University of Florida Performing Arts

University of Florida Performing Arts

When you think of University of Florida Performing Arts, perhaps the big building with the beautiful fountain comes to mind. While the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is an essential part of who we are, UFPA is something much greater. We are not simply a building, a stage, a place, or a venue; walls do not define us.

Our heart is in our community and on our campus. We believe performing arts are for everyone and we are dedicated to bringing world-class performers that reflect the diversity of Gainesville and its surrounding areas. While some of the artists coming this season will perform on the stage, many will also take their talents directly onto our campus and into local schools as part of our growing education outreach program.

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  • Joey DeFrancesco - Oct 28 7PM ET

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    Legend. It’s a word that probably gets tossed around more often than it should. But for Joey DeFrancesco, the modern master of jazz organ, “legend” is a perfect fit.

    DeFrancesco emerged in the ’80s and quickly ascended as one of the youngest musicians ever recruited to play in a Miles Davis ...

  • Joey DeFrancesco - Oct 28 9PM ET

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    Legend. It’s a word that probably gets tossed around more often than it should. But for Joey DeFrancesco, the modern master of jazz organ, “legend” is a perfect fit.

    DeFrancesco emerged in the ’80s and quickly ascended as one of the youngest musicians ever recruited to play in a Miles Davis ...

  • Brittney Spencer - Nov 19 9PM ET

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    Singer-songwriter Brittney Spencer moved to Nashville in 2013 with dreams of molding life, truth, and wild imagination into country music. She’s since toured and performed with artists including Carrie Underwood and

    Christopher Cross.

    In late 2020, Spencer’s career took off toward stardom ...

  • Brittney Spencer - Nov 19 7PM ET

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    Singer-songwriter Brittney Spencer moved to Nashville in 2013 with dreams of molding life, truth, and wild imagination into country music. She’s since toured and performed with artists including Carrie Underwood and

    Christopher Cross.

    In late 2020, Spencer’s career took off toward stardom ...

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    UF Students Stream Free