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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Orlando's Timucua Arts Foundation announces venue upgrades, new slate of limited capacity shows and livestreams

Posted By on Wed, Jan 20, 2021 at 5:30 PM

click image It will be a while before Timucua is this crowded again - PHOTO COURTESY TIMUCUA/FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Timucua/Facebook
  • It will be a while before Timucua is this crowded again
There's a lot of work going on behind the scenes at the Timucua Arts Foundation to make for even better live music experiences … just in time for a handful of reduced capacity shows set for the coming months.

Using CARES Act money, the Timucua house now has Reme Halo-LED air purifiers which, according to a press release, "have been shown to eliminate more than 99% of viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces."



Not only that, but Timucua leading light Benoit Glazer is currently hard at work finishing installation of an Acoustic Control System, which will be a massive upgrade to the live sound in the house's music room.
click to enlarge PHOTO COURTESY BENOIT GLAZER/FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Benoit Glazer/Facebook
And this is all in the nick of time for a schedule of socially distanced, 25 percent audience capacity shows — with livestream options also available — between now and April:

Jan. 28: Jon Roniger and the Good for Nothin' Band
Feb. 12: Ben Rosenblum Trio
Feb. 19: Philippe Lemm Trio
March 5: CuBop!
March 12: Emmet Cohen Trio
April 9: Russ Spiegel Organ Group
April 20: Dave Meder
April 24: Svetlana

More information on building upgrades and event ticketing can be found at Timucua Arts Foundation's website.



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