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Tallahassee is the capital city of Florida. The population of the Tallahassee Metropolitan area, which includes Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, and Wakulla counties, is approximately 375,000 people. As the state’s capital, Tallahassee is home to the Florida State Capitol, housing the state’s legislature, the Supreme Court of Florida, the Florida Governor’s Mansion, and about 30 state agency headquarters. The city is known for its large number of law firms, trade associations, and lobbying and professional organizations. Tallahassee is also a college town; over 70,000 students attend Florida State University (FSU), Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College.
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In addition to the live music that can be heard in the area’s clubs, bars, and taverns, Tallahassee hosts several, annual music festivals. The Kraft Nissan Sundown Summer Concert Series takes place on the first Friday of May, June, July, and August in the Capital City Amphitheater at Cascades Park. Tallahassee Music Week is a ten-day celebration of music diversity and the Capital City's rich musical talent, featuring dozens of performances by local and internationally renowned artists. Many of the Tallahassee Music Week performances take place in local restaurants, clubs, and non-traditional venues such as coffee shops, grocery stores, governmental office buildings, and other areas where people gather. The annual Southern Music Rising Festival takes place every April in Monticello, Florida, some 32 miles east of the capital.
Today’s musicians have many options to get their music into the hands and heads of their fans, once they’ve self-recorded their demo CDs. Our mission at Bison Disc is to provide affordable and professional disc duplication and replication for these musical artists. In addition, we present and package music CDs in wide variety of customized Jewel cases, Wallets, Jackets, Sleeves, and Digipaks. When your favorite band sells its latest album at a music festival, it’s highly likely that they have utilized the services of a company such as Bison Disc. Tallahassee has a vibrant classical music scene, anchored by the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, which was founded in 1979. The orchestra usually performs four formal concerts each year in Ruby Diamond Auditorium at Florida State University, along with a special holiday concert, and a youth concert. Professors and graduate students from the Florida State University College of Music are often prominent among the performers. In 2012, the 1260 seat Ruby Diamond Concert Hall was reopened following a 38 million dollar renovation.
Since 1990, the Tallahassee Youth Orchestra has been an affiliate of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra. It employs some of the area’s best professional music educators and offers beginning string classes for the city’s aspiring young musicians. The Artist Series of Tallahassee has been presenting world-class classical music performers for the last 21 years. Its concerts take place in the Opperman Music Hall on the FSU campus.
The Tallahassee Film Festival was developed in 2008. Since then, the festival has brought Oscar-winning films from the major festivals around the world to the Tallahassee region. The Festival is expanding its scope to become the Tallahassee Film Festival - Film Art Music Experience (or TFFxFAME), producing not only an annual festival which includes film, music, visual, and other interactive arts, but a year-round slate of events and arts offerings in the Tallahassee region.
The Tallahassee Film Society (TFS) was incorporated in 1999, for the purpose of bringing foreign and American, independent films to the Tallahassee area. Modeled after other film societies in the southeastern United States, TFS presents films all year around. In addition, it occasionally promotes specialized film events and guests. Over the years, several major motion pictures have filmed in and around the Greater Tallahassee Metropolitan area. These include: Tarzan’s Secret Treasure (1941), Tarzan’s New York Adventure (1942), The Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954), Night Moves with Gene Hackman (1975), Airport with Jack Lemmon (1977), Something Wild with Melanie Griffith (1986), Ruby in Paradise with
Ashley Judd (1993), Night Falls on Manhattan with Andy Garcia (1996), Ulee’s Gold with Peter Fonda (1997), Coastlines with Josh Brolin (2002), and HBO’s Recount with Kevin Spacey (2008).
The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts at FSU is home to some of the largest studio facilities dedicated exclusively to motion picture education. The school is the only motion picture college in the country that pays the production costs of every student’s motion picture, yet its tuition costs are among the country’s lowest. The FSU College of Motion Picture Arts has won a total of eight "Student Oscars" from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, and a total of 30 collegiate Emmys from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation. At Bison Disc, we don’t teach our clients how to make movies, but we do serve them in other ways. We’re the folks who duplicate and replicate their projects on DVD and Blu-ray discs. We also package film DVDs and Blu-rays in customized box and collector sets, so that they can be presented in a professionally-designed fashion to film festivals and audience members.
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