Billboard-Charting artist Lucy Kaplansy tells us in her own words why she's excited for her solo performance in the Stoltz Listening Room this Sunday evening, April 12th. Doors are at 6:30 and show time at 7:00pm. You can read more about Lucy and purchase tickets HERE.
It’s not often that we have a show in the Stoltz Listening Room on a Tuesday evening, and it’s not often that we ask a performer to return less than six months after his Stoltz Listening Room debut. But before Matt Andersen had even finished his sound check for his first performance last November, we knew we were in for a special night, and that we’d jump at the chance to have him again.
The Avalon Foundation seeks new artists to join our Arts in Easton Banner Program. Through this program works of art have adorned the lamp posts of downtown Easton for the past 15 years. The goal of the Arts in Easton Banner Program is to market the Town of Easton as a vibrant arts community and a destination for artists and collectors alike. If you are interested in becoming an Arts in Easton Banner Artist, here is what you need to know:
The Avalon Foundation seeks an enthusiastic, outgoing individual with experience in sound engineering and lighting design, along with a desire to learn and gain experience in the arts & entertainment, show business, and event planning industries.
The Avalon Foundation's annual Holiday performance - This year Miracle on 34th Street - premiers tonight, December 19th at 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30. Other performances are Saturday, December 20th at 7:00pm, Sunday, December 21st at 2:00pm, a special Dinner Theatre performance on Monday, December 22nd at 6:00pm, and concludes the weekend after Christmas with performances on Saturday, December 27th at 7:00pm and Sunday, December 28th at 2:00pm.
Becca Newell, one third of Fox Twin Trilogy, shares with us some of her fondest memories of Easton's music scene, and how it has grown in the years since she first arrived. Fox Twin Trilogywill perform their first headline show and celebrate their first EP release in the Stoltz Listening Roomthis Thursday, December 4th at 8:00pm.
The Avalon Foundation is taking a big chance this year. We hate junk mail. It is an enormous waste. For many years the Avalon Foundation contributed to the problem. Annually the Foundation needs contributions of over $500,000 to continue its work. Each December we have sent thousands of letters in order to reach that goal. The cost of sending these letters is substantial. By making our end of year appeal totally online this year every dollar given will go to providing opportunities that bring people joy, versus more paper that a lot people throw away.
Just in time for this weekend's 44th annual Waterfowl Festival, Natalie Costanzo, Director of Outreach and Development for the Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy, writes about her organization's upcoming Wild and Scenic Film Festival, coming to the Avalon Theatre the weekend after Waterfowl. Natalie discusses in detail 2 of the 10 short films to be screened inside the Avalon Theatre.