2020 National Fiddler Hall of Fame Inductee and world-renowned fiddler and entertainer Shoji Tabuchi has announced a one-year limited engagement of his new live show “An Evening with Shoji” at the Little Opry Theatre inside Branson’s IMAX Entertainment Complex.
This unique evening with Shoji and his band will showcase an exceptional array of music from country, bluegrass, the 50’s & 60’s to gospel and patriotic plus many more. His multi-talented daughter, Christina Lingo-Tabuchi, will join him on select dates.
In addition to being named to the National Fiddler Hall of Fame, Tabuchi is a past recipient of the prestigious Missourian Award, the Japanese Foreign Minister’s Award, and the Americanism Medal from Daughters of The American Revolution. Tabuchi is a two-time TNN Music City News Instrumentalist of The Year nominee; has been Ozark Music Awards Entertainer of The Year, as well as four-time Instrumentalist of The Year; and also has received the Branson Terry Awards Lifetime Achievement and Humanitarian Award. Tabuchi has performed countless times on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry to standing ovations and been featured on numerous national TV broadcasts. In 2006, Shoji Tabuchi and his daughter, Christina Lingo-Tabuchi, were invited by former President George W. Bush to attend a special state dinner at the White House. While attending the event, at the request of former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, Tabuchi was unexpectedly asked, and honored, to perform.
Helpful Hints/Additional Information
The An Evening with Shoji perform in the Little Opry Theatre in the IMAX Entertainment Complex.
The IMAX Complex is located at 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway.
There is a concession area, several retail shops, and a full-service restaurant in the Complex.
The Little Opry Theatre has special seating available for the disabled.
Non-flash, still photography is permitted during the show.