The January Events will be on
The following Dates:  8, 15 and the 22nd
The first two are sponsored by
The Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency.

In light of our small space, we will live stream the performances and They will be free to view.  We are striving to post to FB, 
Live@BSharps.  In addition, We will upload the finished concerts in case you miss the origin performance.

 

Saturday January 8th, FSU Faculty Head Line our Live Stream Efforts @ 7pm

Most of you are not strangers to our FSU faculty Performances. We are proud to say they are coming in to kick off the semester's performances and helping us bring the Live Stream experience to B Sharps Patrons. We are excited to hear them because its been too long.

I'm sure your wondering if it will be the same. Well, not it's not exactly the same, but it's pretty close to being in the room. Afterall, this is our time to celebrate the 100th year of our building's cornerstone laying in 1921. It is our duty to make sure as many as possible know about the work of the Womans Working Band House. There will be a copy of our Centennial Brochure on the web site; try and read it as it explains why "woman" is singular. It is not a mistake or an accident..

We also hope to be able to post the live stream on our web site. We'll see. I'm 85 % confident that we can get this done. Whew!!

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JANUARY 15 @ 7pm
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THE

NYGEL ANDERSON QUARTET

With Kaleb Thompkins, Bass

Edwin Mompremier, Piano and Jonathan Gray, Saxophone

Let ' Em Play

The young Bloods take the stage. You won't be disappointed. The Talent in this city is one of THE most amazing attributes the city offers. The least we can do is offer a nurturing environment and an appreciative reception.

SO join us on the 15th for the second Live Stream Event. This time the Students take the stage. Be prepared to be amazed.

 

January 22nd Special Guest LUIS HERNANDEZ with David Detweiler, Bill Peterson , Jose Serrano and Leon Anderson 7pm

A native of Miami Florida, virtuoso saxophonist Luis Hernandez began his musical career at the age of 14. He studied the prestigious music program at the University of North Texas where he played in the internationally acclaimed “One O’clock Lab Band for three and a half years.
In 1996, Luis joined the U.S. Navy Band “Commodores” (no, not with Lionel Ritchie!) as tenor saxophonist and featured soloist. Luis has performed and/or recorded with Arturo Sandoval, Gerry Mulligan, Freddie Hubbard, Michael Brecker, Terri Gibbs, Vanessa Ruben, Eddie Daniels, James Moody, Afro Bop Alliance, Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, Arturo O’Farrill, Chuchito Valdez, James Taylor, Baby Face, Poncho Sanchez, Mary Wilson, Luis Perdomo, Paquito D’Rivera, the Philadelphia Orchestra and many others.
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This is a ticketed event whether in person or live stream Check the website for the tickets.

 

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