Cadence brings an infectious energy and verve to every song. Their shows feature a hypnotic blend of complex harmonies, intricate pop arrangements and vocal dexterity. Their on-stage antics and audience participation connects with all ages. Canada’s celebrated vocal phenomenon.
Vocal Trash is entertainment with a conscience. An urban-themed Broadway style production that performs on custom instruments made from recycled materials. The interactive performance of singing, break-dancing and comedy leave the audience not only entertained, but inspired to spread peace, love and recycling. Glee Meets Stomp!
THE TEXAS TENORS: RISE Premiered August 2017 on PBS
America’s favorite tenors are back with RISE, an all-new concert filmed in stunning 4K resolution at the beautiful Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston, TX. In their second special for PBS, The Texas Tenors follow up their Emmy Award-winning PBS special “You Should Dream” with a live orchestra and choir performing classical, pop, country and Broadway – including a show- stopping tribute to one of the most beloved and cherished musicals of all time – Les Miserables.
Marcus, JC and John treat viewers to favorites from their new album RISE, released September 8, 2017, including orchestral arrangements of “Amazing Grace,” The Righteous Brothers’ “Lovin’ Feelin’,” John Denver’s “Country Roads, Take Me Home,” and an emotional rendition of the patriotic Irving Berlin classic “God Bless America.”
The Virginia Symphony is a real treat for our area provided by the Camp Foundation. The orchestra has been under the direction of JoAnn Faletta since 1991. It has risen to celebrated artistic heights performing classical, pops, and family concerts in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, and Williamsburg. The Virginia Symphony also provides professional musicians and orchestral support for the Virginia Opera, the Virginia Arts Festival, the Virginia Stage Company, the Ballet, and the Todd Rosenlieb Dance Group. Our concert, a mix of classical and pops, will be conducted by Benjamin Rous, the Resident conductor who joined the Virginia Symphony in 2010. In the summer, he serves as faculty conductor of Greenwood Music Camp in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts.