Caldwell Theatre Company. May 30th, 2009. 6:00 p.m. Caldwell Theatre Company Board of Trustees will host a benefit concert starring legendary pianist Copeland Davis on Saturday, May 30th, 2009 at Caldwell Theatre Company. "One of the best symphonic jazz musicians in the business,” according to the Boston Globe, Copeland will entertain on Caldwell’s Steinway piano following cocktails, amuse-bouches and dinner at Caldwell’s Count de Hoernle Theatre.
With roots in gospel and classical training, which includes a degree from Florida Atlantic University, innovator Copeland Davis (who was influenced by Beethoven) received a standing ovation after his debut on “The Tonight Show” and has enchanted audiences around the world. He was inducted into The International Who’s Who in Music, and after a performance as Artist-in-Residence with the Florida Symphonic Pops Orchestra, the Maestro said Copeland is “one of America’s foremost symphonic jazz piano innovators,” whose jazz improvisation “is in a class by itself.”
Join Caldwell Theatre Company for a class act when the gifted and soulful Copeland Davis performs at Caldwell. Funds raised by Caldwell Theatre Company benefit the theater’s general operating account, which helps to pay operating expenses. Copeland Davis will gift his concert in support of Caldwell, and Caldwell receives 100 percent of all donations made.
Caldwell Theatre Company in the Count de Hoernle Theatre
7901 N. Federal Highway
Boca Raton, FL 33487