The Folsom Concert Association (FCA) continues to bring top talents to its concert line-up at the Harris Center for the Arts this Sunday, Jan. 14 with Collision of Rythym taking to the stage.  This will mark the third in a series of concerts presented by the FCA this season. 

Sunday’s show is one that is unique and rhythm-centered, but also full of melodic movement and dynamic depth. The performance has been described by critics as “Stomp meets Blue Man Group meets Cirque du Soleil.” It’s going to be a great family show. The show takes place at 2:00 p.m. You can get tickets for this show  at:


Collision of Rhythm is a duo comprised of tap-dancing classical virtuoso, Aaron Williams, and beatbox-juggling keynote speaker, Bronkar Lee. They have worked with companies like GoPro, Coca Cola, and Google, and have been featured on The Tonight Show, America’s Got Talent, and SuperBowlcommercials. Both have achieved internet fame with “rhythmic” viral videos — Aaron, through his virtuosic rendition of  Mario on Marimba (over 100 million views), and Bronkar, as the Beatbox Dad, through a video of him beatboxing with his son (over 200 million views).


Aaron and Bronkar first performed together onstage in a completely improvised moment during a TEDx eventin Hollywood in 2013. They met backstage and knew they were musical soul brothers. Since then, they’ve performed entertainment shows, led educational outreach workshops, and given keynotes on collaboration and teamwork all across the U.S.

Though there are only two of them, they fill the stage as a 12-person ensemble would, moving from instrument to instrument with a high level of skill and diversity. What’s created is a richly explosive experience like nothing else out there — rhythm-centered, but also full of melodic movement and dynamic depth. With drumming, tap dancing, rhythmic juggling, marimba, piano, saxophone, flute and so much more, the show has been described as “Stomp meets Blue Man meets Cirque du Soleil.” The pure joy that music and rhythm has instilled within these two humans is extended to every audience member throughout the performance. Between choreographed musical pieces, there is audience interaction, humor, and personal stories that make this show all at once captivating, inspiring, and flat-out extraordinary.


Bronkar Lee is a musician, producer, and keynote speaker whose unique background includes touring Europe as ringmaster to a world-renowned circus, appearing with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show, and beatboxing with his son in a viral video that received over 200 Million views. He’s performed around the globe for companies including Disney, YouTube, Facebook, as well as in Madison Square Garden.


Bronkar plays 42 instruments and counting (including drums, saxophone, guitar, and Native American flute) which he’s incorporated into live performances and presentations for over 20 years. He has produced multiple theater shows, and he also founded the Set Your Tone Summit in Atlanta, Georgia (a full-day experience of live music and Ted-talk style presentations from various thought leaders). He serves as the current President for the Georgia National Speakers’ Association, and he collaborated with his wife Cyndi Harvell Lee to write the book BAM: Bold Achievement Method, which outlines their 6-step process for accelerated learning.

Aaron Williams is a virtuosic tap dancing multi-instrumentalist, trained in classical music, jazz, and rudimental percussion technique. He achieved internet fame with his viral video, Mario on Marimba, which has received millions of views on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites. He appeared in Coca Cola’s “America the Beautiful” campaign which aired during the Superbowl, the Olympics, and the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony. He is the composer of “Jazzy Note Blocks,” the music behind Note Blocks – AVM Shorts Episode 5, which has racked up over 77 million views on youtube.


In addition to his online and commercial successes, Aaron is a world-class music educator. He holds Level 3 Certification in Orff Schulwerk pedagogy, and he has presented teacher training workshops for AOSA, KIPP Schools, CMEA (California Music Education Association), and several colleges and universities. He is a recipient of the ACEMM Winter Spotlight Award, which is granted for outstanding work in learning communities utilizing music and movement. Aaron has done extensive work as a Band Director, Private Lessons Instructor, and Music Specialist for students ranging in age from 2 to 92.

For information on any of the upcoming shows presented by the FCA, you can visit their website at: or contact them at 530-305-4301 where you can learn more about the season or how to save with a subscription package. You can also contact the Harris Center box office directly to purchase your tickets or season subscription  at (916) 608-6888, or visit the Box Office at 10 College Parkway, Folsom, CA 95630 or by visiting for more information. They are open Tuesday through Friday 12PM to 5PM.


The FCA began in 1994, a group of Folsom residents interested in the performing arts formed the first Board of Directors of a fledgling concert association. Out of their interest and willingness to serve their community, the Folsom Lake Community Concert Association (FLCCA) was born. In 2019, FLCCA was changed to the Folsom Concert Association or FCA.

Today, they continue our dedication to bringing concerts of the highest quality to Folsom and the surrounding communities. The Folsom Concert Association contracts with national and international talent to provide a diversified genre of music for their patrons and guests.

We also provide music to students and seniors who are unable to attend concerts at no cost to them. Learn more at www. or simply click on one of their advertisements here on

2023-24 Folsom Concert Association Remaining Show Schedule

January 14, 2024 – Collision of Rhythm
March 17, 2024 – Key of G Live!
April 21, 2024 – Black Market Trust