Tribute events are always a sure bet for fun, and this year is no exception. There are some great “Tribute Shows” shows to look forward to as 2021 ends and in the early months of 2022. Get ready for some exceptional tribute performances at a theatre near you soon.
These guys never disappoint whenever they get on stage. They appear like well-known artists from years past, doing credible performances that can make you feel like you are watching the real deal.
Look out for the following concerts coming soon:
Bahl Conducts Beethoven 7
The autumn season has arrived, and Bahl is ready to welcome it with a program that will keep you toasty on those chilly evenings. Come out this week for the last performance before the holiday weekend next month.
The featured artists are German composer Johann Adam Reinken (1812-51) and American composers George Gershwin (1896 -1937). Also, one half of the “Rhapsody in Blue” fame who also wrote such songs as “S Wonderful,” and Charles Ives (widely regarded as America’s first modernist composer).
The location will be Holland Centre, and the times are as follows:
*Friday, 24 September, 7:30 p.m.
*Saturday, 25 September, 7:30 p.m.
*Sunday, 26 September, 2:00 p.m.
Ann Hampton Callaway – The Streisand Songbook
From her home in upstate New York, singer/songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway crafts a musical portrait of the iconic Streisand. The second instalment from this two-night engagement at Holland Centre will be Saturday, 23 October, with performances scheduled for 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Dvorak, Walker & Schumann
Schumann’s Symphony Number two will showcase virtuosic ensemble work of the highest order. The Omaha Symphony will premiere this piece at the Joslyn Art Museum. Join them on Sunday, 9 January from 2 p.m. and witness musical magic in person. They will perform Schumann’s second symphony with your support drumming alongside these talented musicians.
Bahl and Time for Three
The Dutch indie-pop group Time for Three will join the orchestra for Jennifer Higdon’s Concerto 4-3. They plan to include an exciting new sound in a performance that audiences have never heard before. The symphony is certain to please any music lover as it includes pieces like Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 in E minor, which was written when he had lost his hearing from illness.
The Holland Centre dates are 11th and 12 February at 7:30 p.m. This show will not disappoint if you’re looking forward to seeing something fresh outside of what your average classical concert comprises.
Tchaikovsky 4 with Maestro Bahl
Lara St. John returns alongside violinist Martin Kennedy. Together, they’ll premiere his new concerto for the instrument in an unforgettable evening at Holland Centre.
The action goes down on Friday, 20 May and Saturday, 21 May 2022 from 7:3 to pm. So please get your tickets now before it sells out.