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Guitar in one hand and his audience in the other, Lenny Tepsich greets children and they light up with anticipation. When he leaves, they never forget having met Mr. Music. He motivates kids with simple songs sung by children for generations as well as original tunes he writes just for them. In 1988, his daughter’s...Find out more »
Join the State College Area High School Thespians for an enchanted New Year’s Eve featuring some princesses and princes and a few surprise guests. Each will have a musical story to share and will interact with all of the guests at the ball. The program is especially suitable for children. A First Night Button is required for...Find out more »
Arietta Women’s Ensemble, under the direction of Janice Mianulli, was founded in 2001 by a group of musicians who did not want to give up singing during the State College Choral Society summer hiatus. Since its inception, Arietta has performed with the State College Choral Society, and at national conferences at Penn State in addition...Find out more »
Tussey Mountain Moonshiners is a progressive bluegrass/Americana band from central Pennsylvania. A Moonshiners performance features dynamic songwriting, singing, and strong improvisational musicianship from all five members, as the band creates energy and joy with audiences at every live show. In 2010, the band won the prestigious DelFest Bluegrass Band Competition in Cumberland, Maryland. A First Night...Find out more »
Black Cat Belly Dance of State College performs traditional raqs sharqi (belly dance) as well as the folkloric dances of Egypt and beyond. Featuring Shannon Bishop and the members of the Black Cat Dance Ensemble, every show will bring you a sampling of music and dance from across the Middle East. All shows are high...Find out more »
After returning from a tour of the Baltic States with the International Flute Orchestra, Judy Moore was inspired to form State College’s flute choir, Toot-in-Common. The group’s repertoire consists of popular and classical favorites arranged for flute choir and works written especially for flute choir. Instrumentation includes one piccolo, six to eight C flutes, alto...Find out more »
Best described as a show without boundaries, Hilby is the living proof that being German doesn’t mean you can’t be funny. While being an expert in juggling all sorts of objects and subjects as well as countless circus and variety skills (such as unicycling, ropewalking, unsupported ladder, fire manipulations and eating, balancing stunts and the...Find out more »
Since ancient times storytelling has enchanted people of all ages. Middle-earth Studios’ kind of story-telling is an interactive celebration that brings out the kid in everyone. Anyone can be a part of their story as they costume up to 100 people from the audience. This year’s show, The Meistersingers of Nuremburg, is a tale inspired...Find out more »
Li Liu was born in Shenyang in northeast China, and began acrobatic training when she was six years old. Shortly thereafter she was chosen to attend The Chinese National Circus School in Beijing. For many years Ms. Liu traveled extensively throughout Europe, Africa and Asia with The Liaoning Acrobatic Arts Troupe. She performed with Zirkus...Find out more »
In the last few years, Erin has lived in different parts of the country- from Texas to Northern California, to North Carolina composing songs along the way composing songs that draw from soul, swing, bluegrass, country, and good old rock and roll influences. Her songs tell stories of cheating motel owners, colorful dresses, coal mining towns, and...Find out more »
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