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Lincoln 55+ Seniors Paper - Calendar of Events -  Fall 2019

               UNL Honors ChamberFest Concert Nov  Sunday Farmers’ Market at College View  Nebraska Chamber Players - Concert at  Cozad, Nebraska, John J. Cozad, and
                 19 & 20 @ 7:30 pm  Kimball Recital   (new name for Old Cheney Road       NET Ron Hull Studio, 1800 N. 33rd St.  his son, the painter, Robert Henri. Lied
                 Hall, 1113 R St  Free 402 472-6865   Farmers Market)                     Hors d'oeuvres and beverages 30 min-  Center Box Office, 402 472-4747 $20;
                 www.music.unl.edu/                Sun 10 am – 2 pm Through Oct 27  4801  utes before Friday concert; dessert &  Student/Senior $10
                                                      Prescott Ave, Seventh Day Adventist  coffee on Sunday. $22; Student $5  www.events.unl.edu/music/2019/11/15/14
               6th Annual Friends of the International  Church parking lot, (new address)  402 429-8227                       1595/
                 Quilt Museum Art Market  2017        Producer-only vendors featuring local  nebraskachamberplayers.org
               Nov 22 1 – 7 pm Nov 23 10 am – 4 pm    produce, artisan cheeses, baked  Sep 13 @ 8 pm  & Sep 15 @ 3 pm       Abendmusik: Lincoln – First Plymouth
                 International Quilt Study Center, 1523  goods, meats, eggs and plants. 402-  Nielsen: Woodwind Quintet Op. 43;  Church, 2000 D St. 402 476-9933
                 N. 33rd St Shop from local artists and  309-9096                         Barber: Summer Music for Woodwind   www.abendmusik.org
                 artisans. Proceeds will support the  www.sundayfarmersmarket.org/        Quintet; Naulais: L’Homme aux 3 vis-  Sep 29 @ 3 pm Only Light…Only Love
                 Quilt House.                                                             ages for solo trombone and wind quin-  Duo-B joins sounding light to share a
               www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/friends-  Bennet Farmers Market           tet                                 kaleidoscopic array of music that that
                 iqm/news                          Wed  4 – 7 pm Through Sep 25 Bennet  Oct 18 @ 8 pm & Oct 20 @ 3 pm         strives to keep the light and love of
                                                      Village Park, 630 Elm St, Bennet  402  Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F major K. 370;  Martin Luther King’s message alive.
               Kiwanis Pancake Festival               782-2167                            Bowen: Quintet in C minor for Horn &  $20 Senior $15 Student $10
               Nov 23 7 am – 2 pm Auld Pavillion,     www.bennetfarmersmarket.com         Strings Op. 85; Berkeley: Sextet for  Dec 1 @ 4 pm Messiah Community Sing
                 Antelope Park, 1650 Memorial Dr                                          Clarinet, Horn and Strings          Special community sing to support Matt
                 Proceeds used for youth projects  Fallbrook Farmers’ Market                                                  Talbot Kitchen & Outreach. Free will
                 www.kiwanislincoln.org/           Thu 4 – 7 pm Sep 12 & Oct 10  Fallbrook                                    offering.
                                                      Town Square Park, 600 Fallbrook Blvd    Please Email
               Waverly Community Library’s Ninth      Produce, meat, eggs, & baked goods                                    High Level Happiness Fall Fundraiser and
                 Annual Holiday Home Tour             402 309-9096                            event Info to                   Silent Auction
               Nov 24 1 – 4 pm Tours of Waverly       www.fallbrookfarmersmarket.com     Events@Lincoln55Plus.com           Sep 29  1 – 4 pm 1247 11th S. St Event
                 homes. In Nov tickets at the Waverly                                                                         raise funds to build an ecological,
                 Russ’ Market Express, Hilltop Salon,  Haymarket Farmer’s Market                                              rentable treehouse called TreeBNB. $5
                 and Stacy's Barber Shop; Day of the  Sat.  8 am – noon Through Oct 12  Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music      for over age 21, under 21 free Kid-
                 tour tickets at Waverly Library, 11120  Historic Haymarket,  7th & P Sts.  402 472-4747 www.lfcm.us          friendly, music, activities for kids, and
                 N. 141st St  $10 Proceeds support    Produce, baked goods, jams, honey,  Sep 7 @ 7:30 pm Pacifica Quartet    silent auction.
                 Waverly Community Library. 402-560-  flowers, bedding plants, herbs & hand-  Johnny Carson Theater, Lied Center, 301
                 7920.                                crafted items 402 435-7496  www.lin-  N 12th Over the past twenty-five years  Capital Jazz Society Big Band
                                                      colnhaymarket.org/events/farmers-   the Pacifica Quartet has achieved  7 - 9:30 pm Chez SoDo, 11th & K Sts
               Cornhusker Marching Band Highlights    market                              international recognition as one of the  Monday night big band 402 477-7899
                 Concert                                                                  finest performing chamber ensembles.  Free
               Dec 4 @ 7:30 pm  Lied Center 301 N 12th          Music                     Walker: Lyric for Strings;        Sep 16, 23, 30 Nov 18 Dec 16
                 St $20; Student/Senior $10 Tickets-                                      Shostakovich: Quartet No. 2 in A  www.artsincorporated.org/cjs/
                 Lied Center 402-472-4747          Arts for the Soul Music & Fine Arts Series   Major, Op. 68; Beethoven: Quartet in
                 www.music.unl.edu/                First Presbyterian Church, 840 S 17th St  C Major, Op. 59, No. 3,        Capital Jazz Series
                                                      Purchase tickets at church, online or  “Razumovsky”. $25, Student - $5  7 – 9:30 pm ChezSoDo, 440 S. 11th St
               Heritage League's 48th Annual Holiday of  at door  402 477-6037         Oct 3 @ 7:30 pm Brooklyn Rider and     Capital Jazz Society  402 477-7899
                 Trees                             www.fpclincoln.org/music-home/arts-for-  Paul Barnes                       Free
               Dec 5 10 am – 8 pm Dec 6 10 am – 7 pm,  the-soul/                       Kimball Recital Hall, Lied Center, 301 N  Sep 9 Oct 7 Nov 4 Dec 2 First Monday
                 Westminster Presbyterian Church,  Sep 26 @ 7 pm The Donald Sinta Sax     12th Hailed as “the future of chamber  Jazz Jam
                 2110 Sheridan Blvd  View 24 decorat-  Quartet                            music,” these four classical musicians  Oct 14 Bryan McCune and Friends
                 ed trees, enjoy coffee, lunch or dinner,  The winner of the Concert Artists Guild  present eclectic repertoire and grip-  Oct 21 Andrew Janak
                 raffles, shop for baked goods and    Competition has earned praise for its  ping performances from classical,  Oct 28 UNL Jazz Combos
                 unique holiday items. Charity recipient  virtuosic performances, compelling  world, and rock critics alike. Philip  Nov 11 UNL Big Band and Jazz Orchestra
                 this year is Lincoln Music Teachers  recordings and distinctive repertoire.  Glass: “Annunciation” Piano Quintet  Nov 25 Kearney Jazz Society
                 Association‘s Music Outreach Program  The group’s repertoire spans cen-  and other offerings $36; Student - $18  Dec 9 Group Sax
                 $1.  www.sites.google.com/site/her-  turies, ranging from emerging com-                                    www.artsincorporated.org/cjs/
                 itageleaguelincoln/hot-news-1        posers to transcriptions by master  Lincoln Civic Orchestra           Husker Horn Choir
                                                      composers such as Dvořák, Schubert  Performance at Rogers Center for Fine  Nov 18 @ 7 pm Fellowship Community
               UNL Big Band and Grad Jazz Combo       and Beethoven. $20; Senior $15;     Arts, 50th & Huntington Sts 402 465-  Church, 8601 Holdrege St
                 Performance Dec 5 @ 7:30 pm          Student $8; 12 & under Free         2267 Free                         Nov 19 @ 7:30 pm Kimball Recital Hall
               Kimball Recital Hall, 1113 R St $5,  Nov 3 @ 3 pm Sing from the Heart –  Nov 3 @ 4 pm Musical Milestone with  Dec 12 @ noon Holiday Concert
                 Student/Senior $3 (402) 472-6865     Family Concert Childhood Memories   Lincoln Choral Artists featuring the  Nebraska Capitol, 1445 K St
                 www.music.unl.edu/                Our annual dessert concert & charity   Brahms Requiem
                                                      fundraiser is a family-oriented event,  www.lincolncivicorchestra.org/    Pla Mor Ballroom - 6600 West O St. 402
               Winter Lights at Tower Square          with ice cream, child-themed music,                                     475-4030 www.plamorballroom.com
               Dec 6 6 -7 pm Tower Square, 13th & P   and a shortened, kid-friendly program  LAFTA - Lincoln Association for  Sep 6 @ 8:30 pm Singles Dance Party
                 Sts                                  but it’s not just for kids. We will take a  Traditional Arts Membership - $20  with Jimmy Mack
                                                      freewill offering for HopeSpoke (for-  allows for 2 discounted ticket to con-  Sep 7 @ 8 pm Country Night  Lucas
                 Outdoor Series Events                merly the Child Guidance Center)    certs Information, reservations at 402  Minor & Borderline
                                                      whose mission is to inspire healthy  580-8656 or lafta.net            Sep 12 @ 7 pm Big Band Thursday Leo
               Pinewood Bowl Theater in Pioneers Park       futures for children and their families  Main Stage Concerts at the 7th Street  Lonnie
               Pinewood Bowl Amphitheatre, Pioneers   through comprehensive behavioral and  Loft, 7th and K Sts. Member $16; Non-  Sep 15 @ 8 pm Country Night  Tami Hill
                 Park, 3201 S. Coddington Ave;  Tickets  mental health services. $5; 12 & under  Member $20; Student $10; under 12 -  & City Limits
                 at the Pinnacle Bank Arena ticket    free                                $1                                Sep 22 @ 8 pm Country Night  Outlaw
                 office, all Ticketmaster locations, ticket-                           Sep 6 @ 7:30 pm Victor & Penny and the  Road & McKenzie Jalynn
                 master.com or 1-800-745-3000.     Lincoln Symphony Orchestra - 233 So.   Loose Change Orchestra            Sep 29 @ 8 pm Country Night Craig
               www.pinewoodbowltheater.com/events     13th St., Suite-B102; 402 476-2211  Oct 11 @ 7:30 pm The Vogts Sisters -  Gerdes & Craig Estudillo
               Sep 6 @ 7 pm Cody Johnson & Friends  www.lincolnsymphony.com               The Vogts Sisters are emerging artists  Oct 1 @ 8:30 pm Singles Dance Party
                 with Mark Chestnutt and Jacob Bryant  Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm Superstar Strings  who touch the hearts of audiences  with Jimmy Mack
                 $33/$103; add $5 at door          Lied Center, 301 N 12th St After Brahms’  with their graceful, authentic, yet vul-  Oct 6 @ 8 pm Country Night  Lucas Minor
               Sep 8 @ 7 pm An Evening with Steely    exquisite Variations on a Theme of  nerable performances.  The native   & TBA
                 Dan $55/$69/$89/$125/$175            Haydn, violinist Pinchas Zukerman   Kansans were Place Winners in the  Oct 10 @  8 pm Pla Mor 90th Birthday
                                                      joins LSO for Dvořák’s beautiful    2015 Ozark Folk Festival Singer-    Celebration featuring Bobby Layne
               Walking tours of the Earl G. Maxwell   Romance, and cellist Amanda Forsyth  Songwriter Competition.            Orchestra
                 Arboretum on East Campus             presents Dvořák’s Silent Woods fol-  Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm The Mark Lavengood  Oct 11 @  8 pm Pla Mor 90th Birthday
               Oct 1 Nov 5 Earl G. Maxwell Arboretum ,  lowed by two of Dvořák’s folk-flavored  Band - Mark Lavengood is a multi-  Celebration featuring Variety Band,
                 38th & Holdrege Sts Noon – 1 pm First  Slavonic Dances.  Zukerman and    instrumentalist from Michigan who   Bobby Layne Orchestra & Hayseed
                 Tuesdays.  Led by Emily Levine,      Forsyth take the stage together for  specializes in Dobro and steel guitar.  Cowboys
                 Special Projects Research            Brahms’ Double Concerto. $15/$35    His creative output consists of vocal  Oct 13@ 8 pm Country Night  Derryl Perry
                 Horticulturist See an array of perenni-  Youth $5                        and instrumental originals, traditionals,  & Lucas Minor
                 als, grasses and trees. Rain date is  Oct 11 @ 7:30 pm Beethoven’s Heroic  and cover songs that span multiple  Oct 20 @ 8 pm Country Night  McKenzie
                 second Tuesday. Free                 Beginnings                          musical genres and make use of a    Jalynn & Craig Estudillo
                 unlgardens.unl.edu/               Lied Center, 301 N 12th St In the fourth  rotating menu of different instruments  Oct 27 @ 8 pm Country Night  TBA & City
                                                      year of LSO’s five-year journey to per-  and sounds.                    Limits
               Foundation Gardens Performance Series    form all nine of Beethoven’s sym-  House Concert
               Lincoln Community Foundation Gardens,  phonies, leading up to his 250th birth-  Sep 12 @ 7:30  pm Ben Bedford held at  Performing Arts
                 1415 N St., Wednesdays from noon to  day in 2020, hear his joyful and effer-  5109 Foxglove Circle
                 1 pm, Arts Incorporated, 402-477-8008  vescent First Symphony and the victo-  The 2018 Kerrville New Folk winner is a  Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center -
                 Free  www.artsincorporated.org/      rious Symphony No. 3, the Eroica.   songwriter in the tradition of Bill  313 N. 13th St. 402 472-5353; $9.50
               Sep 11 2 Gals & A Guitar               $15/$35 Youth $5                    Morrissey and Woody Guthrie and     Senior-$7.50 Student/Child-$7.00
               Sep 18 Jive Merchant                Oct 13 @ 2 pm Madcap Puppets           writes with an 'old soul' quality of John  Member-$6.50  www.theross.org
               Sep 25 The TimsMen                  O’Donnell Auditorium, 50th & Huntington  Steinbeck and Toni Morrison.    Aug 30 – Sep 12 After the Wedding -
                                                      Sts Madcap Puppets join LSO for the  Refreshments @ 6:30 pm, concert @  When Isabel receives notification of a
               Yoga in the Park                       story of the mischievous clown      7:30 pm. Recommend  Reservation:    generous grant for her financially strug-
               Sep 8, 15, 22, 29 10 - 11 am John      Pulcinella using giant body puppets  515-664-7459. Suggested donation:  gling orphanage in Calcutta, she must
                 Shildneck Band Shell, 3140 Sumner    and Stravinsky’s orchestral suite.  $15                                 travel to New York to meet the bene-
                 St. bring a yoga mat OR towel; if rain-  Instruments, puppets, and orchestra                                 factor, a multimillionaire head of a
                 ing, at Auld Pavillion, Food truck avail-  interact in an improvisational style.  Lincoln Choral Artists     media company.
                 able afterwards Free.                One hour before the concert enjoy  PO Box 57122, Lincoln NE 68505 (402)  Sep 6 – 19 David Crosby: Remember My
                 Facebook.com/playlincoln             face painting, an instrument petting  405-8070                          Name - With unflinching honesty, self-
                                                      zoo, crafts, and other family activities.  www.lincolnchoralartists.org  examination, regret, fear, exuberance
               Haymarket Farmer’s Market Performances    $10 Youth $5                  Nov 3 @ 4 pm Musical Milestone with    and an unshakable belief in family and
               7th & Q Sts. Saturdays 9 – 11 am    Nov 19 @ 7:30 pm Britten & Brahms      Lincoln Civic Orchestra and LCA     the transformative nature of music,
               Sep 7 The Tidball-Barger Band       Lied Center, 301 N 12th St Britten’s poet-  Alumni Choir featuring the Brahms  David Crosby shares his often chal-
               Sep 14 Gene Davis                      ic Serenade for Tenor, Horn and     Requiem O’Donnell Auditorium, 50th &  lenging journey.
               Sep 21 CA Waller                       Strings features tenor Taylor Stayton  Huntington Sts                 Sep 13 – 19 This Changes Everything  -
               Sep 28 Dustin West                     and LSO’s Principal Horn Gregory  Dec 12 @ 7:30 pm Simply Christmas with  Told first-hand by some of the indus-
                                                      Helseth. Bookending the Britten will be  Bell-issimo Holy Trinity Episcopal  try’s leading voices, this documentary
               Farmer’s Markets                       Brahms’ turbulent Tragic Overture and  Church, 6001 A St                uncovers what is behind one of the
               www.nebraska.gov/apps-ag-farmers-mar-  his intensely lyrical Symphony No. 3.                                   most confounding dilemmas in the
                 ket/                                 $15/$35 Youth $5                 UNL School of Music                    entertainment industry -- the under-rep-
                                                   Dec 8 @ 2 pm OR 6 pm Deck the Halls  Nov 15 @ 7: 30 pm Nov 17 @ 3 Opera    resentation and misrepresentation of
               Holiday Harvest Farmers’ Market        Lied Center, 301 N 12th St Annual hol-  Performance: The Gambler’s Son
               Nov 17 & Dec 1 & Dec 15 10 am – 2 pm   iday celebration $15/$35 Youth $5  Kimball Recital Hall, 301 N 12th St
                 Park Centers Banquet Hall, 2608 Park                                     Premiere of an opera by Tyler White
                 Blvd                                                                     which is adapted from Mari Sandoz’s
               www.holidayharvestfarmersmarket.com/                                       novel, Son of the Gamblin’ Man, which
                                                                                          tells the true story of the founder of

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