Things to do in Orlando, Nov. 3-9: Denzel Curry, Tinashe, David Dondero, Trombone Shorty, Marc Anthony | Arts Stories & Interviews | Orlando

Our selections of the greatest stuff to do this 7 days.

Wednesday, Nov. 3
Orlando Tale Club
A team of Orlando’s most savvy yarn-spinners, picked out by the luck of the attract, tell tales on the theme of “Cutting My Tooth.” 7 p.m., CityArts, 39 S. Magnolia Ave.,, $5.

Wednesday-Thursday, Nov. 3–4
Orlando Movie Competition
The Orlando Film Competition returns to in-person programming with a packed roster of independent attribute movies, documentaries and shorts. CMX Plaza Cinema Cafe, 155 S. Orange Ave.,, charges vary for every screening.

Thursday, Nov. 4
Denzel Curry, Tinashe
Even us non-UCF college students advantage from this year’s UCF Homecoming Live performance Knight: For just more than $20 you can see hip-hop firebrand Curry and chopping-edge R&B singer Tinashe. 8 p.m., Addition Economic Arena, 12777 N. Gemini Blvd.,, $25.

Thursday, Nov. 4
David Dondero
Intimate masterclass-stage concert from the musician NPR known as “a person of the ideal dwelling songwriters.” 8 p.m., Stardust Video and Espresso, 1842 E. Winter Park Street,, $7.

Thursday-Friday, Nov. 4–5
Symphonic Disney: The Most Magical Music on Earth
CFCArts Symphony Orchestra give traditional Disney themes and tunes the symphonic therapy. Northland Church, 530 Doggy Track Road,, $10-$25.

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  • Trombone Shorty

Friday, Nov. 5
Frontyard Festival: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
New Orleans jazz normal-bearer Trombone Shorty brings his Orleans Avenue ensemble to town for a Frontyard display as element of a rapid swing of Southern dates. 7:30 p.m., Dr. Phillips Middle, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,, $45-$99.50.

Friday, Nov. 5
Orlando House Tunes Get together
Andre Mack, Todd Enjoy, Mr. Mogembo and TL Easy spin basic home audio into the wee hours. 9:30 p.m., Sky Lounge at Amway Centre, 400 W. Church St.,, cost-free.

Friday-Sunday, Nov. 5–7
Orlando Greek Competition
3 days’ truly worth of Greek foods, dancing, leisure, education and learning and far more. Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 1217 Trinity Woods Lane, Maitland,, free of charge.

Saturday, Nov. 6
Fox Fest
After a two-calendar year hiatus, Rollins College’s are living-audio blowout Fox Fest is back, with a quite in-demand from customers headliner in the sort of Orlando hip-hop collective seeyousoon. 6 p.m., Bush Lawn, Rollins School, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter season Park,, cost-free-$10.

Saturday, Nov. 6
Hochman, Brahms & Sibelius
The Orlando Phil performs in Winter season Park with a guest turn from pianist Benjamin Hochman. 7:30 p.m., Calvary Orlando, 1199 Clay St., Winter Park,, $10-$129.50.

Saturday, Nov. 6
Marc Anthony
It really is a certain signal of a odd yr that a major-shelf reserving like cantante Marc Anthony headlining an Orlando demonstrate came out of seemingly nowhere. 8 p.m., Amway Center, 400 W. Church St.,, $61-$799.

Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 6-7
Slide Fiesta in the Park
This biannual block bash brings vendors, leisure, food and far more to downtown’s fave park. 10 a.m., Lake Eola Park, 512 E. Washington St.,, free.

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  • LEYA

Tuesday, Nov. 9
In-In between Collection: Leya
One of the most cutting-edge In-Amongst bookings still this 12 months in the variety of mind-blowing harp-violin duo Leya. Early show, so you have no excuse to overlook this just one. 7:30 p.m., CityArts, 39 S. Magnolia Ave.,, $5.

Tuesday, Nov. 9
Mvtant, Lunacy
Fantastic bill of youthful and cold dim-electronic expertise, each touring — Mvtant and Lunacy — and regional — Mom Juno. 9 p.m., Stardust Movie & Espresso, 1842 Winter Park Highway,, $8.

By way of Nov. 7
Musical comedy primarily based on Dustin Hoffman’s gender-bending 1982 film introduced you by Fairwinds Broadway. Walt Disney Theater, Dr. Phillips Centre for the Executing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.,, $44.50-$114.50.

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  • Mom Juno