Some great opportunities this week for fabulous arts experiences. Here’s a quick line up of what’s happening in the Zoellner Arts Center.
Thursday, February 11 at 7pm – free documentary film screening of “The Winding Stream.” Another moment of Zoellner’s “On Screen / In Person” series. Film maker Beth Harrington will be present for Q&A after. Please enjoy this brief trailer of the film:
Friday, February 12 at 8pm – Lehigh University Jazz Faculty. Bill Warfield and the faculty jazz musicians return to the stage for an evening of jazz standards, called from the stage. These are master musicians offering their best work! Tickets are $15, and free to Lehigh students who present their IDs at the box office. For a hint of their music, here is a link to Bill Warfield’s ReverbNation page.
Saturday, February 13 at 8pm – Guest Artist, Larry Harlow and the Legends of Fania. The International Latin Music Hall of Famer reunites some of his Fania all-stars alongside new guard musicians for a high octane salsa concert, infused with infectious riffs & dance-party rhythms. There will be a dance floor and concessions available. General admission tickets are $25/$20/$13 (Details for price difference here)
Warm up your dance moves with a special curtain warmer with the Hector Rosado Quintet in the Black Box Theater.
Sunday, February 14 at 1pm and 4pm – Two performances of Moon Mouse by Lightwire Theater. Marvin the mouse wants to be popular. Constantly picked on by the “cool” rats, he is labeled a geek. Marvin retreats into his science books and has the adventure of a lifetime. Great for children, this cosmic tale celebrates differences rare theatrical event of mime, acrobatics and mysterious frogs in a fun family friendly show! Great for children of all ages!
Tickets for 1pm here. Tickets for 4pm here. A special DaVinci Science center project inspired by the show and made by Broughal students will be on display before both performances.
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