Evening of Music & Dance
An Evening of Music & Dance (EOMAD) is an annual performance dating back to the 1990s that offers a perfect evening for music and dance lovers alike. The partnership between The Florida State School of Music and The Tallahassee Ballet brings audience members a unique sensory experience in the iconic Opperman Music Hall.
Opperman Music Hall was originally built in 1911. It was torn down in 1951 after developing a settling crack and was rebuilt in 1954. The concert hall seats more than 430 patrons and is located in FSU School of Music’s Kuersteiner Building. The acoustics in the venue, combined with the talents of EOMAD Musical Director Deloise Chagas Lima, make for a spectacular harmony between the dancers on stage and the chamber musicians at the base of the stage. The intimate setting gives audience members a sensation of being a part of the art-making process.
Dance styles include contemporary and ballet original works created by guest choreographers and the senior dancers in the Company. Get your tickets now to kick off The Tallahassee Ballet’s 50th Anniversary season.
Friday, September 23, 2022, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, September 25, 2022, 2:30 p.m.
FSU’s Opperman Music Hall
OPPERMAN MUSIC HALL: Located in FSU’s Kuersteiner Music Building (KMB) on Copeland Street. Main entrances are located on the breezeway between the Housewright Music Building and KMB. The hall can also be accessed through KMB’s interior hallways. Accessible parking can be found in the parking lots along and off of Convocation Way and at any metered space.
General Admission ticket holders will find available parking 1) along Park Avenue and 2) in the Fine Arts Parking Garage at the corner of Call and Macomb streets. Donors at the Apprentice Level ($150) or higher who have purchased season tickets will receive a parking pass for Donor Lots.
DO NOT PARK IN LOTS DESIGNATED AS TOW-AWAY ZONES.