Symphoria Orchestra’s full complement of musicians is staged in Armory Square to wow the Candlelight Series’ large audience on Saturday evening, July 15. The Orchestra’s Main Concert is performed from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm with the opening concert by String Bee starting at 7:00 pm.
Fresh from his appearance at the M&T Jazzfest, acclaimed bassist, studio owner and bandleader Peter Mack brings his Macktet to downtown Syracuse with special guest saxophonist Gary Smulyan, who will be making a rare appearance in Central New York. On Saturday June 17th at 8:00 p.m.
Dan Silver, a graduate of Syracuse University, College of Visual & Performing Arts (CVPA) Film Program, will return to Syracuse to talk about his role as an executive producer for the film Queen of Katwe. The film will screen as part of Spring Fest 2017, which is produced by the...
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Syracuse Stage Artistic Director Robert Hupp yesterday announced the plays selected for the 2017/2018 season. The six plays are “The Three Musketeers”, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”, “The Wizard of Oz”, “Next to Normal”, “A Raisin in the Sun”, and “The Magic Play”.
Posted On: February 28, 2017
By popular demand, Disney’s The Lion King will return to Syracuse for the first time since its triumphant premiere in September 2011. This exclusive three-week return engagement will premiere at the Landmark Theatre in Downtown Syracuse on October 27 and will play through November 12, 2017.
Posted On: February 09, 2017
The Baldwinsville Theatre Guild (BTG) is celebrating their 75th anniversary with 76 Trombones and a big parade by presenting Meredith Willson’s The Music Man! Trouble in River City is coming for three weekends starting on January 20, 2017 through February 4, 2017.
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Anchoring Syracuse ArtsWeek is the Northeast Jazz and Wine Festival in Clinton Square. Created in 2008, it continues the tradition of providing quality jazz entertainment with wine to create a festival that supports Syracuse and Central New York’s community and culture.
For the seventh year running, the Stage of Nations Blue Rain ECOFest in downtown Syracuse will be celebrating the Haudenosaunee culture and environmental stewardship. It will be held Friday, July 29, and Saturday, July 30, in Hanover Square during Syracuse ArtsWeek.
The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) will be premiering the new movie, “Dragon’s: Real Myths and Unreal Creatures,” on July 2. It will be shown at MOST’s Bristol IMAX Omnitheater and is presented by First Niagara Foundation.
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Award winning Irish documentary Older Than Ireland, (Snackbox Films) will have its Syracuse premiere on Thursday, March 24th, 2016 at the Palace Theater, located at 2384 James Street, Syracuse, NY 13206. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $35 for a limited space VIP Networking after party taking place from...
Posted On: March 10, 2016
The Oswego International War of 1812 Symposium features a special component this year to highlight the bicentennial of Oswego County. Come to the sixth annual event at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center, 26 E.
Posted On: March 03, 2016
SAVE money by purchasing a MINI SUBSCRIPTION instead of buying single tickets for 2 upcoming productions.Please call the Box Office at 315-476-7372 to find out about this offer.Mini subscriptions can not be purchased on line.
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Historic Cazenovia and the neoclassical home of the village founder will once again set a befitting backdrop for the beloved annual tradition of Christmas at Lorenzo. Beginning with Christmas by Candlelight on Friday, December 4 from 7-9 pm-- and running through Saturday and Sunday, December 5 & 6 from 1-4...
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Syracuse International Film Festival begins this week on Wednesday, October 14 until October 18.
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Red House Arts Center is thrilled to open its 2015/16 season with Big Fish with music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa and book by John Wallace. This production will open on September 17th and run through October 3rd.
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Stone Quarry Hill Art Park and certified instructor Jared Flynn are offering a two-day, hands-on workshop for participants interested in learning how to select and stack stones for wall integrity and appearance. The workshop will take place July 25 and 26.
Syracuse Opera will close its 40th Anniversary Season with Rossini’s hilarious opera, The Barber of Seville.
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The Syracuse Community Choir has been singing about peace for nearly 30 years. This year their Winter Solstice Concert, Transformation, not only marks the onset of the darkest days of the calendar but brings messages of hopefulness and inclusion at a much needed time for CNY community and communities around...
Posted On: December 17, 2014
The Syracuse Peace Council host its 44rd annual Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival, this weekend on December 6-7 (Saturday 10-5 pm and Sunday 11-5 pm) at Nottingham High School, 3100 E. Genesee St., Syracuse. Admission is $2-5 sliding scale, free for under 16 and over 65.
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The ARTSwego Performing Arts Series at SUNY Oswego has accepted the challenge by planning six dance, music and theatre events in surprising places during its 2014-15 season.
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The Art Gallery at the Tech Garden proudly presents Artists Telling Stories, a juried exhibit featuring 23 artists and more than 70 pieces of artwork.
Peterboro community organizations are finalizing program plans for the 22nd Annual Peterboro Civil War Weekend on Saturday, June 14 from 10 am to 5 pm and on Sunday, June 15 from 10am to 4 pm.
'Young Frankenstein' hilariously heads into final weekendBy Shanna Fuld, SUNY Oswego, Sophmore writer
Young talents from Syracuse will be the featured artists, photographers and performers in Learning to See, an exhibition at Point of Contact Gallery.
The Syracuse Chorale will present Georg Frideric Handel’s Messiah Part II and Part III Sunday, April 13 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, 310 Montgomery St., Syracuse. General admission for the 4 p.m. concert is $15. Admission for seniors and students, or for tickets purchased in advance, is $12.
Posted On: April 08, 2014
The Glass Menagerie is the play that launched Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tennessee Williams’ career and is among the masterworks of the American stage. Drawn from Williams’ life, this moving play explores the illusory nature of dreams and the fragility of hope.
Posted On: April 04, 2014
Kristina Starowitz, Curator and Artist in Residence at the Syracuse Tech Garden, is proud to present the 2014 spring kick-off exhibition, Ignite the Spirit! 20 Women Artists of Central New York, with an opening reception on Thursday, April 3rd 2014 at 5pm. This exhibit is in association with the WISE Symposium...
Posted On: March 27, 2014
Light Work is pleased to announce the exhibition New Geographics, featuring the work of Michael Bühler-Rose.
Posted On: March 18, 2014
CNY Arts Center in Fulton., New York presents Willy Wonka, Jr.
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Chinglish is Tony Award-Winning playwright David Henry Hwang’s hilarious new comedy about the misadventures of miscommunication. It tells the story of an American businessman, Daniel Cavanaugh, who travels to a bustling Chinese province looking to score a lucrative contract in properly translated signs.
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For the first time in 40 years, The Acting Company performs the classic Shakespeare play, “Hamlet” on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Waterman Theater of Tyler Hall. The following night at 7:30 p.m. on the same stage with same actors, The Acting Company presents a different perspective of...
Posted On: February 25, 2014
AUBURN, N.Y. – It has been so cold, for so long, but the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival is selling a little bit of summer.
Posted On: February 14, 2014
In a part of Syracuse that is working toward resurgence, springs a flower in the concrete at 601 Tully Art Gallery. Getting to Know You, the new featured exhibition, focuses on human interaction and communication. In addition to providing Syracuse with stimulating art, intellectual nourishment and engaging entertainment, 601 Tully...
Posted On: February 10, 2014
Cortland Repertory Theatre, one of New York State’s longest running professional summer theatres, announced their 43rd annual season for the summer of 2014.
Posted On: January 21, 2014
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo is open year-round, and winter is a fantastic time to visit! Outdoor exhibits feature animals chosen for their ability to adapt to the region’s climate. Prefer warmer temperatures? Sixty percent of exhibits are indoors, making the zoo a great destination even on cold and snowy days.
Posted On: January 02, 2014
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The Erie Canal Museum hosts the 28th Annual Gingerbread Gallery.
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Composer and sound artist Bora Yoon brings an evening of musical exploration to SUNY Oswego's Sheldon Hall ballroom tonight at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15.
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Point of Contact celebrates the opening of its new location at the Warehouse Building (350 W Fayette St) with a tango-themed event “Tango-Opera” on November 15. The event will feature Tango, a signature piece in the Point of Contact Art Collection, and a live performance by soprano Catalina Cuervo, the...
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Then you're in luck because this weekend is the 2nd Annual Little York Fall Fiber Arts Festival.
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East will meet West when Melody of China performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, in SUNY Oswego's Waterman Theatre.
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The Mohawk Valley Choral Society begins rehearsals for its 32nd season on September 9 at 7:00 pm in room 229 of Johnson Hall on the campus of Herkimer County Community College.
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Celebrating our 5th Anniversary, ArtRage Gallery brings COMBAT PAPER back to Syracuse! An earlier version of this exhibit featuring images on paper made out of shredded combat uniforms was our Grand Opening exhibition in October 2008.
Posted On: September 04, 2013
Cortland Repertory Theatre wraps up their 42nd annual summer season with the regional premiere of the thriller/comedy I’ll Be Back Before Midnight by Peter Colley opening on Wednesday, August 28th.
Posted On: August 27, 2013
Not going to opening weekend at the the New York State Fair? Well there's plenty more to do here in Central New York. Here are 5 things you, your friends and your family can enjoy this weekend. 1. Skaneateles Festival This summertime favorite continue into its third weekend. Friday night features Earth, Winds, and Fire,...
Posted On: August 23, 2013
The 2013-2014 season for SU Art Galleries features international art and artists. The exhibitions highlight contemporary, historic and ethnographic art from around the globe. Included in the programming will be artwork from the University’s vast permanent Art Collection, including an important recent gift to the collection, in addition to loaned...
Posted On: August 20, 2013
Call SummaryThe 2013 Artist-in-Residence and Curator at The Tech Garden, Maria Rizzo is proud to present "Trees: Symbols of Powerful Experiences," a juried art and poetry competition that will explore the history of the symbolism of trees and their role in today's environment.
Posted On: August 10, 2013
Light Work is pleased to announce the celebration of its 40th anniversary with the opening of the exhibition “40 Artists / 40 Years: Selections from the Light Work Collection,” featuring work by artists Carrie Mae Weems, Cindy Sherman, John Gossage, James Casebere, Jim Goldberg, Dawoud Bey, Fazal Sheikh and Hank...
Video games have been a part of American culture for over 30 years, will take over the Everson Museum of Art and the Landmark Theatre this fall in a double-dose of art, action, and awesome acoustics!
Syracuse Opera's musical memorial service will celebrate the life and operatic legacy of Richard McKee, internally renowned bass, stage director and former Artistic Director of Syracuse Opera for 17 years. Performers are drawn from the many artists whose lives were touched by McKee's mentorship and friendship during his lifelong musical career.
The Two Row Wampum Festival, the main Syracuse event for the statewide Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign is set for Tuesday, July 2 from 12 noon to 9 pm at Willow Bay on the north end of Onondaga Lake.
JAZZ LEGENDS DIANNE REEVES, GREGORY PORTER, DON BYRON, AND CYRILLE AIMEE CO-HEADLINE ONONDAGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE’S 2013-14 ARTS ACROSS CAMPUS LEGENDS OF JAZZ SERIES
Cortland Repertory Theatre invites audiences to “Rave On!” with its debut production of the international musical sensation “BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story”. Performances of this hit rock and roll musical will run from June 19 – July 6 with evening performances at 7:30.
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is pleased to announce its summer exhibition William Benson Abstracting Realism. The exhibition, is sponsored by Jim and Pamela McDonough and The Pluff Hooley Black Group at Morgan Stanley, and will run from Thursday, June 13 through Sunday, July 28 in the John and Virginia...
Broadway actress and Syracuse University alumna Julia Murney performs at Syracuse Stage’s 40th Anniversary Gala on Friday, June 14 in the Schine Student Center on the Syracuse University campus.
Wacheva Cultural Arts, a local not-for-profit organization rooted in the heart of the Westcott Nation, is celebrating its community classes of multicultural dance, drum and fitness in an evening performance on Saturday, June 8th at 7 p.m.
Everson After HoursThe Everson is excited to announce that thanks to the generosity of Open Atelier Architects of Syracuse, the Everson will be offering “Everson After Hours” - extended hours on every Thursday evening from 5 – 8 p.m., beginning April 18, 2013.
Win tickets for the May 23 performance of An Iliad and join Syracuse Stage before the performance for Happy Hour.
Members of the public are invited to attend a free Works-in-Progress Reception on Wednesday, May 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, at the Sculpture Space Studio, 12 Gates Street, Utica. The reception provides an opportunity for local residents and supporters of the organization to meet current artists-in-residence, view their artwork...
The Downtown Writers Center invites the public to the book launch for Jennifer Pashley's new collection of short stories, The Conjurer, on Friday, May 10, at 7:00 p.m., 340 Montgomery Street, downtown Syracuse. The reading and reception are free and open to the public and copies of The Conjurer will...
Syracuse University’s Department of Drama (SU Drama) in the College of Visual and Performing Arts is pleased to announce the 2013-14 season. Offerings include the fantastical musical Seussical, Brian Friel’s Irish drama Translations, the beloved family classic A Christmas Carol (a co-production with Syracuse Stage), David Mamet’s Tony-nominated Hollywood satire Speed-the-Plow, Bertolt Brecht’s...
The Arts at Grace, SUNY Cortland’s Department of Performing Arts, and the McNeil Development Company present two gala performances of the magnificent Verdi Requiem at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 3 and at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 5. Both concerts are in the former United Community Church at 19...
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Syracuse Opera invites Central New York audiences to the wedding of the century – the 18th century that is – when it closes its 2012-2013 mainstage opera season with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s comic opera, The Marriage of Figaro, on Friday, April 26 at 8 p.m.
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