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Watauga Public Library, 7109 Whitley Road

Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Watauga, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Watauga are pleased to welcome Dallas Black Dance for a concert on September 12, 2019 at the Watauga Public Library, 7109 Whitley Road.
Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s a contemporary modern dance company, consists of 12 professional, full-time dancers on 11-month contracts. Dallas Black Dance Theatre will tour a mixed repertory of modern, jazz, ethnic and spiritual works by nationally and internationally recognized choreographers. In order to achieve the highest level of artistic excellence, the company produces high-quality dance programs by using skilled dancers, acquiring and producing excellent choreography, and obtaining the best technical assistance for productions.
Founded in 1976 by Ann Williams, Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s (DBDT) mission is to create and produce contemporary modern dance at its highest level of artistic excellence. DBDT fulfills this mission through performance and educational programs that bridge cultures, reach diverse communities, and encompass ever-expanding national audiences.
Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Watauga present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Aria Amphitheater at The Marq​ Southlake   ( 285 Shady Oaks Dr, Southlake, TX 76092)

Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Southlake, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Southlake are pleased to welcome Southlake Community Band for a concert on September 14, 2019 at the Aria Amphitheater at The Marq Southlake ( 285 Shady Oaks Dr, Southlake, TX 76092).
Southlake Community Band, directed by Mr. David Stone, is a concert band of more than seventy talented adult amateur musicians who enjoy playing music just for fun. The band performs regularly in the North Texas area cities Of Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Colleyville and surrounding communities. Their concert programs range from classic band to Broadway, rousing Sousa marches to familiar children’s music.
Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Southlake present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Roanoke, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke are pleased to welcome Johnny D & the Doo Wopps for a concert on September 19, 2019 at the Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St.

Johnny D (John E. Dosher) has played in a variety of venues throughout Texas since the late 70’s. His career includes piano bars, symphony halls, stadium concerts and everything in between. Johnny grew up in Louisiana and began his professional career on Bourbon Street at the age of fifteen. Before settling in Texas, Johnny traveled extensively with numerous rock, jazz and country groups. The “Johnny D and the Doo Wopps” band began when Rocky Walton, Bill Stetzer and Tim Carman needed a band to perform for their tennis club in the early ‘80’s. A little at a time, the band grew and became more popular as they began playing for other special occasions. Their sets include music from the ‘60’s and ‘70’s,  “soul music,” ‘70’s pop, and a little bit of “doo-wopp.” They are a twelve-member band with a great horn section and tight vocal harmonies.  Wherever they play, it is always fun.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd

Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Hurst, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst are pleased to welcome The Classic Swing Band for a concert on September 26, 2019 at the Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd.

 

For over 10 years The Classic Swing Band in Dallas has offered some of the best in live entertainment for a wide variety of events and programs. If you want to listen to  really great live music: from Michael Buble’ versions of classic American pop, to a variety of soft rock and jazz. Join us September 26th for this concert.

 

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Roanoke, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke are pleased to welcome Escape for a concert on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at the Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St.

ESCAPE is a Dallas-based band performing a musical tribute to the arena rock super group – Journey. Since 2006, ESCAPE has been performing all over the D/FW Metroplex and beyond to packed venues where the crowds love to sing along and dance to the timeless music of Journey, both old and new. The ladies love the ballads, the guys love the rockers, everyone loves to sing along and dance to every song! A staple in the live music scene in Dallas/Fort Worth, ESCAPE has been invited to perform in other Texas cities, including Waco, Houston, and Corpus Christi, and has also been the featured act at the July 4th Liberty By The Lake festival in The Colony, TX. The band received a flattering invitation to perform live as the musical guest on WFAA TV’s Good Morning Texas in November 2007. Additionally, ESCAPE was also the headlining act at the November 7, 2009 American Heroes: A Salute to Veterans celebration in The Colony. The band consists of veteran musicians who bring a dynamic, high-energy presentation to every show. Their goal is to get people off their chairs to sing along and dance to the music. Journey’s music is very much a positive message and ESCAPE show is all about having a fun time for everyone attending.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd

Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Hurst, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst are pleased to welcome Mudblood for a concert on October 10, 2019 at the Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd.

The Mudbloods are a Wizard Rock band, inspired by the Harry Potter book series by J. K Rawling.. The band’s name is a reference to the very durogatory term Mudblood, which is the worst way to talk to a Muggle-born wizard or witch..The Mudbloods are an indie rock band formed in Austin, TX  in 2005. They are known for contributing to the Wizard Rock movement, participating in many of the different related events, including Wrockstock, Leaky Con, Wrock Chicago, and Portus. The Mudbloods have also toured with other wizard rock bands, including The Whomping Willows[1] and has released a record called A War amongst Pop Songs through the Wizard Rock EP of the Month Club founded by Harry and the Potters. . One of the members, Adam Dubberly, has also recorded non-wizard songs under his own name..

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St

Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Roanoke, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke are pleased to welcome Zack King for a concert on October 17, 2019 at the Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St.

Zack King and his band have been performing their unique brand of Texas Rock across the U.S. for over 15 years.  In that time they have played with some of the most illustrious superstars in rock and country music.   They kicked off their career opening for legendary singer/songwriter Leon Russell and have since performed with the likes of Bon Jovi, Alabama, Chris Cagle, Bret Michaels, Randy Travis, Keith Anderson, Kevin Fowler, Stone Temple Pilots, Tesla, Ronnie Milsap and many more.  The NHL’s Dallas Stars have been using Zack King songs for years both at Dallas’ American Airlines Center during home games as well as in advertising and promotion for the team.   Most recently, the band’s single “What Do You Say” is being used by CBS Television in Dallas/Fort Worth to promote current programming.  Their song “Big Plan in the Southland” is the theme song for CBS’ DFW Outdoorsman featuring former Dallas Cowboy Marcus Spears.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

 

Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St

Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

 

Roanoke, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke are pleased to welcome Hazard County for a concert on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at the Austin Street Plaza Corner of Oak & Austin St.

HAZARD COUNTY is a Ft. Worth-based Top 40/Red Dirt country band that has been entertaining crowds in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana since early 2013. Playing a constantly evolving set list of contemporary and classic hits, as well as numerous well-received originals, HAZARD COUNTY has earned the reputation for being one of the top Country/Cover bands in the area. The band is widely known for being a House Band at the World Famous Billy Bob’s Texas venue in Ft. Worth. They have also played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington after a Dallas Cowboys game, at Texas Motor Speedway, and were chosen by the cast & crew of television’s “Pit Bulls & Parolees” to play at the Grand Opening of their bar in New Orleans. When not filling up dancefloors in the DFW area, the band also plays numerous private parties, weddings, charity events and city festivals.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Roanoke present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

 

 

Aria Amphitheater at The Marq​ Southlake   ( 285 Shady Oaks Dr, Southlake, TX 76092) – Monster Mash Event

Sunday, October 27, 2019 at 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Southlake, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Southlake are pleased to welcome Vocal  Trash for a concert on October 27, 2019 at the Aria Amphitheater at The Marq​ Southlake   ( 285 Shady Oaks Dr, Southlake, TX 76092) – Monster Mash.

Described as, “Glee Meets Stomp”, Vocal Trash asks you to recycle your imagination as their urban themed Broadway style show energizes audiences from New York to Seattle and Las Vegas to Beijing. Their show includes world class singing, industrial drumming and award winning break-dancing. Led by producer/creator, Steve Linder and producer/choreographer, Kelsey Rae (Annie), this green minded ensemble tours globally on a relentless pursuit to bring people together. Utilizing the universal language of song and dance, this is Vocal Trash.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Southlake present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd

Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Hurst, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst are pleased to welcome Kalinka for a concert on November 21, 2019 at the Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd.

This delightfully vivacious multilingual duo introduces audiences to the sounds of traditional, classical and contemporary Russian folk music in an exciting, fast-paced program. Vladimir Kaliazine fascinates audiences with the 106-keyed bayan, a Russian accordion, while Sergey Vashchenko, one of the fastest balalaika players in the world, amazes with his rapid-fire dexterity on the guitar-like instrument.  First based in Latvia and Spain, and now in Texas, these international musicians not only speak Russian and English, they are fluen in Spanish as well.

Audiences will recognize works like “The Flight of the Bumblebee” and the “Theme from Dr. Zhivago.”  Audiences love getting up on their feet and participating with this irresistible program.  The performers wear authentic Russian costume and charm their listeners with Russian humor.

A Grammy Award contender in 2003 and 2008, Kalinka has successfully presented educational programs to students and adults in Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Spain, and the US in 5 different languages. The unique didactics of music appreciation and instrument performance have made an extraordinary presentation from this world-class music duet.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.***

Saginaw Recreation Center – 633 West McLeroy Blvd.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Saginaw, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Saginaw are pleased to welcome Concert Bells for a concert on December 10, 2019 at the Recreation Center 633 West McLeroy blvd.

Concert Bells of Fort Worth is an auditioned community handbell ensemble of advanced ringers from North Texas dedicated to musical excellence through artistic handbell performance.  Founded in 1998, the group performs a diverse repertoire, from classical transcriptions to innovative original works, with precision and musical sensitivity. Stephanie Rhoades, conductor and artistic director since 2003, brings over 30 years of handbell experience to the ensemble.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Saginaw present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Watauga Public Library, 7109 Whitley Road

Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Watauga, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Watauga are pleased to welcome North Central Ballet for a concert on December 12, 2019 at the Watauga Public Library, 7109 Whitley Road.

Join us for the North Central Ballet’s interpretation of the Nutcracker. This version of the Nutcracker will capture your imagination and transport you to a magical world. It offers an opportunity to share the magic of the holiday with family and friends.

The North Central Ballet Company founded in 1993 by Leslie M. Jordan III, is a civic, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art of ballet and helping to enrich the environment of our community through education, performance and dance related activities. The primary goals of the company are to provide young dancers the opportunity to develop their talents in a professional atmosphere, and to pass on to them the excitement of a “live stage performance”. North Central Ballet has performed for organizations such as the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce, the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce, and the HEB Chamber of Commerce as well as provided entertainment for ARTSNET Masterworks Series, the Shining Stars Gala and the Colleyville Women’s Club.  Additionally North Central Ballet has performed for the City of North Richland Hills, the City of Watauga, the City of Bedford, the City of Saginaw and the City of Fort Worth.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Watauga present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd

Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Hurst, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst are pleased to welcome Concert Bells of Ft. Worth for a concert on December 14, 2019 at the Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd.

Concert Bells of Fort Worth is an auditioned community handbell ensemble of advanced ringers from North Texas dedicated to musical excellence through artistic handbell performance.  Founded in 1998, the group performs a diverse repertoire, from classical transcriptions to innovative original works, with precision and musical sensitivity. Stephanie Rhoades, conductor and artistic director since 2003, brings over 30 years of handbell experience to the ensemble.

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.

Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd

Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Hurst, Texas – Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst are pleased to welcome Concert Bells of Ft. Worth for a concert on December 19, 2019 at the Hurst Library 901 Precinct Line Rd.

Concert Bells of Fort Worth is an auditioned community handbell ensemble of advanced ringers from North Texas dedicated to musical excellence through artistic handbell performance.  Founded in 1998, the group performs a diverse repertoire, from classical transcriptions to innovative original works, with precision and musical sensitivity. Stephanie Rhoades, conductor and artistic director since 2003, brings over 30 years of handbell experience to the ensemble. She is Minister of Music and the Arts at Northaven United Methodist Church in Dallas and serves on the Handbell Musicians of America’s national board. She holds music degrees from Yale University and Southern Methodist University. In addition to performing holiday and spring concerts, Concert Bells was recently selected to present a featured concert at Pinnacle in Dallas – a national event sponsored by Handbell Musicians of America. In the past, Concert Bells performed the Showcase Concert for the Handbell Musicians of America Area 9 festival in 2010. They were the featured performer at the 2005 and 2013 Fall Seminars presented by the Greater Dallas Handbell Association.  The group has served as the local liaison for the 2005 and 2007 Handbell Musicians of America National Seminars held in Dallas, and was also selected to serve as the choir for the master class in conducting (2005) and for the hymn festival (2007).

Through the MasterWorks Series, Arts Council Northeast and the City of Hurst present free performances on selected evenings throughout the year. The MasterWorks Series is designed to offer a variety of quality family entertainment to the community by utilizing the talent of local, regional, and national artists.