Joe Satriani, Canton Ballet, Tawnya Reynolds, art exhibition
On Sunday, virtuoso guitarist Joe Satriani at the Canton Palace
Guitar ace Joe Satriani will perform Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Canton Palace Theater.
The Canton stop is part of the musician’s “Earth Tour”. Earlier this year, Satriani released his 19th album, “The Elephants of Mars”.
“I want to show people that the instrumental guitar album can hold a lot more complexity of creative elements than what I think people are using right now,” he said in a Live press release. Nation.
Satriani kicked off the US leg of his world tour last month.
Doors open one hour before the show. Tickets, $42.50, $57.50 and $75, plus service charge, can be purchased at https://cantonpalacetheatre.org/ and by calling the box office at 330-454-8172. Box office hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at the Palace Theater, 605 Market Ave. NOT.
Tickets are also available through https://www.ticketmaster.com/, including a pre-show VIP Q&A for an additional $160. Places are limited and the price includes a signed poster; Satriani will also sign one of the participant’s personal items.
For Q&A ticket buyers, COVID-19 safety guidelines will apply. All attendees at and during the Q&A must wear a face mask. Non-Q&A ticket holders need not wear a mask if they choose not to, the Palace Theater said.
For more information on the venue’s COVID policies, visit https://cantonpalacetheatre.org/covid-19-policies/.
Canton Ballet performing at the Palace Theater on Saturday
The Canton Ballet will perform “Celebrate Dance!” Saturday night at the Canton Palace Theatre.
The 7:30 p.m. show features new works, from classical to contemporary, commissioned specifically for the individual talents of the ballet’s dance artists, the Palace Theater said.
“The show features choreographed works by today’s most talented dancers and highlights the wide range of styles that the Canton Ballet lineup offers,” a show announcement said.
The duration of the show is 90 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.cantonballet.com/. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door beginning at 7 p.m.
The Palace Theater does not directly sell tickets for the ballet performance.
First ladies honored in song at Canton Church on Friday
The National Library of First Ladies will perform “East Wing Songs” at 7 p.m. Friday at Christ Presbyterian Church in Canton.
The First Ladies Library, in conjunction with the church, will release a new set of musical compositions inspired by the first ladies of the United States.
“Researching and getting to know these first ladies has been a joy,” said performer Ann Marie Daehn, mezzo soprano, theater director and associate professor at Missouri State, in a First Ladies Library press release. . “Knowing them beyond their husbands and politics was and is important to me.”
“Music, and song in particular, is the perfect way to bring them to life for all of us,” she said.
The pieces will be performed by Daehn and his longtime collaborator, Dr. Elizabeth Avery.
The songs featured were composed by Leanna Kirchoff, who selected women who span time, age, political party and approach to their role in the White House, according to the press release. Volume I will include songs for Martha Dandridge Washington, Margaret Smith Taylor, Frances Folsom Cleveland, Ida Saxton McKinley and Rosalynn Smith Carter.
The new pieces are expected to travel the country with stops at other historic sites. Christ Presbyterian Church, 530 Tuscarawas St. W, has on-site parking.
Laura Donnelly is Featured Artist at Minerva Gallery
Laura Donnelly is this month’s featured artist at the Market Street Art Spot in Minerva.
The award-winning artist will have a reception from 5-9 p.m. Friday at the Art Gallery, 219 N Market St. Live music will be provided by Matt Morgan.
Most of Donnelly’s current works, made from stoneware and porcelain clays, are designed to be functional or non-functional to satisfy both sides of his artistic motivation, the Market Street Art Spot said in a statement. hurry.
Donnelly, a retired local art teacher, currently works in a private studio and is a founding artist-in-residence at Market Street Art Spot in Minerva. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Kent State University and a Master of Arts in Education from Walsh University.
Gallery hours are 1-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1-9 p.m. the second Friday of the month.
Punk rockers Agent Orange performing at the Auricle in Canton
The longtime and energetic band from Southern California is known for combining a surf guitar sound with the frenzy of punk rock.
“Agent Orange invented the formula that would define the Orange County punk sound,” Atomic Music Group says of the band.
Recognized for being highly influential in the West Coast punk rock scene, the band maintained a strong connection to the “action sports world”, which resulted in their music being featured in films, games surf and skate videos and movies, says Atomic Music Group on its website.
The Auricle is at 201 Cleveland Ave. NW. Doors open one hour before the 8 p.m. show.
Tawnya Reynolds of ‘The Voice’ in downtown Massillon
Nashville country music artist Tawnyna Reynolds will perform at Downtownhecks Faucet Room 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.
Downtownhecks is located at 43 Lincoln Way E in downtown Massillon. Also featuring Wednesday night are Stark County singer-songwriters Dan Monea and Charlie Oliver. Monéa is part of Hi Monaa popular pop rock group with American and mainstream influences.
Downtownhecks describes Wednesday’s show as being in “an intimate setting” with “an exchange (and) back and forth (conversation) and artist collaboration.”
In 2013, Reynolds was invited to audition for NBC’s reality TV singing show “The voice“, and was added to the Shakira team before advancing to the top 32.
Highlights of the show included her rendition of “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys” and “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac.
Reynolds performs at venues in Nashville and elsewhere and has toured the country.
Blending classic and contemporary country, his last album was the 2019 release, “Watering Dead Flowers.” She also appeared on “King of The Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller” in the duet “I’d Come Back To Me” with Radney Foster.
Contact Ed at 330-580-8315 and [email protected]. On Twitter: @ebalintREP.