2010-2011 Schedule of Shows

All performances held in the Auditorium, at Kokomo High School - South Campus.

Click on the picture of each act to visit their website, if one is available.


Great American Songbook

Great American Songbook
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 - 7:30 PM

The Great American Songbook is a stunning journey through a century of American music. Each chapter of the songbook is brought to life through show-stopping performances by a dazzling cast of eight performers and a sizzling jazz trio along with creative sets, colorful costumes and clever choreography!

This innovative, potpourri of popular music showcases among many scenes, a 1940’s-style “live radio show”, the entire Wizard of Oz re-created in seven minutes and a salute to Motown’s Temptations and The Supremes. Classics from the Great American Masters like Rodgers and Hammerstein, Harold Arlen and the Gershwins are revamped into dazzling production numbers and spine-tingling tap dance routines. With the newest chapter featuring songs from hit makers like Michael Buble, Ray Charles and Billy Joel, this is a show that cannot be missed!


Jason Coleman

Jason Coleman - The Legacy of Floyd Cramer
Sunday, October 3, 2010 - 2:30 PM

Blessed with talent inherited from his maternal grandfather, legendary keyboardist Floyd Cramer, Jason has played the piano since he was barely able to reach the keys. Over time, Jason’s playing style has progressed and matured into an uncanny reflection of the signature styling of his Granddad. His current concert “Legacy of Floyd Cramer” is entertaining audiences nationwide by giving new life to Floyd’s beloved music.

Jason made his Grand Ole Opry debut in May 2004 at the age of 17, when he was given the honor of playing for the Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion Ceremony recognizing Cramer’s induction into the Hall of Fame. In September 2006, Jason released his sophomore album, Legacy, a collection of the songs for which his grandfather is best remembered.


Eric Himy

Eric Himy
Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 2:30 PM

The New York Times has described pianist Eric Himy's playing "flawlessly poised, elegant and brilliant." His compelling artistry has intrigued audiences around the world, and his technique has been compared recently by the 2007 Revue Musicale de Suisse Romande to that of the legendary pianist, Vladimir Horowitz, calling him "a sensual gourmand of sound." Following an all-Ravel concert, The Washington Post wrote: "Enchanting his audience with an inspiring recital, Mr. Himy matched the sense of sophistication, boldness and unequaled genius inherent in Ravel’s music and left no doubt of his musical prowess."

A Juilliard graduate, Mr. Himy began piano studies at age six, giving his first concert at age 10. He was guest soloist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at age 15, and at 19 he made his National Symphony Orchestra debut under Hugh Wolf, going on to win numerous competitions and awards, including the Gold Medal at the 1988 World Piano Competition in Cincinnati, the Kosciuszko Chopin Prize in New York, and top honors in the 1991 Milosz Magin International Competition in Paris.


John Davidson

John Davidson
Saturday, March 12, 2011 - 7:30 PM

John Davidson will grace the stage with an up close and personal performance of his favorite songs and stories from his prominent career in television, theatre, film, and Broadway. John’s Columbia Records career led to 13 albums and brought John to the major Las Vegas showrooms like Caesar’s Palace, the Las Vegas Hilton, the MGM Grand, and the Desert Inn.

John had his own theatre for 3 years in Branson before returning to Broadway to star in Roger’s and Hammerstein’s new musical, State Fair, and in the off-Broadway production of High Infidelity with Morgan Fairchild. His charm and everlasting good looks will mesmerize and his musical talent will entertain the audience with a variety of musical styles!


Bronn and Katherine Journey

Bronn and Katherine Journey
Thursday, March 31, 2011 - 7:30 PM

From the inspiring natural beauty of their Pacific Northwest home, Bronn and Katherine Journey and their harp bring music that is nothing short of glorious! The harp is often called "the instrument of angels," and Bronn's amazing versatility and skill on this ancient instrument, along with Katherine's radiant voice will transport you to the gates of heaven.

Bronn delivers a widely varied repertoire with wit and humor, while Katherine joins him in glorious song with everything from classics to folk to Broadway. Bronn holds a degree in Harp Performance from the University of Washington in Seattle. Katherine holds an undergraduate degree in Music Education from Dordt College and a Masters degree in Vocal Performance from Arizona State University.


Dallas Brass

Dallas Brass
Friday, May 20, 2011 - 7:30 PM

The Dallas Brass has established a unique blend of traditional brass instruments with a full complement of drums and percussion, which creates a performing entity of extraordinary range and musical challenges. The Dallas Brass repertoire includes classical masterpieces, Dixieland, swing, Broadway, Hollywood and patriotic music.

The Dallas Brass has performed at Carnegie Hall, the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, and has toured overseas to Europe and the Far East. They have shared the stage with the late Bob Hope, have performed for Presidents Ford and Bush, have appeared on the CBS “Early Show,” and their music has been used numerous times on the television show, “The Young & The Restless.” They also have a strong dedication to working with young musicians, frequently going into schools to present clinics and workshops for students of all ages.