January 9, 2018 – Ethan Bortnick will be performing at the Santa Fe College Fine Arts Hall at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. The concert, which is a fundraiser for public radio station WUFT, was originally scheduled for September of last year before being postponed due to Hurricane Irma. Bortnick’s concert is a part of SF’s Master Artist Series.
Anyone who purchased tickets for the original concert date will have their tickets honored at the event. Ticketholders with questions or who need a refund are instructed to call the SF Fine Arts Hall box office at 352-395-4181.
There are still tickets available, including a $125 VIP experience that includes show tickets and a dinner meet-and-greet following the performance. Orchestra tickets are $50 and mezzanine and balcony seats are available for $25. There are no senior or student discounts for the concert. Tickets can be purchased through the SF Fine Arts Hall box office or online at sfcollege.edu/finearts.
A dedicated philanthropist, Bortnick’s performances have raised over $50 million for different charities including Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Boys and Girls Club, and PBS stations across the USA. His nationally televised program, “The Power of Music,” was the top concert pledge show on PBS for 2014-2015. His charity work was inspired by the three heart surgeries his younger brother had when Ethan was five years old.
For more information about Ethan Bortnick, visit ethanbortnick.com.
For more information about the Santa Fe College Master Artist Series, SF Fine Arts Department programs or the SF Fine Arts Hall, call Alora Haynes at 352-395-5296.