• “Barbra and Frank: The Concert That Never Was” Oct. 5
    2 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $31-$56.
    This one-of-a-kind, award-winning show that headlined for years on the Las Vegas Strip brings audiences “what might have been,” the pairing of two musical legends that never shared the same stage. Starring Sharon Owens as Barbra Streisand and Sebastian Anzaldo as Frank Sinatra.
  • Richardson Community Band “Once Upon a Time” Concert Oct. 6
    3 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Admission is free.
    A family-friendly concert event in collaboration with the Friends of the Richardson Public Library, focusing on storytelling through books and music. Pre-concert activities for children (beginning at 2:20 p.m.) include interacting with a variety of instruments learning how to conduct a band. The concert, hosted by radio broadcaster Barry Samsula, will feature several musical selections related to children’s books. Special guest Nancy Churnin will read from her book, “Irving Berlin—The Immigrant Boy Who Made America Sing.” Funded in part by a grant from the Eisemann Arts Innovation Initiative.
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  • “Keyboard Conversations: Spellbinding Bach” Oct. 7
    7:30 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $36-$42.
    Pianist Jeffrey Siegel opens the 2019-20 season of his “Keyboard Conversations” series with a program that includes Bach’s “Partita in G Major,” “Chromatic Fantasy” and the “Italian Concerto.”

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