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1690 Clara St I-71, Exit 111, Columbus, OH, US, 43211

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Marriage Of Figaro
Southern TheatreMarch 06, 2015 8:00 PM
21 East Main Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Considered to be Mozart's most popular opera, The Marriage of Figaro, or The Day of Madness, is based on Pierre Beaumarche's 1784 comic play of the same name. Mozart's collaborator, Lorenzo da Ponte, penned the libretto of this sequel to The Barber of Seville. The opera takes place in a Spanish court the day of the wedding of Figaro, head of servant-staff, upon his discovery that the Count is trying to make advances on his bride-to-be. As he attempts to thwart the Count, the Count in turn tries to snare Figaro into a marriage to a much older woman, who turns out to be Figaro's mother. The exploits and foils at the palace are illuminated through Mozart's brilliant score, making this oeuvre endure for centuries, an indispensable piece in the operatic canon.
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Luciano
The Alrosa VillaMarch 06, 2015 9:00 PM
5055 Sinclair Road
Columbus, OH 43229
The second generation roots reggae artist and poet, Luciano, began recording his spiritual music in 1992. His brand of reggae, culture-centric and reflective of his religious beliefs, kept the "Rasta Renaissance" going in the early 1990s following the death of reggae artist Garnett Silk. His song "Shake It Up Tonight" on his 1993 debut album Moving Up, became the #1 UK reggae hit in the same year, though it was a love song and not his usual Rastafarian-driven lyrics. In 2010, Luciano released United States of Africa, his most political album, which dealt with global events and issues. With 19 studio albums, including his 2011 effort, Rub-A-Dub Market, Luciano is a powerful and widely recognizable figure in reggae music.
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Bruce Hornsby
McCoy Center For The ArtsMarch 06, 2015 8:00 PM
100 W Dublin-Granville Road
New Albany, OH 43054
Bruce Hornsby is an improvisational singer/instrumentalist from Williamsburg, Virgina whose high energy and highly spontaneous brand of music has chiseled a place for the musician as one of America's greatest musical improvisers. Hornsby's decades-spanning career in the music industry has seen him work with acts such as the Grateful Dead--amongst others--as well as on his own. Drawing from a multitude of musical styles that range from classical, bluegrass, Motown and rock just to name a few, Bruce Hornsby has gone on to be recognized numerous times by critics, publications and industry award shows such as the Grammys for his exceptional recordings and live concerts.
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Lotus
Newport Music HallMarch 07, 2015 8:00 PM
1722 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43201
Lotus is a band that isn't afraid to experiment with its sound. The five-piece outfit formed in 1999 when students of Goshen College in Indiana decided to band together and create a style of music with no clear sonic direction. The result? A forward thinking style of genre breaking music that pulls heavily from the rock, electronic and jazz worlds. Since its inception, Lotus has dedicated itself to an ardent touringschedule, helping it become well-known for its jam-heavy live performances.
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Rumba CaféMarch 07, 2015 7:10 PM
2507 Summit Street
Columbus, OH 43202
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Jonathan Richman Featuring Tommy Larkin On The Drums
Rumba CaféMarch 07, 2015 9:00 PM
2507 Summit Street
Columbus, OH 43202
Often deemed the godfather of punk, Jonathan Richman has been a highly influential figure in the music world since the early 1970s. After trying and failing to make it as a musician in New York City, he returned home to Boston and formed the band The Modern Lovers. A turbulent project that included future members of Talking Heads and The Cars, the group rose as an archetype of proto-punk during its short-lived original existence from 1970s to 1974. Richman used the band as a musical experiment, eventually evolving the punk rock outfit into a 1950s-influenced rock and roll band and, finally, to a primarily acoustic act with world influences. The last shift in The Modern Lovers' sound would form the basis of Richman's solo work, which he began releasing in 1975.
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