Dr. Young spent more than 40 years in and around this area, including his time with the CSUF Department of Theatre and Dance, promoting the performing arts to children and teenagers. We will honor Executive Producers of McCoy Rigby Entertainment, Tom McCoy and Cathy Rigby McCoy, for their many contributions to the arts in Orange County.
Broadway Musical Singer, Actor, Robert Yacko has been enjoying a long and robust career on the musical and non-musical stage for decades. The Broadway veteran will celebrate the music of several different composers and lyricists as he recounts his own career and experiences in the theatre.
On this, the 41st anniversary of Elvis’ death, we’re going to take you to Las Vegas and celebrate not just the King, but his imaginary “concert of mutual friendship” with Welshman Tom Jones. And to make it even more like Vegas, there’s even a completely appropriate opening act TBA.
Lead guitarist from Paul McCartney and Wings, Grammy winning Laurence Juber is a solo performer, recording artist, composer and arranger. His playing fuses folk, jazz, blues, pop and classical styles, creating a multi-faceted performance that belies the use of only one instrument.
Mark your calendars for the chance to bathe yourself in nostalgic syncopation and rhythmic Americana. The stars of RagFest 2017 and previous festivals will dazzle you with intricate pianistics and entertain you with songs and ragtime on a variety of instruments
Blues and Boogie: A Tribute to Ray Charles, Gene Harris and Ella Fitzgerald
Tonight Show Alum Tommy Peterson with Fullerton Jazz Orchestra, Bill Cunliffe, cond.
In honor and tribute to those affected, soprano Gayle Heuser delivers the most unforgettable melodies; from the operatic and operetta, to art song and American songbook repertoire.
A lively St. Patrick’s sing-a-long!
With performances of traditional Irish drinking songs and shanties, and contemporary covers of the likes of the Dropkick Murphys, the Pogues, and Flogging Molly, this band never fails to provide a good time. Come join us for a sing-and-stomp-along evening of music, revelry, whiskey, beer, and a bit of Craic. Slainte’!
KMUK radio is on the air! Relive the creativity and chaos of 1930s live radio on August 24! Complete with period programming, performances, news flashes and commercials, the night will be sure to take you back in time. If you miss the era when live radio was king, this night is not one to miss!
Featuring the Eastern European domra, the triangular, three-stringed balalaika, and the bayan/accordion, Firebird’s repertoire ranges from traditional Russian, Ukrainian, and Eastern European songs to well-known classics and original com- positions.