tunesmith who wields the passion of a great soul man. A natural storyteller, he balances the exuberant with the poignant, able to distill universal truth out of his often romantic, drawn-from-life tales. In Folsom, he’ll perform his debut record in its entirety as part of his 25th Anniversary concert tour.

Organ Symphony

Brahms: Academic Festival Overture Handel: “Organ Concerto in B-flat major, Op. 4, No. 6” Saint-Saëns: “‘Organ’ Symphony (Symphony No. 3)” Organist Elizabeth Forsyth, a San Francisco native, has been guest organist at the Salt Lake Tabernacle and performs throughout the Bay Area. Now organist for the First Congregational Church in Berkeley, she teaches organ and piano and each August leads classes at the Brigham Young University Organ Workshop. She holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in organ performance from BYU. Sat, Apr 22; 7:30 pm $25-$49; Premium $59 $5 Discount for Seniors (65+) and Students with ID (Excludes Premium Seating)

An Evening with Marc Cohn

Sun, Apr 30; 8 pm $25-$35; Premium $45

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MAY Folsom Lake College Presents

Youth Chamber Orchestra

Folsom Lake College Music Department

Folsom Lake College Choir Under the direction of Dr. David Newnham, the Folsom Lake College Choir is dedicated to teaching music through performance and to developing an appreciation for the art of choral music. Literature performed includes the standard choral repertoire, contemporary and ethnic choral literature.

The Folsom Lake College Youth Chamber Orchestra has been created to inspire music appreciation and excellence and to increase community awareness of and participation in the musical experiences of the area youth. Under the direction of Dr. Evgeniy Sporov, the orchestra debuted in 2012 and is made possible by a generous donation from the Robert S. and Star Pepper Foundation. Sat, May 6; 7 pm Sun, May 7; 3 pm $15; Children, Students with ID, Seniors 65+ $10

VITA Academy

Great Composers Chamber Music Series Cellist Susan Lamb Cook is joined by chamber music artists from around the country, performing some of the greatest chamber music ever written with passion and personality. Chamber music of Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. Rachmaninoff: “Sonata in G minor f or Cello and Piano, Op. 19” Tchaikovsky: “Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50” Sun, May 14; 2 pm $22.50; Premium $30 Discount for Students with ID, Seniors 65+, Children 12 and under

Tue, May 9; 7:30 pm

Folsom Lake College Commercial Music Ensemble

Soul of America

This group of talented FLC Music students will take us on an exploration of American Musical Culture. From country to soul, rock to R&B, funk to folk to hip-hop and beyond, we will tour the amazing tapestry that is American Music and American Life. Wed, May 10; 7 pm

FLC MOSIAC Dance Company

Evening of Dance Folsom Lake College’s MOSAIC Dance Company performs a variety of dance styles including Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop, Lyrical, Contemporary, African dance, and theatrical dance style. “We are also a MOSAIC of diverse people, with different bodies, colors, shapes and sizes, ethnicities, religious affiliations and ideological positionings… a MOSAIC not just of dance, but of life!” Thu, May 4, 6 pm $10; $12 Premium $8 Students with ID

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Voices of California

A Cappella Gold! Voices of California—a high-energy 75-man performing ensemble that sings and entertains in the barbershop style—is joined by two of the hottest groups in a cappella: the internationally renowned quartets Instant Classic and GQ. Sat, May 20; 2 & 7 pm $25-$35 Children and Students $12.50 Tickets go on sale Feb 1

Placer Pops Chorale

That’s Entertainment The two spring concerts from Placer Pops feature great hits from Broadway and the big screen. Under the direction of Lorin Miller, the ensemble has been presenting high energy entertainment to audiences for over 25 years. The 80-member choral group is accompanied by an orchestra. Fri, May 19; 7:30 pm Sun, May 21; 2 pm

May Recitals Folsom Piano Academy Wed, May 10; 4-8 pm Thu, May 11; 4-8 pm Fri, May 12; 4-8 pm

Bob Allen Music Sun, May 21; 2 pm

Pacific Institute of Music Sat, May 27; 4-9 pm Sun, May 28; 11 am-8 pm

Folsom Lake Community Concert Association

Adam Trent

Described as “Justin Timberlake meets David Copperfield,” Adam Trent’s performances are part magic, part concert, and part stand-up comedy—a new generation of magician. In addition to his regular TV appearances—Good Morning America, America’s Got Talent, Disney Channel, ABC, and others—he performs a staggering schedule of over 300 live shows each year. Come spend the evening with “a big creative talent” (Chicago Tribune) and “the next big thing for magic… a genius headed straight for stardom” (Huffington Post). Put another way, “seeing is disbelieving”(New York Times). Sun, May 28; 2 & 7 pm — 2nd Show Added! $25-$39; Premium $45

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THE ART OF WINE Events with this symbol include an Art of Wine reception for Associate-level annual members and higher. Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the exceptional artistry of prized El Dorado region winemakers while helping the Center bring you great shows, up close.

Keyboard Conversations® with Jeffrey Siegel American pianist Jeffrey Siegel has been a soloist with the world’s great orchestras and has collaborated with many of the preeminent conductors of our time. He has performed his Keyboard Conversations® at the Harris Center every year since the facility opened; the reasons for this are instantly obvious. In presenting these “concerts with lively commentary,” Mr. Siegel offers comments on the work, the composer, even the times in which the work was composed, and then gives a virtuosic performance of a piano masterpiece. A lively Q&A concludes the concert. His presentations enrich the listening experience for the avid music lover as well as provide an inviting, instantly accessible introduction to great music for those new to classical music. “An achievement of a sort seldom heard” (New York Times). Media Sponsor: Capital Public Radio.

Virtuoso Variations How great composers stunningly dress up familiar tunes! Mendelssohn, Liszt, Chopin, and others. Wed, May 10; 7 pm (Art of Wine, 6 pm) $29, Premium$39 Students with ID $9 Buy both Keyboard Conversations Performances® in Subscription Package and Save 15% (see page 5)

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Sacramento Ballet

JUNE

Modern Masters:

The Four Temperaments + The Seven Deadly Sins George Balanchine’s groundbreaking masterpiece, The Four Temperaments, presaged a fresh new direction in dance for generations to marvel. In addition, master storyteller Ron Cunningham creates a dramatic and evocative world premiere based on The Seven Deadly Sins. A third soon-to-be-announced Artistic Director’s choice will complete this enthralling trilogy of stunning dance. Founded in 1954, Sacramento’s professional ballet company is dedicated to bringing classical and contemporary performances of the highest quality to the Sacramento region. Fri, Jun 16; 7:30 pm Sat, Jun 17; 2 & 7:30 pm Sun, Jun 18; 2 pm $50-$65

Folsom Lake Symphony Festa Italiana Yelena Dyachek, soprano; Eric Margiore, tenor; and Bradley Wisk, tenor Revel in an Italian-themed Pops evening with a bubbly Rossini overture, traditional Neapolitan songs, “That’s Amore,” beloved operatic duets and solo gems, favorite movie themes by Italian composers, and Tchaikovsky’s spirited Capriccio Italien. With a local vocal heroine teamed up with a renowned tenor, you won’t want to miss this musical feast! Sat, Jun 3; 7:30 pm Sun, Jun 4; 2 pm $25-$45, Premium $59 $5 discount for Seniors (65+) and Students with ID (Excludes Premium Seating)

El Dorado Musical Theatre

High Voltage

19 young performers—some of the top talent from EDMT—together, the on-stage result is magical.

Best of Broadway The final performance of the Season 8 Cast! Wed, Jun 21; 7 pm $19-$27; Premium $ 34 $3 discount for Seniors

El Dorado Dance Academy

Summer Concert 2017: PORTRAITS

A dance adventure through the landscapes of life. The evening length program features a variety of dances from Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop, Lyrical, Musical Theatre, Contemporary and ethnic forms such as Classical Indian Bharata Natyam and Kathak to West African to Folklórico. Sat, Jun 24, 2017; 5 pm

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JULY

Pippin This season’s Broadway magic concludes at the Harris Center with a thrilling update of classic Broadway fare. Winner of four 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival, this unforgettable production is full of high-flying, death-defying acrobatics, wondrous magical feats and soaring songs from the composer of Wicked. “Anyone who’s seen this production knows how magical the theater can be. This production melds extraordinary circus acrobatics and magical illusions with ‘ordinary’ virtues like accomplished acting, singing, and dancing” (Boston Globe). “The acrobats dazzle in Diane Paulus’s dynamic, high-flying revival… Astonishing. A Pippin for the 21st century. Dazzling and awe-inspiring.” (New York Times). Directed by Diane Paulus, Artistic Director of the American Repertory Theater. Her Broadway credits include the Tony winning revivals Hair and Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Fri, Jun 9; 7:30 pm (Art of Wine, 6:30 pm) Sat, Jun 10; 2 & 7:30 pm Sun, Jun 11; 1 & 7 pm $49–$79; Premium $85 10% Off for Sunday 7 pm Single Tickets Save 15% when Purchased in a Subscription Package with RENT and Mamma Mia!

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TICKET INFORMATION ONLINE www.HarrisCenter.net BY PHONE 916-608-6888 Mon–Sat: Noon–6 pm and 2 hours before an event.

IN PERSON Mon–Sat: Noon–6 pm and 2 hours before an event. Harris Center Ticket Office,10 College Parkway, Folsom, CA 95630 A Facility Fee is assessed at the time of ticket purchase. Additional Convenience Fees apply for tickets ordered online or by phone.

GROUP DISCOUNTS Any group of 15 or more people qualifies for a 15% discount to select events. Contact the Ticket Office at 916-608-6888 for more information.

TICKET EXCHANGES Tickets may be exchanged for another performance of the same titled show with a 48hour notice prior to the date of the originally scheduled performance. A fee of $3.00 will apply to each ticket exchange. All programs, artists, dates, and prices subject to change.

REFUNDS All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. There are no refunds unless an event is cancelled and not replaced.

ACCESSIBILITY The Harris Center is accessible to patrons with disabilities. Wheelchair seating is available in all venues. Portable wireless listening devices are available with a small, refundable deposit or driver’s license. ASL interpreters are available for select events, when requested two weeks in advance of event. Please inform the Ticket Office of any special needs when ordering tickets.

CHILDREN All patrons are required to have a ticket, including youngsters sitting on laps. Parents are expected to take into account the subject and nature of performances when selecting shows for their children, and to make sure etiquette is a part of the theater-going experience. Parents will be asked to remove disruptive children.

PARKING Ample event parking is available in Lots C and D on the northwest side of the Folsom Lake College campus near the Harris Center. For weekday events, a $2 parking permit is required — this is included with tickets purchased in advance, or may be picked up at Will Call upon arrival. No permit is required on Friday evenings after 5 pm or anytime on Saturday or Sunday. The Harris Center for the Arts is a program of the Los Rios Community College District.

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Folsom Lake College Since 2004, Folsom Lake College has provided exceptional educational opportunities to the growing communities of eastern Sacramento and western El Dorado counties. The college currently serves approximately 8,700 students each semester at the main Folsom campus, the El Dorado Center in Placerville, and the Rancho Cordova Center. Folsom Lake College is committed to enriching and empowering students by providing rigorous academic programs and comprehensive support services, opportunities for leadership and growth, and a collaborative and innovative learning environment.

Folsom Lake College Foundation The Folsom Lake College Foundation was established in 1999 to advance education at the three Folsom Lake College campuses by providing financial resources and enhancing community support for programs such as the Harris Center for the Arts. The Foundation operates under the auspices of the Los Rios Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Donations to the Harris Center via the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent permissible by law.

Los Rios Community College District The Los Rios Community College District is a two-year public college district serving the greater Sacramento region. The district includes American River, Cosumnes River, Folsom Lake, and Sacramento City colleges; major centers in Placerville, Davis, West Sacramento, downtown Sacramento, Natomas, and Rancho Cordova; and special services for business and industry. LRCCD colleges offer transfer education and AA/AS degrees and certificates in over 70 career fields.


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Spring Broadway Series: Rent, Mamma Mia!, and Pippin

Spring Keyboard Conversations Series Jeffrey Siegel’s Splendor of Schubert and Virtuoso Variations

Spring World Arts Series Anoushka Shankar, International Guitar Night, and Masters of Hawaiian Music

Support The Arts! The Harris Center enriches the lives of people throughout the capital region by providing top-notch venues and opportunities to experience artistic work, celebrate cultural traditions and participate in the creative process. Center presentations bring artists from around the world to perform and share, partnerships make the center a home for local artists and arts organizations, and productions are work created and/or developed on site – most often by the talented students and faculty of Folsom Lake College. As is the case for most performing arts centers, ticket sales support only a portion of the costs of providing these vibrant programs. Gifts make up the difference, allowing world-class performances to continue to delight audiences from throughout the region. Following are some ways you can help to assure the Harris Center reaches its full potential. • Attend Events – Enjoy a show, and bring a friend!

Art of Wine Winter/Spring 2017 The Art of Wine is a benefit for Associate level annual members ($500-999) and higher. Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the exceptional artistry of the winemakers from our prized local El Dorado wineries.

January 13 FAME–THE MUSICAL

January 19 DRUMline Live

February 3 Rent

March 19 National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

• Volunteer – Over 1500 have helped out so far.

April 1

• Donate – Center memberships offer great perks

LET IT BE

• Sponsor A Program – Support your favorite art form

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• Name A Seat – your name, or that of family or friend • Include the Center in Your Planned Giving To learn more about ways to support the Center, visit www.HarrisCenter.net or call the Folsom Lake College Foundation at 916-608-6705.

Jeffery Siegel

June 9 Pippin

Bank Of America Gallery The Bank of America Gallery exhibits six shows annually, including works of art by college faculty, students, local, regional, national, and international artists. The art gallery is open Tuesday–Thursday, from Noon to 4 pm, as well as one hour before, and during intermission of, performances. Admission is free.

Winter/Spring 2017 FLC Art Faculty Exhibit Continues through January 8th

Art Studio Trek Show January 13 – March 12

FLC Student Art Show March 17 – May 14

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WINTER/SPRING 2017 SEA Mamma Mia!, pg. 21

Louie Anderson, pg. 20

JANUARY

9  Russian National Ballet Theatre: Les Sylphides & Carmen

11  Folsom Lake Symphony: Family Concert It’s About Time

8  Rhapsody & Rhythm: The Gershwin Concert Experience

10-12 Lenaea Theatre Festival

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Carrera: Walter Trout

16  SBL: John Anderson Acoustic Duo

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Alice Waters

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FLCCA: Birth of the Beat

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FLC Choir

12  Kids Helping Kids Gala Benefit Concert 13-15 FAME–The Musical 19-20 DRUMLine Live!

18  CTC: Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories

21  Mark Hummel’s Ultimate Harmonica Blowout

18  Folsom Lake Symphony: Russian Romance

21-22 Sac Baroque: Voice of the Cello

19  VITA: Great Composers Chamber Music Series

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FLCCA: Melinda Doolittle

25  Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversation: The Splendor of Schubert 27  Carrera: Larry Carlton Performing with his Quartet 28

Sergio Mendes & Brasil 2017

FEBRUARY 2-4

RENT–20th Anniversary Tour

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Mexico City Woodwind Quintet

8  Russian National Ballet Theatre: The Sleeping Beauty

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International Guitar Night

24-26 EDMT: Shrek The Musical 28  The Five Irish Tenors: Salute to Ireland

17-18  Core Contemporary Dance: Redefined 18

CTC: The Ugly Duckling

18-19  Sac Baroque: A London Adventure 19  National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine 19

An Irish Hooley!

23-26 CHICAGO–The Musical

MARCH

25  Sacramento Guitar Society: Festival of Four

1  The Five Irish Tenors: Voices of Ireland

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2-5

EDMT: Shrek The Musical

EDMT High Voltage: Unplugged

29  Wendy Palmer Piano Studio Recital

8-9  The Piano Men: A Tribute to Elton John & Billy Joel

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Anoushka Shankar

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10  George Kahumoku Jr. and Masters of Hawaiian Music

enra: PROXIMA

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LET IT BE


SON OF PERFORMING ARTS enra, pg. 19

Alice Waters, pg. 19

John Anderson, pg. 11

APRIL 1-2

LET IT BE

1  Malko Dance: Ballroom, Latin, Theatrical Dance Showcase 6

Carrera: Louie Anderson

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Mamma Mia! - Farewell Tour

22  Folsom Lake Symphony: Organ Symphony 28-30 EDMT: Mary Poppins 28-30  FLC Falcon’s Eye Theatre: Cyrano 30

Carrera: Marc Cohn

MAY 4

FLC Evening of Dance

5-7

EDMT: Mary Poppins

10  Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversations®: Virtuoso Variations

9-11 Pippin

10  FLC Commercial Music Ensemble

21 EDMT High Voltage: The Best of Broadway

11-14 EDMT: Mary Poppins 11-14  FLC Falcon’s Eye Theatre: Cyrano 14  VITA: Great Composers Chamber Music Series 19  Placer Pops Chorale: That’s Entertainment 20  Voices of California: A Capella Gold! 21  Placer Pops Chorale: That’s Entertainment 21

Bob Allen Music Recitals

27-28  Pacific Institute of Music Recitals

5-7  FLC Falcon’s Eye Theatre: Cyrano

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FLC Youth Chamber Orchestra

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FLC Choir

JUNE

10-12 Folsom Piano Academy

FLCCA: Adam Trent

3-4  Folsom Lake Symphony: Festa Italiana

16-18  Sacramento Ballet: Modern Masters

24  El Dorado Dance Academy: PORTRAITS

LEGEND Carrera Carrera Productions CTC  California Theatre Center EDMT  El Dorado Musical Theatre FLC Folsom Lake College FLCCA  Folsom Lake Community Concert Association SBL  SBL Entertainment Presents Sac Baroque  Sacramento Baroque Soloists VITA  VITA Academy w/Susan Lamb Cook

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Harris Center Spring 2017 Season Brochure  

An incredible lineup of great shows, up close for the greater Sacramento region to enjoy -- including six national Broadway tours.

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