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You are cordially invited to join us for what is certain to be the wedding of the year! Direct from Broadway and in its Florida premiere, "It Shoulda Been You" comes to The Henegar with a mad-cap wedding celebration we know you won’t want to miss! After all, who doesn’t love a wedding? Especially one that includes a beautiful blushing bride, her uninvited and unrequited boyfriend, a groom with a secret, a sister with her own hidden agenda, and a pair of mothers from hell.

Engelbert Humperdinck's unique voice has charmed millions of fans around the globe. However, it’s not just the voice, but the man himself, with his endearing sense of humor and self-deprecating jokes. He has recorded everything from the most romantic ballads to movie theme songs, disco, rock, and even gospel. In a career spanning almost 50 years, Engelbert has generated sales in excess of 140 million records, including 64 gold albums and 35 platinum, four Grammy nominations, a Golden Globe, and stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Las Vegas Walk of Fame, and Leicester Walk of Fame.

Surfing Through the Ages, a surf film by Diana Wehrell-Grabowski PhD captures on film and in audio narratives the desire individuals have to share the passion of surfing with those dear to their heart, and beyond. Video footage of youngsters to seasoned surfers, couples and families. Filmed throughout Florida, Australia and California.

"Easy to Love," Songs of Broadway Romance

Jan 4, 2017

In 1934 Cole Porter penned one of the loveliest ballads in the American Songbook, "Easy To Love."  Porter's style brought a new level of sophistication and elegance to romance, like gliding across a glittering dance floor. When you hear an orchestra playing it in strict tempo you appreciate how effortlessly the tune flows, a rolling melody and tasteful harmony.

Jacques Offenbach
BBC

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.

Paris in the last half of the 19th and first half of the 20th centuries went through three major wars, economic and government collapses, and the social upheaval of the Commune. As is often the case in difficult times, the arts thrived.

This week we look at some of the music of this tumultuous time through the works of ten Paris-scene composers from the musical comedy of Offenbach to the grandeur of Vierne -- with some impressionism, retrospection, and eccentricity in-between.

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