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Music at St. Paul’s

The Flute’s Garden of Delights

Feb. 9,

3 p.m. (pre-concert conversation with Anne Timberlake at 2:30 p.m.)

$20 suggested donation / 18 and under FREE

The Flute’s Garden of Delights, a concert featuring recorderist Anne Timberlake with lutenist Adam Cockerham.

Delray String Quartet in concert

Feb. 28

7:30 p.m.

$40

Music at St. Paul’s continues its 32nd Season with the Delray String Quartet performing a program titled, “A Trio of Quartet Giants.” The quartet “giants” include Haydn’s Quartet in F major (“Serenade”), Op. 3, No. 5, Shostakovich’s Quartet No. 7 in F# minor, Op. 108, and Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 10 in E-flat, Op. 74, “Harp.” The concert will be performed “in the round” in St. Paul’s Parish Hall.

Delray Beach Playhouse

Some Enchanted Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein

Through Feb. 16

Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 & 8 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m.; Wednesday (2/5 only), 8 p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m.

This musical celebrates the unique partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.  From their beginnings in 1943, to the creation of a show called OKLAHOMA, their musical alchemy turned into pure magic as one success led to another: SOUTH PACIFIC, CAROUSEL, STATE FAIR, THE KING AND I, CINDERELLA and THE SOUND OF MUSIC.

Tickets $35 (adults); $15 (students); $25 (groups)

The Best of All Possible Worlds: Leonard Bernstein on Broadway

Feb. 10-20

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 2 & 7:30 p.m.; Thursday (2/13), 2 p.m. and Thursday (2/20), 2 & 7:30 p.m.

Universally acknowledged as one of the greatest classical and operatic conductors of the 20th Century, Leonard Bernstein also composed some of Broadway’s most popular musicals.

Tickets $35 (adults); $15 (students); $25 (groups)

Arts Garage

Troy Anderson:  A Tribute to Louis Armstrong

Feb. 1

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

This performance is based on the music of the Jazz legend Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five Band.

Between the Lines Art Exhibit Opening Reception

Feb. 7

6-8 p.m.

Join us for Happy Hour from 5-7pm and enjoy the art at the opening of the BETWEEN THE LINES EXHIBITION featuring local emerging artists Amanda Foor and Gail Butters Cohen. The event is free!

Biscuit Miller and the MIX

Feb. 7

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

Biscuit is known for his high energy shows and blazing million dollar smile. He is a born entertainer and is at home on the stage where he connects with his audience through a fun and funky approach to the blues.

Albino Mbie

Feb. 9

7-8:30 p.m.

General Admission $30 | Reserved $35 | Premium $40

The concert “Celebrating life” will mark and mean a new chapter to Albino Mbie’s career. In this concert, Albino Mbie and his band will bring music from his first Album “Mozambican Dance” to pre-3rd album release.

A Haitian Music Series: Jean Chardavoine

Feb. 12

6-8 p.m.

General Admission $25

Haitian born but Brooklyn bred, an amazingly talented artist thus, enabling Chardavoine to be a refined professional.

Lenore Raphael – A Tribute to the Oscar Peterson/Milt Jackson Trio

Feb. 15

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

Lenore Raphael (piano) is a world-renowned Steinway artist. She recently recorded and was added to the Steinway Spirio catalogue of the world’s greatest pianists. She has toured with such notable musicians as Clark Terry, Howard Alden, Jon Hendricks.

Out of the House Series: Steve Forbert

Feb. 19

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $30

Steve Forbert, live and solo has a magical presence, drawing an audience into his highly original and observant music without ever raising the volume of his distinctive rasp above conversation level.

The Smoogies Band

Feb. 21

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

What do you call a conglomerate of diverse, talented multi-instrumentalists and composers? You call them “The Smoogies” — a musical smoothie blended with a lot of cultures, life experience and most certainly: love.

Nicole Yarling: One Song – Celebrating the African Diaspora

Feb. 23

7-8:30 p.m.

General Admission $30 | Reserved $35 | Premium $40

One Song – A Composer’s Forum is a Jazz concert celebrating The African Diaspora. This performance featuring Nicole Yarling, Jim Gasior, Marty Quinn, John Yarling, Jean Caze, and David Leon will demonstrate that much of the music we enjoy has its roots in Africa.

Stanley Jordan Returns

Feb. 28-29

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $40 | Reserved $45 | Premium $50

Be it bold reinventions of classical masterpieces or soulful explorations through pop-rock hits, to blazing straight ahead jazz forays and ultramodern improvisational works—solo or with a group—Jordan can always be counted on to take listeners on breathless journeys into the unexpected.

Wick Theatre

Micheal L. Walters

What a Character

Feb. 4

8 p.m.

For one night only, join Carbonell Winner Michael L. Walters as he returns to the Wick stage for another powerhouse evening of comedy and music as he lovingly celebrates those wonderful character roles: The roles he should have played, wants to play or shouldn’t have played.

Evita

through Feb. 23

The Wick Theatre is proud to present their fan favorite pick of the year, Evita. The production features Broadway star Sean McDermott and American’s Got Talent sensation Daniella Mass in the iconic musical. The astonishing Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice mega-hit won multiple Tony Awards including Best Musical 1980 and Best Revival 2012.

Tickets $75-95

NOT ONE MORE Alliance Walk for Eating Disorders Awareness 

Feb. 29

9 a.m.

Sunset Cove Amphitheater

The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness will hold its 2020 South Florida NOT ONE MORE: The Alliance Walk for Eating Disorders Awareness.The Alliance hopes to raise awareness of eating disorders, positive body image, and recovery.

Adult (18 years +)  $25

Child/Student (Under 18 years)  $15

Old School Square

4th Annual Spring Art on the Square

Feb. 9-10

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Sunday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The Cornell Art Museum presents an outdoor, juried fine art show featuring fine artists in all media by 150 artists from around the country. The front lawn of the Cornell Art Museum and Old School Square’s center grounds will transform into an exciting outdoor gallery with live music and a Hospitality Lounge.

Free admission; Special $5 Admission to Cornell Art Museum

The Cocktail Cabaret

Feb. 3

8 p.m.

An upbeat, stylish, intimate musical cabaret, reminiscent of vintage Vegas! The 70-minute musical revue features a combo of live original music and well-known stylized and re-imagined modern standards. “The HOTTEST 6:00 p.m. show on the Strip” features four Broadway-caliber powerhouse singers and a four-piece band led by renowned concert pianist Philip Fortenberry.

Tickets start at $55

MusicWorks presents Joan Osborne

Feb. 5

8 p.m.

Joan Osborne has rightfully earned a reputation as one of the great voices of her generation — both a commanding, passionate performer and a frank, emotionally evocative songwriter. A multi-platinum selling recording artist and seven-time Grammy nominee.

Tickets start at $57.

Stayin’ Alive

Feb. 8

8 p.m.

STAYIN’ ALIVE is the largest and most definitive production of its kind, offering big screen video clips, photos, and dazzling imagery, and offers to their audiences the songs and sights of a full Bee Gees play list, singing blockbusters such as Night Fever, Jive Talkin, How Deep Is Your Love, You Should be Dancing, Nights on Broadway, and Staying Alive.
Tickets start at $55

Lilias White – From Brooklyn to Broadway

Feb. 10 – 11  

8 p.m.

Lilias White made her Broadway debut in Barnum. She has also appeared on Broadway in Cats, Carrie, Dreamgirls, Once on This Island, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Chicago, and Fela! (Tony Award nomination).

Tickets start at $57

MusicWorks presents Al Stewart

Feb. 13

8 p.m.

Al Stewart came to stardom as part of the legendary British folk revival in the sixties and seventies and developed the combination of folk-rock songs with delicately woven tales of the great characters and events from history.

Tickets start at $57

Steve Solomon’s From Brooklyn to Broadway in Only 50 Years!

Feb. 15

8 p.m.

Presenting an evening of hilarious comedy with the author and star of one of the longest-running one-man comedies in Broadway history: My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy. It will be a night of pure enjoyment as Steve, using his gift for acting, dialects, and voices, brings to life twenty or more oddball people in hysterical situations to which we can all relate.

Tickets start at $55.

An Evening with Betty Buckley

Feb. 17-18

8 p.m.

Betty Buckley is a legendary, multi-award-winning actress and singer whose career spans theater, film, television and concert halls around the world.

Tickets start at $57

WaistWatchers the Musical!

Feb. 21-22

8 p.m.

WaistWatchers The Musical! takes a hilarious and lighthearted look at four women dealing with their obsession with food and assorted body image issues. Set in Miss Cook’s Women’s Gym, the 22 clever and catchy songs propel the fun along as the ladies’ tackle issues like dieting, exercise, plastic surgery, sex, and the relentless search for a positive self-image.

Tickets start at $57

Catapult

Feb. 22

8 p.m.

An America’s Got Talent finalist from Season 8, Catapult is a magical production that features incredible dancers who work behind a screen to create shadow silhouettes of shapes from the world around us.

General admission $20.

Classic Albums Live: Creedance Clearwater Revival, Chronicle Vol.1

Feb. 29

8 p.m.

Classic Albums Live is back for a second season of concerts that takes classic albums and performs them live, on stage – note for note, cut for cut – using the world’s greatest musicians. This is NOT a local tribute band.

General admission $20.

Boca Raton Library

Census 2020:Make it Count

Feb. 1

3-4 p.m.

Downtown Library

Census Day arrives on April 1. Be prepared by joining Sandy Goodman, Census Partnership Specialist, and Corrina Balderramos of the League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County for an engaging free presentation on the impact of the 2020 Census. “Census 2020: Make It Count!”

Census answers shape our community by determining the need for vital public services like new schools, infrastructure, affordable housing, disaster recovery funding, and much more. With over 675 billion dollars in federal funding available to enhance our community, learn what a complete and accurate count in 2020 can mean for local residents, students, and visitors.

Story Central

Feb. 8

4-5:30 p.m.

Downtown Boca Library

When Ray Christian tells stories form his life, people listen—and cheer! Find out why in his moving and thought-provoking Story Central performance, “Stories from a Life of Service.”

Dr. Ray Christian is a retired army paratrooper and combat veteran who teaches African-American History and Storytelling at Appalachian State University.