• Hamza & Band Tonight
    7:30 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $17 and $32.
    Hailed as the “new Sayed Darwish,” Hamza is one of the most celebrated faces of modern Arabic music. A songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist from Egypt, he uses his work to explore and engage with prominent social issues.
  • Full Circle Dance Feb. 8
    7 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $25.
    Founded in 2018 by Tiffanee Arnold, the company presents its first full-length concert: “The Premiere.” This evening of contemporary modern dance includes “The Ripple Effect,” “The Creation of Eve” and “We are but in Drifting Circles.”
  • Mandy Harvey with UT Dallas Choirs Feb. 8
    7:30 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $30-$42.
    The deaf American singer-songwriter who wowed audiences (and Simon Cowell) in “America’s Got Talent” Season 12 is back at the Eisemann Center with her message of “hope, dream, believe, no matter what.” She will be joined by the UT Dallas University Choir and Chamber Singers, the culmination of Harvey’s residency at the University this week.
  • Richardson Community Band: “The Rest is History” Feb. 9
    3 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Admission is free.
    The band celebrates the 35-year RCB tenure of its Conductor Emeritus, George Jones, by performing some of the same selections from the first concert he conducted with the RCB, as well as new pieces.
  • Brasil Guitar Duo Feb. 11
    7:30 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $37.
    Globally acclaimed, longtime collaborators João Luiz and Douglas Lora perform a blend of classical and Brazilian works.

Unless otherwise noted, tickets to Eisemann Center events are available at the Eisemann Center Ticket Office, 972-744-4650 and at www.eisemanncenter.com.