Limited seating capacity for social distancing, masks required.
Featuring original music from their two recent albums, songs from their solo projects as well as classic songs by the legendary Allman Brothers Band, the sons of Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts join forces to form the Allman Betts Band.
Chick Corea is a jazz icon and living legend, playing with the genre-shattering bands of Miles Davis and Stan Getz in the late ’60s and early ’70s. From straight-ahead to free-form, bebop to jazz-rock fusion, Chick has touched an astonishing number of musical bases.
The keyboardist, composer, and bandleader is an NEA Jazz Master, as well as the fourth-most nominated artist in Grammy Awards history with 22 wins.
This performance has been canceled, but will still feature a live virtual discussion as part of our Voices AMPLIFIED series. Learn more here.
The Philadelphia Dance Company (PHILADANCO) is dancing its way to Omaha! Celebrated for its innovation, creativity, PHILADANCO has a legacy of breaking barriers and building bridges across cultural divides. Tonight’s performance will showcase works by Omaha native Ray Mercer as well as electrifying showpieces set by Donald Bryd, Ronald K. Brown and Rennie Harris.
Founded in 1970 by Joan Myers Brown, PHILADANCO is known for using the language of dance to explore Black history, social justice and civil rights.
Youn Sun Han, a South-Korean born singer, studied jazz at the CIM Jazz School, the National Music Institute of Beauvais, and the Boulanger Conservatory where she was awarded the “Officer of the Order des Arts et des Lettres” by the French Ministry of Culture. She has been featured at the Sochi Winter Olympics, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the Monterey Jazz Festival, and International Jazz Day (2017) with Esparanza Spauding and Regina Carter, where she performed jazz arrangements of typical standards as well as Astor Piazzola, Conseulo Velazquez, Richard Rodgers, Jimi Hendrix, and Nirvana.
From large outdoor Folk and Bluegrass festivals, to sold-out shows opening for Southern Rock icons like The Marshall Tucker Band or Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mountain Heart has become one of the more versatile musical acts ever assembled, winning multiple International Bluegrass Music Association Awards (IBMA).
This performance has been rescheduled for May 8, 2021.
Join us for a preshow curtain warmer demonstration with Omaha Circus Arts. Learn how to do simple magic tricks from one of Omaha's own illusionists. Preshow curtain warmers will take place in the theater lobby one hour prior to the start of the show.
Hailed as “one of the most unique and innovative illusionists in the world” (Chicago Tribune), Vitaly Beckman stumped Penn & Teller on their hit TV show Fool Us Faces that disappear from drivers’ licenses. Paintbrushes that paint on their own. Photographs that literally come to life right before your eyes. Vitaly’s signature illusions leave even the most jaded audience awestruck.
For nearly two decades, well-respected worship leader Kari Jobe has been using her gifts to lead people into the presence of God. When she began leading worship at age 13, she never imagined she would be nominated for a GRAMMY®, win multiple Dove Awards, have a RIAA Gold Certified single or be praised by the New York Times.
First appearing in 2014, Smith & Myers was created as an acoustic side project from one-half of multiplatinum band Shinedown, featuring front man Brent Smith and guitarist Zach Myers. Delivering a mix of covers from artists such as Neil Young and Post Malone as well as heartfelt originals, the duo issued their double album in two parts, Smith & Myers Volume 1 and Volume 2.
Join us for a preshow curtain warmer session with Omaha’s Shawn Bell Trio. Listen and learn about the differences and compliments between classical and contemporary jazz music. Preshow curtain warmers will take place in the theater lobby one hour prior to the start of the show.
A leading force in new jazz, composer-pianist Jason Moran plays with an unmistakable sense of funk, fluidity, and freedom. Together with his group The Bandwagon, bassist Tarus Mateen and drummer Nasheet Waits, deliver an explosive combination of classical and contemporary jazz styles.
Moran was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2010 and is the Artistic Director for Jazz at The Kennedy Center. The Rolling Stone says he is “the most provocative thinker in current jazz."