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Ted Vigil’s Tribute to John Denver
7 p.m. Saturday, May 16, 2020 July 25, 2020
Tribute artist Ted Vigil returns to the OAC Main Stage as beloved iconic singer / songwriter John Denver, taking the audience on a nostalgic ride with popular songs like Thank God I’m a Country Boy, Rocky Mountain High, Sunshine on My Shoulder, and many more.
Vigil performs nationwide, wowing the crowd and selling out theatres and has played twice for John Denver’s own “Windstar Foundation” in Aspen, CO. He also performed with Steve Weisberg,John Denver’s lead guitarist from 1973-77, and was awarded the Rising Legend Award in 2014 by the National Traditional Country Music Association.
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Neophonic Jazz Orchestra
2 p.m. Sunday, June 14, 2020
Step back in time as the Neophonic Jazz Orchestra takes the OAC’s Main Stage for an unforgettable afternoon of Broadway music. Conducted by Stan Kenton alumnus Joel Kaye, Madison’s premiere 24-piece big band, jazz ensemble will perform stunning arrangements from the 1962 Grammy-winning album, Kenton’s West Side Story. Beloved tunes from South Pacific, Damn Yankees, My Fair Lady, and other classic Broadway shows will round out an amazing music tour through the mid-century Great White Way.
In addition to the saxophone, trombone, trumpet, and rhythm sections typical of big band jazz, the NJO also boasts a section of four mellophones, a brass instrument with a timbre similar to a French horn. NJO’s collection of instruments achieves what jazz historians and Kenton enthusiasts call “a wall of sound,” a music style as exhilarating as it is rare in today’s music world.
TICKETS: $36 Regular | $32 Seniors (60+) & College Students
$18 HS Students & Younger & Military Personnel (with ID)
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The Milwaukee native has been performing professionally for more than 25 years, appearing with Skylight Opera Theatre, First Stage Milwaukee, American Folklore Theatre, Door County’s Third Avenue Playhouse, Madison Opera, Waukesha Civic Theatre, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Chicago’s Royal George, and Northern Sky, where Dairy Heirs (the smash-hit musical he wrote) premiered. In addition to his cabaret-style performances, he has been featured in radio and television commercials and jingles for several Fortune 500 companies across the nation.
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