Tampa Bay rock band WD-Han (which stands for “We Don’t Have A Name”) released their album Class Project Earth to a full house at Pangea Café in Downtown Clearwater on December 4th.
Yamato, the Drummers of Japan infused Clearwater with a taste of Japanese culture at Ruth Eckerd Hall on November 22nd.
Energetic performers pounded drums of varying sizes with an enthusiastic vigor, each stroke sending a booming thunder resonating through the theatre and reverberating through the body. With muscular arms and strong physiques, they threw every sinew into each separate drum beat.
On Sunday, November 22nd at 2 p.m., Ruth Eckerd Hall will present the powerful and thrilling taiko drumming of Yamato, The Drummers of Japan.
On Wednesday, December 16th at 8:00 pm, the Florida Orchestra will perform with Cherish the Ladies for A Celtic Christmas. The event will take place at the Progress Energy Center for the Arts – Mahaffey Theatre in St. Petersburg.
Classic rock band KISS will play the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa on Wednesday, October 21st, at 7:30 pm. The concert follows the release of their album Sonic Boom, the band’s first new material in 11 years.
The December installment of the Peace Memorial Concert Series will take place on December 13th with a concert from The Florida Orchestra Brass Quintet, the most accomplished professional brass ensemble in the Tampa Bay area.
The Peace Memorial Concert Series will continue on November 8th with a Songfest featuring the music of Lerner, Loewe and Lehar as performed by the Sun State Opera Society.
80% of the world is living without their own music, or the ability to learn music from others. Too many people have lost their voices or had their Music suppressed. They believe they couldn’t “carry a tune in a bucket”. It takes some courage and determination to overcome these preconceived notions, and most good things in life do! So why would you want to make that effort?
On Thursdays, beginning this week and continuing through November 19, Achieva Credit Union and the Downtown Development Board will host lunchtime concerts in Station Square Park.
This week’s concert in the park from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the 600 block of Cleveland Street, features the acoustic contemporary sounds of Sal Beloise. In the coming weeks, other musical genres will be featured including Latin, jazz, pop, rock, country and blues.
Clearwater Jazz Holiday is proud to announce the Second Annual Clearwater Jazz ’N Art Walk in downtown Clearwater, October 17th and 18th from 10AM – 5PM.
Each year more than 60,000 visitors come to Coachman Park in downtown Clearwater to enjoy 4 days & nights of FREE Jazz by some of today’s greats. The visitor experience is complemented by the Clearwater area’s mild fall weather, miles of world-famous Gulf beaches, brilliant sunsets, nearby attractions, accommodations and dining to suit every taste and budget.