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Music » Upcoming Shows


Puccini's La Boheme, Semi-Toned & Steve Miller Band



Book these shows now so you don't miss out.

Puccini's La Boheme

March 10-11

Whether you're a seasoned opera buff or not, La Boheme is one of the oldest and most quintessential works in the genre. And you're in luck, because it comes to Redmond this March! Brought to you through a collaboration from OperaBend, Cascade Chorale and COCC, a team of classically trainer singers will hit the stage to share this beautiful story of young bohemian artists and lovers, set in the back alley streets of the Latin Quarter in 19th century Paris. Expect to witness the joys and sorrows of love and loss in this spectacular piece conducted by Central Oregon Symphony's Michael Gesme. The cast includes singers all the way from New York City and Los Angeles and is sure to be a mesmerizing treat. Book your tickets now for the limited two-night run. // 3pm & 7pm. Ridgeview High School, Redmond. $15-35 April 9


April 9

With a name like semi toned, you can tell this group doesn't take itself too seriously. This British singing sensation is a charmingly offbeat all-male a cappella group sure to delight audiences, whether it be by their voices, British accents or maroon tuxedos. The 12 disarmingly handsome singers (eye candy anyone?) take audiences on a musical journey from the '70s to the pop hits of today, breaking moves such as the Lindy Hop, the Macarena and beyond. Phew, it's all a little much, but it's that kind of over-the-top greatness you can't help but love. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, Bend. $25-45

Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton

August 4

Escape into the powerful nostalgia that is old school rock n' roll when two greats hit the stage. This summer, The Steve Miller Band welcomes rock legend Peter Frampton to their lineup, and with a show this big, you'd better get your tickets extra early. Having first met in the '60s in London, both guitarists have played together from intimate venues to football stadiums. "He always sets the musical bar high, his band always knocks me out, and I'm thrilled we are going to spend the summer together doing a great run of concerts," said Miller. "This is the kind of quality and talent we both strive to present and I'm looking forward to a summer of great music, exceptional performances and fun. Peter is a remarkable musician.." says the guy that IS Steve Miller. Come see both of these legends knock it out of the park. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am. // 6pm. Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend. $65-375.

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