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Musical prodigy Ethan Bortnick coming to Buckhead Theatre
Musical prodigy Ethan Bortnick coming to Buckhead Theatre

ATLANTA -- Ethan Bortnick, the youngest performer ever to headline his own concert tour, will bring his captivating new family music special to audiences around the country this spring on his 30-city tour.

Ethan will be at the Buckhead Theatre on Sunday, Apr. 13 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $36 and can be purchased at thebuckheadtheatre.com.

The young musical sensation, named one of Oprah’s “All Time Smartest, Most Talented Kids,” will be joined on the tour by special guest Damian McGinty of "Glee" and Celtic Thunder in a concert that highlights Ethan’s belief that music can truly connect people and ultimately change the world.

Ethan has seen firsthand how music can manifest global change. At only 13 years old, he has already harnessed the power of music around the world to raise more than $30 million for charity. In 2010, Ethan joined icons such as Tony Bennett, Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion in re-recording the benefit single “We Are the World” to aid victims of the Haiti earthquake. Due to his extraordinary impact on the world, Ethan was invited to be a part of GAP’s global campaign and was featured on the cover of Esquire magazine.

An evening at one of Ethan’s concerts fills audiences with joy and brings them to their feet. In this magical concert, Ethan performs a range of music that appeals to people of all ages. Hear songs from The Beatles to Elton John to Broadway, from Chopin to Neil Diamond, from Michael Jackson to Motown to rock 'n roll, and everything in between. Ethan will also perform several of his own songs, including some from the recently released movie Anything is Possible, in which he starred, co-scored, and wrote 10 songs. He will involve the audience in the show, compose music on the spot, put together songs instantly using audience stories/ideas, and answer questions during a Q & A segment.