ShenCoLAB: Festival of Arts, Ideas & Exploration

Shenandoah Conservatory turns over the programming and facilities to its students for a week of unbridled exploration, collaboration and creativity. Students work across disciplines on self-directed, time-limited projects fueled by their own passion, drive and curiosity. The week culminates with a day-long Festival of Arts, Ideas & Exploration featuring a wide variety of exciting, innovative and provocative performances, presentations, roundtable discussions and other special events.

Tickets: $5 – $10

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Blue Ridge Singers Spring Concert

Blue Ridge Singers will present “How Can I Keep from Singing?” as their spring concert series.

The concert features Norman dello Joio’s “A Jubilant Song” and Ronald Staheli’s magnificent arrangement of “How Can I Keep from Singing?”, along with some American folksongs, spirituals, and contemporary choral works from our always varied and exciting repertoire.

PERFORMANCES: (choir members are fully masked)
*Friday, April 22, 7:30 p.m., Front Royal United Methodist Church. 1 West Main St.
*Sunday, April 24, 4:00 p.m., First Baptist Church, Winchester, 205 W. Piccadilly St.
*Tuesday, April 26, 7:30 p.m., All Saints Catholic Church, 9300 Stonewall Rd, Manassas
*Friday, April 29, 7:30 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church, 9108 John S. Mosby Hwy, Upperville
*Sunday, May 1, 4:00 p.m., Christ Episcopal Church, 809 Bishop Meade Rd., Millwood

Admission is free of charge. A $10 donation is suggested.

Vaudeville Show at James Charles Winery

“The world’s a stage, and everything else is Vaudeville” -Alan Moore

The Vaudeville craze came to the US from France in the 1920’s. We wanted to bring a little piece of French history into our brand new Salon Room at James Charles with a modernized Vaudeville Show!

Vaudeville brings out acts of all kinds of talent and just wait until you see what we have in store. We have live performances ranging from dancing and music to magic acts! We also have various acts featuring students from Shenandoah University as well as many other astonishing performances! You surely won’t want to miss out on this dazzling display of talent.

On Saturday, April 23rd, the doors will open at 7 PM, the show will begin at 8 PM and will include a fifteen minute intermission. Seating options will be open, so come early to get a good spot and a tall glass of wine to enjoy the show with.

There will be James Charles wine and light fare options available! So come hungry and thirsty!
Tickets are $25 and $20 for our Legacy Wine Club Members. Upon arrival, please show your email confirmation that you will receive after you purchase tickets.
No refunds or exchanges on ticket purchases
Reserve a spot and be prepared to feel amazed!

Our ticket website is: https://jamescharleswine.xudle.com/res-486610/A-Vaudeville-Show.html

Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony Orchestra

JAN WAGNER, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & CONDUCTOR
Contemporary Works by Vivian Fung

The Symphony Orchestra and Clarinet Choir partner to celebrate works written by JUNO Award-winning composer Vivian Fung. Program highlights include Fung’s new Concerto for Trumpet co-commissioned by the Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony Orchestra and featuring special guest soloist and Assistant Professor of Trumpet Mary Elizabeth Bowden, as well as Shaman Speaks for clarinet choir and Pizzicato.

Tickets: $12

More Information and Tickets: https://www.su.edu/performs/event/22-04-symphony-orchestra/

Phone: (540) 665-4569

Winchester Little Theatre: Fireflies

Retired schoolteacher Eleanor Bannister lives a quiet life alone in tiny Groverdell, Texas, set in her routines and secure in her position as the town’s most respected woman — until a hole in her roof draws the attention of Abel Brown, a smooth-talking drifter intent on renovating Eleanor’s house, and possibly her life. Can the unexpected sparks of late-life romance be trusted, or is there truth in the gossip that Abel isn’t all that he seems to be? Either way, the whole town is talking.

*Masks required.
Show Dates & Tickets:
Friday January 7 at 8PM
Saturday January 8 at 8PM
Sunday January 9 at 2PM
Thursday January 13 at 8PM
Friday January 14 at 8PM
Saturday January 15 at 2PM
Saturday January 15 at 8PM
Sunday January 16 at 2PM
Thursday January 20 at 8PM
Friday January 21 at 8PM
Saturday January 22 at 8PM

Winchester Little Theatre: Fireflies

Retired schoolteacher Eleanor Bannister lives a quiet life alone in tiny Groverdell, Texas, set in her routines and secure in her position as the town’s most respected woman — until a hole in her roof draws the attention of Abel Brown, a smooth-talking drifter intent on renovating Eleanor’s house, and possibly her life. Can the unexpected sparks of late-life romance be trusted, or is there truth in the gossip that Abel isn’t all that he seems to be? Either way, the whole town is talking.

*Masks required.
Show Dates & Tickets:
Friday January 7 at 8PM
Saturday January 8 at 8PM
Sunday January 9 at 2PM
Thursday January 13 at 8PM
Friday January 14 at 8PM
Saturday January 15 at 2PM
Saturday January 15 at 8PM
Sunday January 16 at 2PM
Thursday January 20 at 8PM
Friday January 21 at 8PM
Saturday January 22 at 8PM

Winchester Little Theatre: Fireflies

Retired schoolteacher Eleanor Bannister lives a quiet life alone in tiny Groverdell, Texas, set in her routines and secure in her position as the town’s most respected woman — until a hole in her roof draws the attention of Abel Brown, a smooth-talking drifter intent on renovating Eleanor’s house, and possibly her life. Can the unexpected sparks of late-life romance be trusted, or is there truth in the gossip that Abel isn’t all that he seems to be? Either way, the whole town is talking.

*Masks required.
Show Dates & Tickets:
Friday January 7 at 8PM
Saturday January 8 at 8PM
Sunday January 9 at 2PM
Thursday January 13 at 8PM
Friday January 14 at 8PM
Saturday January 15 at 2PM
Saturday January 15 at 8PM
Sunday January 16 at 2PM
Thursday January 20 at 8PM
Friday January 21 at 8PM
Saturday January 22 at 8PM

Free Christmas Concert with Valley Chorale

Join the Valley Chorale for our *free* Christmas concerts on December 10, 11 and 12 in Middletown, Winchester and Front Royal, respectively. This year’s concerts feature classical, sacred and popular selections, sure to lift your spirits!

All concerts are free-of-charge. Seating is limited…arrive early!

COVID safety: all Valley Chorale personnel are fully vaccinated and will perform masked. Concertgoers must wear a mask at all times in the venues.

Robertson Auditorium at Handley Library

Free Christmas Concert with Valley Chorale

Join the Valley Chorale for our *free* Christmas concerts on December 10, 11 and 12 in Middletown, Winchester and Front Royal, respectively. This year’s concerts feature classical, sacred and popular selections, sure to lift your spirits!

All concerts are free-of-charge. Seating is limited…arrive early!

COVID safety: all Valley Chorale personnel are fully vaccinated and will perform masked. Concertgoers must wear a mask at all times in the venues.

Glory Bea: A Shenandoah Christmas Story

Selah Theatre Project presents: GLORY BEA: A Shenandoah Christmas Story

GLORY BEA: A Shenandoah Christmas Story, by Rich Follett and Larry Dahlke, set in the 1930’s in the Shenandoah Valley and the Depression has hit the valley residents. The return of the Wayside Theatre holiday favorite is being presented by Selah Theatre Project, in partnership with Lord Fairfax Community College on December 10-12 & 17-19, 2021. The diverse cast of actors from Winchester, Frederick, Clarke and Warren Counties are mixed with community actors, young actors ages 6-13 and LFCC students.

The two-act musical is partly based on real Valley families and events during the Great Depression, when families needed work and the CCC was providing jobs creating the Skyline Drive on the Blue Ridge. For the Thorne family, many promises are made. The Pineville Christmas Eve pageant will not be complete without its Christmas Cedar Tree. But, the blizzard of ’33 is causing havoc on the family members trying to get home for Christmas through the blinding snowstorm. It’s Christmas Eve – anything is possible on Christmas Eve. Hard times, an argument over a tree, a baby born at Christmas, a little girl lost in the snow, redbirds and angels…and a miraculous homecoming.

GLORY BEA: A Shenandoah Christmas Story will be performed at Lord Fairfax Community College in the William H. McCoy Theatre on December 10-12 & 17-19, 2021. Tickets are $15 for General Admission/$12 for Students or Seniors 55+. Patrons are being asked to bring an unwrapped toy for Embrace Treatment Foster Care. Seating is limited.

Purchase Tickets at: www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTMwNzEx

www.selahtheatreproject.org