SCHEDULE - 29th SEASON - 2010-11
October 9, 2010 - 7:30pm"The Concert
That Never was..." by Sharon Owens and Sebastian Anzaldo
in which Streisand and Sinatra create masterful duets of
"Something Stupid" and "New York New York." What critics are saying: "..a
gem of a show."($22)
The Lindsay Family
November 7, 2010 - 3:00pm
you think you have heard it all after 14 year old trumpet and piano
virtuoso Tyler Lindsay finishes knocking your socks
off, then trombone
and bass-wailing Ryan, 13, and tuba-toting drummer Christina, 10, will
send it into the musical stratosphere with their blend of jazz and rock
'n' roll classics, accompanied all the while by father Paul on trumpet
and guitar and Mom Susan on French horn and piano. And they
do they sing!
Live Arts Maryland presents
The Sound of Music (subject to availability)
J. Ernest Green conducts an All-Star Professional cast of singers,
joined by the Annapolis Chorale and the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra.
February 13, 2011 - 3:00pm
This timeless score includes "Do Re Mi", "Climb Every Mountain", "My Favorite Things"
and "Edelweiss" among others. Hear it now as it was meant to be heard
with stellar soloists, a large orchestra and a chorus of more than 100
- Daniel Narducci
Sunday, April 17, 2011 - 3:00pm
American Baritone Daniel
Narducci singing Broadway favorites from the musicals of Andrew
Lloyd-Webber, Jerry Herman, Mitch Leigh, and Lerner and
classics such as, If Ever I would Leave You, Memory and
The Impossible Dream
are heard in exciting arrangements. Mr. Narducci's suave
paired with his rich baritone voice, create a perfect, entertaining combination.($22)
Migration - The AACC Dance Company
Saturday, May 7, 2011 - 2:00pm
"An exciting dance circus with
for everyone. In a single number, dancers move from
Charleston to shag to classic swing to hip-hop without missing a
beat." Sun Paper ($22)
U.S. Navy Band
of Washington, D.C.
Thursday, May 19 2011 - 7:30pm
Recognized as "The World's Finest," the Band features some of the
nation's top musicians and performs a wide variety of music ranging
from classical orchestral works to original arrangements of current
popular favorites, as well as traditional marches and patriotic fare.
Play Anchors Aweigh here.