Shoji Tabuchi Show
Join the Tabuchi family for an unforgettable music show showcasing blazing violins, stunning harmonies, and world-class choreography of this musical extravaganza at the Shoji Tabuchi Show. It is great for all ages and allows visitors to experience amazing music and showmanship the next time they visit the Ozarks. It has graced the Branson stage for years and years, so do not miss out on a great opportunity to see one of the most amazing concerts in Branson MO.
This performer is a recognized violinist across the globe, masters his violin and joins his wife Dorothy and daughter Christina to present a family variety production featuring a wide range of music genres from classical to contemporary to country music. This brilliant Branson violinist has hand-picked the members of his band from regions around the world to come to join them, and almost all of them have at least one degree in music study! It features some amazing country, gospel music, and more to truly delight all who witness the production. The band is comprised of professional musicians who each put in tons of hard work and passion to bring an unforgettable experience to the audience.
At the production, Dorothy is responsible for the choreography and has successfully produced an elite group of dances that help create a visual for the musical tracks and bring pure excitement to the audience. Throwing some extra treats into the production, you'll also see cowboy ropes twirling, Taiko drums beating, and Christina singing vocals that will seem to stop time for a split moment. Don't miss out on Shoji Branson, a one of a kind production that brings some of the best talent ever experienced by the Branson entertainment circuit.
About Shoji Tabuchi
Tabuchi was born in Japan in Daishoji’s Ishikawa prefecture. He began to play the violin when he was only seven years old, and was truly inspired when American country music legend and Grand Ole Opry performer, Roy Acuff, visited Osaka. He got to speak and meet Acuff in the backstage area at his concert and Acuff invited him to look him up should he ever be in Nashville. From there, he was inspired to move to the United States where he began to play violin across the country. He even got 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 something that Branson locals and visitors love, with more than 3 decades of performance under his belt.
About the Theatre
The performance is held at the Clay Cooper Theater. This multi-million dollar theater is known for its amazing musical events and shows. The venue is stunning, which allows guests to enjoy their time there as well as relax in expansive seats and enjoy it via a great sound and lighting system. The Clay Cooper Theatre also is home to the Clay Cooper Country Music Express, Hot Rods and High Heels, and the Haygoods.
Do not miss out on the amazing chance to see one of Shoji Tabuchi's concerts on your next Branson MO vacation. With an amazing blend of American country music, gospel, and more, this Ozark Mountains stage truly comes to life! Get your tickets today and enjoy a worry-free vacation in Branson.
- Approximately how long is it?
It is approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is it held?
It is held at the Clay Cooper Theatre.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.