Arts Calendar

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Arts Calendar

The Arts Calendar is produced by the Lehigh Valley Arts Council. In print, it is the go-to resource for arts and culture events in the three county region. This bi-monthly publication is distributed throughout the Lehigh Valley, both by direct mail to our members and hand-delivered to various organizations and businesses.

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Upcoming Box Office Events

8 event dates found
    Oct 15
    ArtsCOUNT 2019
    Category
    Special Events
    Time
    5:30pm – 7:30pm
    Location
    Sigal Museum
    Presented by Lehigh Valley Arts Council
    Phone
    610-437-5915

    In October the Lehigh Valley Arts Council will host ArtsCOUNT, an annual membership reception and grant award presentation for the 2019-20 Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) grant recipients, at an exciting showcase of local history, in downtown Easton’s Sigal Museum and Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society.

    WHEN: Tuesday, October 15, 2019, from 5:30-7:30 pm
    WHERE: SIGAL MUSEUM, 342 Northampton St, Easton, PA 18042

    Refreshments will be provided. The event is free for members of the Arts Council and PPA grant recipients. Nonmembers are welcome to attend the arts advocacy event for $10. RSVP’s are appreciated.

     

    Oct 27
    Euclid Quartet with Adrian Daurov cello
    Category
    Music
    Time
    3:00pm
    Location
    Foy Concert Hall
    Presented by Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem
    Phone
    610-435-7611

    Robert Paterson: Quartet No. 2 (2018)
    Schubert: String Quartet in C Major, D. 956 “Cello Qunitet”

    Single Ticket Prices:
    Age greater than 25, $27
    Age less than or equal to 25, FREE admission after showing ID at door

    Nov 14
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Nov 15
    Vision String Quartet
    Category
    Music
    Time
    7:30pm
    Location
    Faith UCC
    Presented by Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem
    Phone
    610-435-7611

    Haydn: String Quartet in G Major, Op. 77, No. 1, H. Ill:81
    Grazyna Bacewicz: String Quartet No. 4 (1951)
    Schumann: String Quartet in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3

    Single Ticket Prices:
    Age greater than 25, $27
    Age less than or equal to 25, FREE admission after showing ID at door

    Nov 15
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Nov 16
    Youth and Revolution
    Category
    Music
    Time
    7:30pm
    Location
    First Presbyterian Church
    Presented by Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra
    Phone
    610-434-7811

    Soloist: Andres Sanchez, cello

    Felix Mendelssohn- Sinfonia XII in c minor
    Joseph Haydn- Cello Concerto in C
    Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 3 in E Flat, “Eroica”

    Ticket prices:
    Preferred Seating- Adult $35; Senior 62+ $30
    Standard Seating- Adult $25; Senior 62+ $20
    Free admission for all students through college age. Inquire at the box office.

    Nov 16
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Nov 17
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    2:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door