Shoji Tabuchi Show
Catch Shoji Tabuchi as he brings his violin with him to the Branson MO stage to delight with his famous music show. Along with his wife Dorothy, and daughter Christina, this family truly embodies the talent and showmanship qualities that make it an outstanding, worry-free vacation in Branson MO.
This high-quality show promises top-notch performances that cover a wide variety of musical genres from classical, American country music, gospel music, 50's and 60's hits, and for fun, they even throw in some current selections. Shoji, a world-class violinist, has comprised a huge band of some of the most amazing professional musicians from around the world, and nearly every member holds at least one degree in music. Dorothy has worked with some of the best choreographers to showcase an elite group of dancers with dance routines that are truly a work of art. You'll see rope twirling cowboy numbers and polkas, to name a few of the treats. The show rivals any you would find on Broadway.
About Shoji Tabuchi
Born in Japan and hailing from Daishoji’s Ishikawa prefecture, Shoji Tabuchi began learning the violin at only 7 years old. He got inspiration from American Country Music, and he even met American music star Roy Acuff in Osaka. By speaking with Acuff at the backstage area at his concert, he was able to get the inspiration and push he needed to move to America and begin his cross-country journey playing music concerts around the US. With an expansive career and tons of talent, he went on to play at the Grand Ole Opry just like Acuff. In 1980, he built his very first theater in Branson, MO. From there, he went on to create a show that Branson locals and visitors love, with nearly 30 years of amazing performances under his belt.
Enjoy a relaxing Branson MO vacation with the Shoji Tabuchi Show. This amazing performance allows guests to enjoy the best of Ozark Mountains music on a beautiful local stage. These concerts have everything from country to gospel and is sure to impress.
|The Shoji Tabuchi Show|
|Available 9/28/2022 until 10/22/2022 View Detailed Schedule|
|Includes admission to the regular Shoji Tabuchi show.|
- Approximately how long is it?
It is approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is it held?
It is held at the IMAX.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.