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February 17th, 2023

‘Classical Meets Cool’ by Barron Ryan at Vespers

Pianist and composer Barron Ryan grew up in a musical household in Tulsa Oklahoma. The variety of music he listened to, ranged from Glen Millard, Beethoven, Oscar Peterson, and even the Jackson Five.

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February 17th, 2023

Story of Barlaam and Josaphat at the Cathedral

Katarina Livljanić presents one of the early music ensembles and Dialogues that traces different versions of the most popular saint story from the Middle Ages Barlaam and Josaphat.

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February 13th, 2023

Benson Theatre Strengthens

The Benson theater is having remarkable growth since its opening just over a year ago. Benson Theater will continue with the framework of theater, creating its own season, and putting events and programs around that season.

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February 10th, 2023

Soloist Susanna Perry Gilmore Plays Romeo and Juliet

The Masterworks concert of Romero and Juliet with the Omaha Symphony and violin soloist Susana Gilmore is today and tomorrow at the Holland Performing arts center.

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February 8th, 2023

Omaha Performing Arts shows in February.

Omaha Performing Arts rolls onto this month with broadway shows, musicals and theater. Ciera Lee, PR and Social Media Manager for Omaha Performing Arts brings updates

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February 7th, 2023

Piano Concerto Premiere in Omaha

Eric Ewazen is among America’s most famous living composers. Ewazen has written music for piano, brass, and piano, music for voice, brass chamber music, and orchestral work.

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February 6th, 2023

Durham Museum Showcases “Hall of Heroes” Exhibit

Traveling exhibit, “Hall of Heroes,” unmasks itself at an Omaha museum for a limited time.

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February 3rd, 2023

“Rent” An Immersive Show

“Rent” opens at the Omaha Community Playhouse on February 10. “Rent” is an early 90s rock musical, loosely based on an opera from the 1800s.

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January 31st, 2023

The Samuel Bak Museum Grand Opening

The Samuel Bak Museum: Learning Center is opening over at Aksarben Village and Samuel Bak is donating 512 pieces of art

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