CFCArts Presents “Calling London: Two Sides of the Best of British Music”
Date(s) - 20 Jun 2014
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Northland, A Church Distributed
Non profit arts organization Central Florida Community Arts (CFCArts) is proud to present Calling London: Two Sides of the Best of British Music, a concert presented by their CFCArts Community Orchestra.
More than 100 orchestra and rock musicians will come together to present a diverse, nostalgic, and powerful concert featuring some of the best music ever to come out of England. Focused on both the symphonic and folk songs of the early 1900s and the rich history of rock and roll from the late 20th century, you won’t want to miss this concert that will feature everything from Jupiter from The Planets (Gustav Holst) and Pomp and Circumstance (Edward Elgar), to some of the greatest hits of The Who, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Coldplay and The Beatles.
Calling London: Two Sides of the Best of British Music will take place on Friday, June 20 at 8:00 p.m. at Northland Church, a beautiful, state-of-the-art 3,100-seat venue located at 530 Dog Track Road, in Longwood. Tickets are $10 each and children age 3 and under will be admitted for free. Tickets are on sale now at CFCArts.
Joshua Vickery, founder and Executive Director of Central Florida Community Arts, created the organization to create opportunity for artists of all ages to come together and perform. Ticket prices to CFCArts’ shows are intentionally kept low to help make the arts accessible and affordable.Proceeds of all tickets purchased for this show will go to the Central Florida Community Arts organization, which also include a community choir, a gospel choir, a community orchestra, a children and youth arts program and the CFCArts School of Performing Arts.
Central Florida Community Arts (CFCArts) is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) entity whose mission is to create a cultural platform where every person of every age can join an artistic family and connect, serve and perform to advance the arts in Central Florida. Besides producing seasonal concerts, the heartbeat of CFCArts is to give back to the community by partnering with local non-profits and performing, for free, at their fundraisers or for the clients they serve. Immediate future plans include the continuing Summer 2014 seasons of the organization’s Community Choir, Classical Choir, musical theatre and band camps camps for their Children & Youth programs, and extended classes in their School of Performing Arts.