KINDRED SPIRITS ARTS PROGRAMS
Tickets $20 at the door, $15 when bought in advance to events at Milford Theatre on this website or at Holy Crepes, 224 Broad Street in Milford, PA. No advance discount for tickets to locations other than Milford Theatre. Our convenient 2019 Season Pass guarantees entrance to all events from May through December, it's transferable, and it offers additional savings. Children under 15 admitted free. Dates, artists and programs are subject to change. For more information call (570) 409-1269 or send an email to email@example.com
Sat. July 13, Milford Theatre, 7:30 pm
Silence in Trouble: Bon Débarras (Good Riddance)
One of Quebec’s most celebrated folk ensembles brings together music, dance and poetry in a distinctive and highly energetic blend of tradition and modernity
Special Event! Sat. August 3, from noon to 8 pm.
Classical Music Celebration
Free performances by the groups of musicians, singers and dancers throughout the historic district of Milford, PA. Details TBA.
Sat. August 17, Grey Towers N.H.S., 5:30 pm
Sunday, August 18, Hawley Silk Mill, 4 pm
Weaving Through: Feigelson-Matheus Duo
Two talented musicians and longtime friends, Eugene Feigelson on violin and Jacob Matheus on guitar, will weave between eras and genres embellished by short, improvised interludes. The program includes Bach, Paganini, Faure, Gershwin, and music created by the artists themselves.
Sat. September 14, Milford Theatre, 7:30 pm, as part of SeptemberFest.
Seven Billion: Kiran Ahluwalia
A modern exponent of the great vocal traditions of India and Pakistan, the singer and her distinctive band infuse elements of African desert blues and Western music styles to create a completely unique multicultural experience.
Sat. October 5, St. Patrick's Church Hall, 7:30 pm
Garden of Joys and Sorrows: Hat Trick Trio
This virtuosic flute-viola-harp trio of New York City musicians offers classical masterpieces (e.g. Debussy and DuBois) along with recently written music by Astor Piazzolla, Sofia Gubaidulina and Grammy-nominated composer Miguel del Aguila.
Sat. November 2, Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 7:30 pm
Who Killed Leclair? Infusion Baroque
A lively investigation into the murder of Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764) by a consummate ensemble of Baroque flute, violin, cello and harpsichord. The program also includes music of Leclair’s rival, composer Jean-Pierre Guignon
Sat. December 14, Milford Theatre, 5:30 pm
Holidays Around the Globe: Astrid Kuljanic
Croatian-born singer and musicians of the Transatlantic Exploration Company will delight the audience with an array of music and song of the Balkan region and Western Europe, American jazz standards, Brazilian sambas, and more, including a holiday-related repertoire.