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Wednesday, June 5, 8:00 p.m., Fisher Auditorium

With the wide variety of acts, there is something for nearly every venue and every audience during this year’s conference showcases. The schedule is subject to change, and events are not in the order of performance. Artists are listed in the order they are currently scheduled to perform. The schedule, however, is subject to change.

All showcases are open to the general public and are free.

Anne Moses Band Annie Moses Band

Wednesday, June 5, 8:00–10:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium, Performing Arts Center

The Annie Moses Band is a Juilliard-trained family of award winning performers and songwriters. The band weaves a fusion of bluegrass, jazz, and classical styles into familiar and original songs.

Billy Jonas Billy Jonas Band

Wednesday, June 5, 8:00–10:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium, Performing Arts Center

It’s a musical conversation, a sonic celebration, a splendiferous gathering of old and young, because at a Billy Jonas show, the ensemble is everyone!

 

Bobby Borgia Bobby Borgia

Wednesday, June 5, 8:00–10:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium, Performing Arts Center

Through the use of state-of-the-art video technology, Intimate Phenomenon transforms close-up magic into an interactive grand scale show that happens to you!

 

Cordis Cordis

Wednesday June 5, 8:00–10:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium, Performing Arts Center

Cordis has been redefining contemporary chamber music by fusing an original combination of custom-made and traditional ethnic instruments to create their signature sound. Time Out New York said, “(Cordis) makes a strong case for both sides of its musical personality—expanding the boundaries of chamber music.”

Samite Samite

Wednesday June 5, 8:00–10:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium, Performing Arts Center

The world-renowned musician Samite was born and raised in Uganda, where his grandfather taught him to play the traditional flute. He performed frequently to enthusiastic audiences throughout Uganda until 1982, when he was forced to flee to Kenya as a political refugee, eventually arriving in Ithaca, N.Y. Today his smooth vocals accompanied by the kalimba, marimba, litungu, and various flutes mesmerize audiences throughout the world.

Trout Fishing in America Trout Fishing in America

Wednesday June 5, 8:00–10:30 p.m., Fisher Auditorium, Performing Arts Center

An eclectic folk/rock band best known for family music and kids’ songs. Winners of several Parents Choice awards and four-time Grammy nominees, the duo has been hailed as “the Lennon and McCartney of kids’ music” by National Public Radio.