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  • Fall Soiree: 4 Strings and 2 Winds
  • Arts Night
  • My Fair Lady
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • Anchorage Symphony Orchestra Special Event:
  • Martha Redbone
  • Tribes
  • John Sebastian
  • Christmas in Spenard
  • Eddie Izzard
  • 44 Plays for 44 Presidents
  • Brahms - Ein deutsches Requiem
  • Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)
  • Alaska Chamber Singers Subscriptions
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John Sebastian has been thrilling audiences for nearly forty years, and will be thrilling an Anchorage audience tomorrow night at the Center! Tickets at Ever since the debut of Lovin' Spoonful - America's answer to the British Invasion, Sebastian has remained in-demand as a solo artist, studio musician, TV/film composer and songwriter. With top ten hits like, "Do You Believe In Magic," "Summer In the City," "Daydream" (to name a few), more than two dozen albums, and performances on stages around the world, Sebastian has repeatedly carved his own niche in the musical rule books. Presented by Whistling Swan Productions. ... See moreSee less

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Head to the Center this Saturday, Mouseketeers! "Disney in Concert" with the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra is back - with an all new program! Come be enchanted by "Disney in Concert: Magical Music from the Movies" with projected video clips from iconic Disney films, and four leading vocalists. It was a full house last year- get your tickets while they last! ... See moreSee less

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Anchorage Concert Association presents the incredible Martha Redbone at the Center this Friday. Martha Redbone's past has created a tapestry of far-ranging influences, from the Appalachian music of Kentucky to Native American elements to urban funk rhythms. This merger of cultures, art forms and music genres makes for a unique concert experience. Martha Redbone's music is the kind you hear on Spotify and immediately add to your playlist. Experience her live - tickets at ... See moreSee less

The first song from the first Martha Redbone Roots Project show - the warm up of "The Garden of Love - Songs of William Blake" on 3/9/12. Martha Redbone Root...