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Phil Wiggins
Benjamin Hunter
Jake Blount
Katina Stone-Butler
Briar feat. Joe Seamons
Hannah Mayree

Brandi Pace
Justin Golden
Seemore Love
Junious Brickhouse
Brian Farrow
Piedmont Bluz
Demeanor

MARCELO BERESTOVOY & MIGUEL ANTONIO in Concert

Saturday, March 28

8:00 pm
$15.00

POSTPONED 

Enjoy an evening of music with these two masters of Latin American, Classical,
& Flamenco guitar in the intimate setting that is Arts Fifth Avenue. 


ABOUT MARCELO

Marcelo Berestovoy is an independent artist, musician, and music educator with a rich musical history that includes a long list of recording credits, international touring and writing with some of the biggest names in Latin music and Hollywood films.

​Born and raised in Argentina, Marcelo was exposed to different styles of music from an early age and started with the guitar at age 11, becoming a full time music student by the age of 15 in Buenos Aires where he started performing and teaching before moving to Los Angeles to further his music studies.

Marcelo was a teacher at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA for 11 years, has published numerous articles (in English and Spanish) in some of the major music publications and is
currently living in Dallas Texas where he performs regularly leading his band.

His masterful recordings Azulejos and Música Clásica are available on CDBaby, and he is available for live shows (including house concerts), recording sessions and guitar lessons in person and online.


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ABOUT MIGUEL 
Born in 1960 in the United States, Miguel Antonio began his musical training on piano at the age of four. By age eight Miguel was learning classical guitar and by age fifteen began performing professionally.

As a performer and educator, Miguel combines Flamenco, Classical and Latin American folk music in his concerts. Some performances have included; The International Guitar Festival in Cordoba, Spain, Festival Internacional de Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico, The operas El Amor Brujo and La Vida Breve and Broadway play "Man of La Mancha". He also conducts master classes for universities and guitar societies worldwide.

Miguel is also a Luthier, restoring and repairing guitars of every type as well as exotic stringed instruments from around the world.


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​POSTPONED

"A Very Good Friday"

with Singer/Songwriter/Instrumentalist Brandi Pace
Friday, April 10
​8:00 pm
$15.00


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FORT WORTH AFRICAN AMERICAN ROOTS MUSIC FESTIVAL

Saturday, October 10

12:00PM-10:00PM

Tickets on Sale Now! 


EARLY BIRD PRICING begins March 9 & ends June 15

All Day Pass $30

Final Concert & Dance (6:45-10pm) $20

Children/Student (w/student ID) $10


REGULAR PRICING begins June 16th

All Day Pass $45

Final Concert & Dance (6:45-10PM) $30

Children/Student (w/student ID) $15



The Fort Worth African American Roots Music Festival was created to deepend the history and broaden the local arts scene by sowing the seeds of a new music community, and placing Fort Worth in the vanguard bringing awareness to an often forgotten piece of America's musical history.  Come join us for a day of performances, jams and dancing with award-winning artists from around the country representing the African American past, present, and future of old time, jug band, early blues, jazz, and beyond.

For more information check https://fwaamusicfest.com/ .

POSTPONED

CRIMESCENE Company presents

THEY DIED WITH THEIR HEELS ON
Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
By Steve Garrett and Seth Johnston


Saturday, April 18 at 7:00 pm
$30 per person, $50 for 2
Includes Dinner, Dessert, Drinks & Show

Before the west was tamed, there was a reckless area known as The Oklahoma Territory!  Men were rugged, rough and restive.  Women were pliant, pretty and kept their place.  EXCEPT IN BOOTHEEL!  In Bootheel, Oklahoma, folks took the law into their own hands.  Why, it was the “law of the gun” that ruled and nobody ruled the west meaner than Mavis Valor.  Everybody hung out a Mavis’ Hotel and Saloon.  If you didn’t like the way Mavis ran things, well there was a shallow grave out back with your name on it!

CRIMESCENE Company is generously donating all proceeds to Arts Fifth Avenue!

About Brandi
Brandi Pace is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, educator and activist based in Fort Worth, TX. Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Brandi attended Howard University in Washington, DC, where she received a Bachelor and Master of Music in Jazz Studies. At Howard she was a member of the critically-acclaimed vocal ensemble Afro Blue and shared the stage with Geri Allen, Carmen Lundy, Andy Bey, Jimmy Cobb, Nnenna Freelon, and Bobby McFerrin. After college, she relocated to Fort Worth, TX, where she began teaching music in the Fort Worth Independent School District. She is an artist-in-residence at Arts Fifth Avenue, where she teaches and performs. Brandi performs with several local groups in many styles: jazz, bossa, pop, old-time, and neo-soul. As half of the duo Pace & Barber, she has performed at the Austin String Band Festival and the Austin Friends of Traditional Music Mid-Winter Festival.


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31st Annual Celebration of
NATIONAL TAP  DANCE DAY
Monday, May 25

​Free for everyone! 

Arts Fifth Avenue has decided, for the safety of our students, artist, audience members and staff to postpone all events and classes until the 
Corona Virus outbreak is under control. 

We will resume and extend all classes as soon as we can. 
​If you have any questions please call 

817-923-9500

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