For the past decade, Americana duo The Honey Dewdrops (Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish) have performed fresh, original songs influenced by traditional Appalachian music with a contemporary flare. You'll hear it in their harmony-soaked songs and the mastery of their instruments' acoustic tones, but also in their songwriting, which reflects the hard realities of today. With a versatile musical setup that includes a clawhammer banjo, mandolin and acoustic guitars, they blend folk and acoustic with a hint of bluegrass to create music that is powerful, heartfelt and authentic. Learn more and buy tickets.
A 2019 Latin Grammy nominee, Sonia De Los Santos uses Latin American rhythms to show the joy she sees in everyday life. This unique concert will include songs from her debut album, Mi Viaje: De Nuevo León to the New York Island, which reflects her experiences growing up in Mexico, moving to another country, learning about other cultures, and in the process, feeling closer to her own heritage. Messages of joyful community music making and cultural bridge building will inspire and excite children and grown-ups of all backgrounds. Learn more and buy tickets.
We are excited to announce our 15th season! Although this year will look a bit different, we are thrilled to bring you four incredible musical performances that are great for the whole family. To ensure that we can gather safely, we have moved all 2021 shows to May and June to create a unique spring/summer afternoon concert series on Saturdays and Sundays at 3 p.m. The three shows featuring vocals will be held outdoors in the Hillman Center's loading dock and rear parking lot, while our one instrumental performance will be held inside our spacious Richard E. Rauh Theater, with socially distant seating and safety protocols. Learn more.
The Hillman Center for Performing Arts is seeking artists to showcase their work at the Hillman Center during shows and events. Learn more about being a part of our Emerging Artists Series.