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Harmony Club/STMTA fundraiser

The Harmony Club of Binghamton and the Southern Tier Music Teacher’s Association will present a joint fundraiser recital  -- "A Dessert Musicale " -- at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8 at First United Methodist Church, 53 N. McKinley Ave, Endicott. The recital features both student and adult musicians from both organizations, along with fine desserts and basket raffles. Proceeds from the annual event will be split between the organizations and will assist in funding student scholarships and musical performance opportunities. Plan to bring young musicians to this...
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Bravo Broadway is Coming in May!

Back by popular demand, Opera does Broadway in this musical review!

Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 7:30pm - one night only! Our top-notch 2017-2018 Resident Artists sing their "farewell" at this rollicking evening of Broadway favorites! We've shaken up the format to offer "Broadway for Everyone". We'll shuffle a deck of songs and you vote to choose the finale in our "Show Tune Shuffle": $1 for 1 vote or $10 for an arm's length! Concessions will also be available in the lobby....
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Anderson Center Summer Concert Announced

Check out the first of our exciting shows headed your way this summer!

An Evening with the Robert Cray Band

5-Time Grammy Award Winner, Robert Cray, has created a sound that rises from American roots and arrives today both fresh and familiar. In just over 40 years Cray and his band have recorded 20 studio releases, 15 of which have been on the Billboard charts, and played bars, concert halls, festivals and arenas around the world.  Read more
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Roberson ‘Pays It Forward’ with New Admission Program

Roberson extends Museum access to all community members

Roberson Museum and Science Center announced the start of its Pay It Forward admission program, expanding access to the Museum for those unable to cover the cost of admission. This program will ensure everyone has the opportunity to explore the science, art, and culture within Roberson’s halls. “Access to arts and cultural activities is essential to the feeling of community,” said Michael Grasso, Executive Director of Roberson. “With this program we ask...
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Spring Poetry Workshops

Broome County Arts Council Gallery 81 State Street, 5th Floor, Binghamton All poetry workshops are free for Broome Arts Council Members and the General Public. Pre-registration is recommended.  Please email jlewis2@binghamton.edu for further details. (more…)...
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Spring & Summer TAC Workshops

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) will host the following a two-part children's workshop called: Fantastic Ekphrastic! Part 1: Traditional

Description: It might sound fancy, but an ekphrastic poem is a poem about a piece of art. Join us for this workshop where we will look at gorgeous artwork and then write about them! This workshop is free but donations are appreciated. When: Saturday, April 28, at 1:00 p.m. Where: TAC, 179 Front St., Owego (more…)...
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April Program for 'The Hungry Ear'

'The Hungry Ear', the library program celebrating the art of the short story, loads up with four stories covering the Civil War, WWII, and Vietnam.  Chris Nickerson will read 'A Short Wait Between Trains', by Robert McLaughlin,  and 'Little Beaver' by Charles Durden.  David Cleutz steps up to tell 'Brassard, Mourning, Official' by Miller Harris, and 'If Grant Had Been Drinking At Appomattox', by James Thurber. These stories bring the listener to situations that soldiers have endured through the ages.. ...
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