Mar 02 Saturday
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Don't Miss Allegro Dance Project's encore performances of “So, Now What?”Friday, March 1st at 7:30pm & Saturday, March 2nd at 2pmLexington, KY- Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center, 141 East Main Street, Lexington KY 40507Allegro Dance Project is thrilled to bring an encore presentation of So, Now What? to the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center. Explore topics such as grief, imposter syndrome, uniqueness, relationships, and regulations through contemporary dance, aerial circus arts and live original music in this family friendly performance event.Participants of their Inclusive Dance Outreach and Adaptive Dance programs will join our company dancers on stage for the opening piece of the show as a celebration of inclusion! This performance run will also include FREE sensory-friendly school shows to provide inclusive and accessible field trip opportunities for central KY students.Tickets:Field trip seating is available by registering online at www.allegrodanceproject.org via the “School Show” tab.Tickets for the March 1st 7:30pm and March 2nd 2pm public performances are available through the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center Box Office and can be purchased in-person, online or by calling (859) 425-2550.Adults: $20Children, students & seniors: $15About Allegro Dance ProjectAllegro Dance Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit contemporary dance company founded in 2014 by Jeana Klevene. Each season, dance outreach and performance opportunities are provided for hundreds of children with specific needs and the professional company provides contracts and apprenticeships to talented dancers, aerial artists and musicians. To learn more, visit www.allegrodanceproject.orgTo learn more and purchase tickets, visit www.allegrodanceproject.org###
Mar 10 Sunday
Whatever you do, don’t let the Pigeon star in a musical! When the bus driver has a small emergency, a very unlikely volunteer shows up to take the driver’s place – a pigeon! But should this small but tenacious bird really be allowed to take the wheel? What do YOU think? Based on Mo Willems’ Caldecott Honor award-winning book, Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical! is sure to get everyone’s wings flapping with its innovative mix of songs, silliness, and feathered friends.
Mar 14 Thursday
Take3 - Where Rock Meets Bach
With a flair for the wild and unexpected, the genre-defying trio, TAKE3, brings the refinement of a rigorous classical music background and infuses it with rock-star charisma. With training at the World’s top conservatories, TAKE3, created by violinist/vocalist Lindsay Deutsch (Yanni’s featured violin soloist), alongside cello and piano, are creating some of the most exciting and refreshing pop/rock/classical fusion music anywhere in the World.
Whether they are rockin’ the Bach or are classically infusing the favorites of The Beatles, Bieber, or Coldplay, TAKE3 are nothing short of exhilarating and have electrified audiences at venues and events including Music in the Mountains, Redlands Bowl, OK Mozart Festival, Festival Mozaic, Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill, and Bear ValleyMusic Festival.
Mar 17 Sunday
Lexington Chamber Chorale's Miniature Masterpieces II
From Renaissance Italy to the English-speaking 20th century comes the Chorale’s second Miniature Masterpieces concert. American composer Morten Lauridsen’s light-filled requiem Lux Aeterna opens the program featuring the talents of the Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra. The Chorale continues with English composer Ralph Vaughn Williams’ beautiful Serenade to Music which features the solo voices of the Chorale and accompanist Cully Bell.
Featuring Lux Aeterna by Morten Lauridsen with members of the Central Kentucky Youth OrchestraSunday, March 17, 2024,5:00 p.m.Second Presbyterian Church
Tickets: general $25 and students $10 at the door and at lexingtonchamberchorale.org.
Apr 26 Friday
It’s the grownups’ turn!
Let your imagination soar at Lexington’s children’s museum, The Explorium of Lexington, by attending Night at the Museum! This adults-only, fun-filled evening features exhibits, activities, a silent auction, drinks, heavy hors d’oeuvres and more!
Friday, April 26 from 7 to 10 pm. Tickets are available now for this fundraiser supporting the Explorium’s mission of inspiring children’s imagination and curiosity.
Apr 27 Saturday
When Circle and Square meet for the first time, they realize that they are very different from each other. Circle likes blowing bubbles, juggling balls, and twirling, while Square is happiest stacking blocks neatly and as tall as they will go. Will the two be able to find a way to play together, despite their differences? Discover the wonderful world of shapes through this interactive show!
Jun 09 Sunday
Lexington Chamber Chorale's Past and Present Miniature Masterpieces
Kentucky’s composers and poets of past and present populate the Chorale’s final season concert, Past and Present Miniature Masterpieces. A time-honored Chorale tradition, this blending of spoken word and song pays tribute to the musical and literary history of Kentucky with an eye on its present and future. This free concert, in the beautiful outdoor setting at Ashland, concludes with a preview of repertoire for our 2024-2025 season.
Sunday, June 9 (rain date on June 10) 2024, 5:00 p.m. Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate