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* SEASON OPENING: Rob Boone QuarSEASON OPENING: Rob Boone Quar

Time: 7:00 pm

Featuring Harpist Christine Vivona October 1, 2020 at 7:00 PM Admission is free (tickets required) Join the Rob Boone Quartet as they play favorites such as play Sweet Georgia Brown, Autumn Leaves, Besame Mucho and Ain’t Misbehavin’. This concert will celebrate the opening of CPAC’s summer photography exhibit: Arizona’s Spectacular Wildlife by Rob Boone Photography. Rob is not only a talented photographer, he has also been a professional musician since the age of 16. Rob has been active in the Tucson area in a wide variety of musical situations as trombonist, pianist, producer, composer, arranger, conductor, and copyist. Rob has worked with the Moody Blues, Ray Charles, Sammy Davis Jr., Rich Little, Bernadette Peters, Pat Boone, Tommy Newsome, Ice Capades and the Ringling Bros. Circus. Show credits include Wicked, Lion King, Chicago, A Chorus Line, The Producers, Full Monty, Will Rodgers Follies, Radio City Music Hall, and Crazy For You. Rob has served on the Board of Directors of the Tucson Jazz Society and was jazz editor for the International Trombone Association's quarterly ITA Journal from 1990-2000. After completing his music degree from the University of Arizona in 1981, Rob became a freelance player in Los Angeles. In 1983, Rob began working on cruise ships including contracts on Royal Viking, American Hawaii and Carnival Cruise Lines. He worked on the ships as trombonist/arranger and Music Director (Royal Viking Grand World Cruise, 1985). Rob remains active performing on both trombone and piano. Rob currently performs in Big Band Express, The Twilight Band, Tucson Jazz Orchestra, Original Wildcat Jass Band, Tucson Latin Jazz Orchestra, Robert Shaw Band, solo pianist and leader of his own jazz quartet. As a musical copyist, Rob has done musical preparation work for Linda Ronstadt, Buddy Defranco, Billie Taylor, Jeff Haskell, Tom Ervin, Carrol Rinehart and John Denman. Recent writing projects have included movie soundtracks for Cruzando, Gun Hill Road, Cold April, Last Night At Angelos, Dead West, several pieces for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, and original soundtracks for plays at the Invisible Theatre Leaving Iowa (2009), Door To Door (2006) and Dead Certain (2005). Rob is currently on the faculty at Pima Community College where he teaches trombone and jazz piano.

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* FEVER: THE MUSIC OF PEGGY LEEFEVER: THE MUSIC OF PEGGY LEE

Time: 7:00 pm

FEVER: THE MUSIC OF PEGGY LEE Featuring Pete Swan Big Band and Liz Cracchiolo Tickets: $20 in advance - $25 at door Pete Swan Big Band (formerly Big Band Express) and Liz Cracchiolo join forces to honor the epic career of Peggy Lee. You will hear renditions of Black Coffee, Lover, Mister Wonderful, and of course, Fever.

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* change: Mike Finkelstein & Frichange: Mike Finkelstein & Fri

Time: 4:30 pm

Mike Finkelstein & Friends in place of GREEN VALLEY CONCERT BAND Thursday, October 22nd at 4:30 PM Admission is free (tickets required) The Green Valley Concert Band will begin its 2020-2021 Season with a free concert on the CPAC patio. This concert is presented as a thank you to the White Elephant Inc and all those that volunteer and support it. The Green Valley Concert Band receives grants each year from the White Elephant and these grants have helped purchase equipment and music, support the band’s mission to music education for the youth of our area, and provide high quality, enjoyable music to our area’s residents. This concert will feature a “Musical Adventure: Movies and Broadway” and include selections from “Oklahoma,” “The Music Man,” “Lord Of The Rings, “The Lion King” and other favorites.

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* Charles Thomas Art WorkshopCharles Thomas Art Workshop

Time: 9:30 am

PLEIN AIR IMPRESSIONISM Instructor: Charles Thomas charlesthomasfineart.com/. Dates: October 24 and 25, 2020 Time: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM (bring a sack lunch). Location: Patagonia (Directions provided before the workshop) Fee: $285, Early Bird Special $260 if paid in full by September 26, 2020 In this two-day class we will cover the essentials of what goes into a successful outdoor location painting and how to arrive at a composition that gets to the essence of the scene rather than recording it verbatim. Students will be taught mapping values; choosing colors; paint handling; edges; depth; and atmosphere. Most importantly they will learn how to put it all together into a coherent design that says what they want to say without getting lost in details.

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* Charles Thomas Art WorkshopCharles Thomas Art Workshop

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PLEIN AIR IMPRESSIONISM Instructor: Charles Thomas charlesthomasfineart.com/. Dates: October 24 and 25, 2020 Time: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM (bring a sack lunch). Location: Patagonia (Directions provided before the workshop) Fee: $285, Early Bird Special $260 if paid in full by September 26, 2020 In this two-day class we will cover the essentials of what goes into a successful outdoor location painting and how to arrive at a composition that gets to the essence of the scene rather than recording it verbatim. Students will be taught mapping values; choosing colors; paint handling; edges; depth; and atmosphere. Most importantly they will learn how to put it all together into a coherent design that says what they want to say without getting lost in details.

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* LOVE LETTERSLOVE LETTERS

Time: 4:00 pm

A Play by A.R. Gurney (The Santa Cruz Shoestring Players) Admission is free (tickets required) *90 minutes with no intermission Oct. 30-31 at 4pm Nov. 6-7 at 4pm Dec. 5-6 at 4pm Jan. 9-10 at 4pm Feb. 14 at 4pm and 7pm Mar. 12-13 at 4pm Love Letters by A.R. Gurney was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The play centers on two characters, Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner. During the course of the play, Andrew and Melissa read the notes, letters and cards they have written to each other over the course of 50 years. The letters provide a heartfelt account of their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, and victories and defeats that have passed between them throughout their two very different lives. This production is directed by Regina Ford and is donated to the community by the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players as a gift to the community. Capacity is limited to 50 people per performance and is general admission. Freewill offering will be collected to help support the operation of the Community Performance and Art Center. This production is 90 minutes without intermission and will be presented on the CPAC patio, weather permitting, and in CPAC theater during inclement weather.

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* LOVE LETTERSLOVE LETTERS

Time: 4:00 pm

A Play by A.R. Gurney (The Santa Cruz Shoestring Players) Admission is free (tickets required) *90 minutes with no intermission Oct. 30-31 at 4pm Nov. 6-7 at 4pm Dec. 5-6 at 4pm Jan. 9-10 at 4pm Feb. 14 at 4pm and 7pm Mar. 12-13 at 4pm Love Letters by A.R. Gurney was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The play centers on two characters, Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner. During the course of the play, Andrew and Melissa read the notes, letters and cards they have written to each other over the course of 50 years. The letters provide a heartfelt account of their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, and victories and defeats that have passed between them throughout their two very different lives. This production is directed by Regina Ford and is donated to the community by the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players as a gift to the community. Capacity is limited to 50 people per performance and is general admission. Freewill offering will be collected to help support the operation of the Community Performance and Art Center. This production is 90 minutes without intermission and will be presented on the CPAC patio, weather permitting, and in CPAC theater during inclement weather.

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