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Monster Piano Con­cert: Michi­gan

State Univer­sity Fac­ulty ( March 9, 4pm), Michi­gan State Univer­sity piano fac­ulty mem­bers take per­for­mance to an­other level as we hear the sound of massed pianos. Panayis Lyras, Deb­o­rah Moriarty, Derek Polischuk and Min­soo Sohn per­form­ing. Moor­ings Pres­by­te­rian Church, Naples. 239- 4349145, moor­ings- presby. org The Naples Jazz Orches­tra Plays a Trib­ute to Woody Her­man ( March 10, 7pm), Mu­si­cal di­rec­tor Mike Brig­nola, Cam­bier Park Bandshell, Naples. 239207- 8299, thenjo. com Car­men Brad­ford sings “Ella Fitzger­ald” ( March 23, 4pm), Car­men Brad­ford sings with The Naples Jazz Orches­tra in a free con­cert at the Boca Grande Com­mu­nity Cen­ter, Boca Grande. 239- 207- 8299, thenjo. com Car­men Brad­ford sings “Ella Fitzger­ald” ( March 24, 7pm), Car­men Brad­ford sings with The Naples Jazz Orches­tra at the Cam­bier Park Bandshell, Naples. 239- 207- 8299, thenjo. com The Naples Jazz Orches­tra Plays Tommy Dorsey with Voices ( March 31, 7pm), Cam­bier Park Bandshell, Naples. 239- 207- 8299, thenjo. com Mas­ter­work Sun­day: Mark Hayes, Con­duc­tor, Chan­cel Choir & Orches­tra

per­form­ing Glo­ria ( April 6, 10am), Moor­ings Pres­by­te­rian Church, Naples. 239- 434- 9145, moor­ings- presby. org Mark Hayes Con­cert: Mark Hayes, pi­anist; Lind­sey Gra­ham, so­prano ( April 6, 4pm), Mark Hayes is known in­ter­na­tion­ally for bring­ing stel­lar key­board and cho­ral mu­sic to churches, schools, uni­ver­si­ties and con­cert stages. Hayes is joined with South­west Florida’s own Lind­sey Gra­ham, whose ca­reer as a Chris­tian vo­cal­ist never fails to bless lis­ten­ers. Moor­ings Pres­by­te­rian Church, Naples. 239- 434- 9145, moor­ings- presby. org The Naples Jazz Orches­tra Plays Harry James; Deb­bie Orta, Vo­cal­ist ( April 7, 7pm), Cam­bier Park Bandshell, Naples. 239- 207- 8299, thenjo. com The Naples Jazz Orches­tra Plays Au­di­ence Re­quests ( April 14, 7pm), Cam­bier Park Bandshell, Naples. 239207- 8299, thenjo. com

Fort My­ers Mu­sic Walk ( March 21 and April 18, 7pm), The River District comes alive with mu­sic on the third Fri­day of each month. More than a dozen par­tic­i­pat­ing venues fea­ture live mu­sic by lo­cal and re­gional talent. 855- 7323836, fort­my­ersmu­sicwalk. com

with John O’Conor, Piano, per­form Wag­ner’s Fly­ing Dutch­man Over­ture, Beethoven’s Piano Con­certo No. 4 and Brahms’ Sym­phony No. 4, Bar­bara B. Mann Per­form­ing Arts Hall, Fort My­ers. 239- 418- 1500, swflso. org

Caloosa Get Your Gun ( March 1- April 26, Fri­day and Satur­day, 6: 30pm), Jour­ney back to Ol’ Florida for a cow­boy- style mur­der on the Mur­der Mys­tery Din­ner Train, Semi­nole Gulf Rail­way, Fort My­ers. 239- 275- 8487, semgulf. com

I SPY a Mur­der ( March 1- April 30: Sun­day, 5: 30pm; Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day, 6: 30pm), In­spec­tor Henri Di­jon is back and this time he has to save the Amer­i­can space pro­gram from Soviet spies in this early 1960s romp on the Mur­der Mys­tery Din­ner Train, Semi­nole Gulf Rail­way, Fort My­ers. 239- 275- 8487, semgulf. com

Wash­ing­ton Sax­o­phone Quar­tet ( March 3, 7pm), As the most wide­ly­heard sax­o­phone quar­tet in the U. S., Wash­ing­ton Sax­o­phone Quar­tet has

per­formed recitals, in­for­mal con­certs and mas­ter classes in the U. S., the Caribbean and China, and played on ra­dio and tele­vi­sion world­wide. Grand Cy­press Room at The Wood­lands in Shell Point, Fort My­ers. 239- 454- 2067, shell­point. org/ con­certs

Pops 3: The Sound of Mu­si­cals ( March 7, 8pm), From the great white way to the sil­ver screen, en­joy mu­sic from the most pop­u­lar movie mu­si­cals of all time. Se­lec­tions are from The Sound of Mu­sic, Ok­la­homa!, The King and I and more, in a salute to Rodgers & Ham­mer­stein at the movies. Bar­bara B. Mann Per­form­ing Arts Hall, Fort My­ers. 239- 418- 1500, swflso. org

Sun­set Con­cert: Dav­ina and the

Vagabonds ( March 9, 5pm), With in­flu­ences rang­ing from Fats Domino and the Preser­va­tion Hall Jazz Band to Aretha Franklin and Tom Waits, this band is con­vert­ing au­di­ences one show at a time, from Van­cou­ver to Mi­ami and across Europe. Lee County Al­liance for the Arts, Fort My­ers. 239- 939- 2787, artin­lee. org Theatre Con­spir­acy: The Whale ( March 14- 29, Thurs­day- Satur­day, 8pm; Sun­day, March 23, 2pm), Mor­bidly obese 600- pound fa­ther con­fines him­self to his apart­ment and eats him­self into obliv­ion. With his health fail­ing, he be­comes des­per­ate to re­con­nect with his es­tranged teenage daugh­ter. He would give her any­thing: his love, his money and maybe even his life. Foulds Theatre, Al­liance for the Arts, Fort My­ers. 239- 939- 2787, artin­lee. org Men­delssohn Marathon at Shell Point ( March 25, 7: 30pm), A mini- marathon ex­plores Felix Men­delssohn’s most bril­liant cre­ations in­clud­ing the sym­phonic poem Fin­gal’s Cave and the ever­green Scotch Sym­phony. Mys­te­ri­ous sprites and an­cient curses

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