UPCOMING MUSIC

Tallahassee Senior Center’s popular Lunchtime Coffeehouse Concerts showcase a variety of accomplished musicians in a warm and friendly atmosphere.  Whether you’re a fan of folk, blues, or something in between, our concerts will provide the perfect lunchtime escape.

Whether you bring your own lunch or pre-order a catered meal, take the time to unwind in the middle of the day and enjoy some great music. We bring you a mid-day break that’s both relaxing and entertaining.

For concert questions, please contact Ruth Nickens: email Ruth.Nickens@talgov.com phone 850-891-4042

Nick Andrew Staver
Mon., June 17  11:00 am – 12 noon

TSC Coffeehouse Concerts presents roots and blues artist, Nick Andrew Staver. Nick has emerged as a captivating artist from the blue collar valleys of southern Pennsylvania. Nick’s live performances  expose parallels between his personal journey and the American experience, with each song spotlighting the challenges that come with small town rural life. He has released several albums, and the newest “Rust Don’t Shine” is truly a  stunner.

$10 requested donation for concert. Enjoy Lucky Goat coffee. Feel free to bring your lunch.

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“Chansons de Normandie” Capital City Band of TCC and TCC Director of Bands, Lisa M. Foltz
Mon., June 17  at 7:15 PM in the Tallahassee Senior Center Auditorium
An evening of concert band music – including a Patriotic Sing-Along!
$5 suggested donation at the door; free for children under age 12.
For added fun, join us in wearing blue and gold, Tallahassee Community College’s colors.

Avis Berry with Bill Peterson
Mon., July 22, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

The dazzling Avis Berry, Tallahassee’s jazz vocal powerhouse, at TSC CoffeeHouse Concerts! Avis has played with a multitude of other artists and bands, and has recorded and travelled the world with her music, including a debut this year with the Count Basie Orchestra! The spontaneous nature of jazz is what lights her up, and here is your chance to  bask in her light.  She will be accompanied by esteemed pianist Bill Peterson, Professor of Music in Jazz Studies and Music Theory Composition at FSU.

$10 requested donation for concert. Enjoy Lucky Goat coffee. Feel free to bring your lunch.

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Passerine
Fri., October 11, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

You will love Passerine’s unique and ever-evolving version of Americana music, which occupies a zone somewhere between modern folk, progressive bluegrass, and what is loosely called “Americana.”  Founded by Singer/songwriter Carmela Pedicini (“Radio-Free Carmela and the Transmitters”) and David Brain (Dobro), they recruited violinist Sara Stovall — who has stretched her wings as a vocalist and a songwriter in her own right.– and Doug Conroy (bass, vocals)  – who earned his Passerine wings on their 6,000 mile “Northern Loon” tour.
Passerine has been featured on stages and festivals statewide, nationally, and internationally.

$10 requested donation for concert. Enjoy Lucky Goat coffee. Feel free to bring your lunch.

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