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UCF Celebrates the Arts' Musical Performances to Feature Variety of Tastes

The music performances at the second UCF Celebrates the Arts will take you on a journey across the globe. The variety is sure to appeal to many, including those who might not normally attend a classical concert.

The April 8-16 festival at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will feature UCF’s three choruses, the UCF Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band, UCF Percussion, UCF Orchestra and Choir, and the Flying Horse Big Band, among others, performing everything from swing, gospel, raga, folk-song, to country and feature-film soundtracks.

The music presentations are some of the many events that will be presented at UCF Celebrates the Arts, which is all free and open to the public. The festival will showcase theatre, dance, orchestra, choirs, big band, chamber music, cabaret, concert bands, opera, visual arts, studio art, gaming, animation, photography and film.

For a schedule of events, head to the UCF Celebrates the Arts website.

You can read more about the musical performances on UCFToday.