CFCArts Men’s Ensemble and CFCArts Big Band
Join us for an exciting, double-header event featuring our Men’s Ensemble and Big Band!
CFCArts is heading to The Doctor Phillips Center for the Performing Arts!
The event begins with the CFCArts Men’s Ensemble! They are back and ready to bring you The Boys are Back, a performance of chart-topping hits by the greatest boy bands of all time! Join in the craze, as we take you through the evolution of music groups that brought us some of the most beloved and timeless popular songs of our generation. From the early music of the 60’s and 70’s, that gave us The Beach Boys, The Temptations, The Four Seasons, The Monkees, The Beatles, and The Jackson 5… to the music of the 80’s, 90’s, 2000’s, and today with Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, One Direction, and The Jonas Brothers… this concert will be sure to have everyone out of their seats, dancing, singing along, and having a blast!
After intermission, the CFCArts Big Band will take the stage for Come Fly with Me and sweep you off on a dashing adventure to see the world, and see it in style! Featuring great jazz standards and familiar hits, join us for a tour around the most fashionable destinations with some of the most exciting music. This concert is sure to be a toe-tapping throwback to the golden age of travel with selections like “Fly Me to the Moon,” “A Foggy Day in London Town,” “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” and of course, “Come Fly With Me.”
Note: Tickets automatically include both The Boys are Back and Come Fly with Me. This is a combined event – it is not possible to purchase tickets to only one half (e.g. just the Men’s Ensemble or just the Big Band).
Effective Sunday, March 13: Masks will be optional for all members and patrons at CFCArts rehearsals and events. In the case where a partner venue has a more stringent policy regarding masks, CFCArts will defer to the policy of the partner venue and will clearly communicate this to impacted members and patrons. We will continue to monitor local transmission levels and seek the input and advice of local, state, and national agencies and will adjust the policy, potentially reinstating a mask requirement, if it becomes apparent that it is necessary for the safety of our members and patrons.