The Weinberg Center announces its first show at New Spire Arts since it took over the space

The Weinberg Center announces its first show at New Spire Arts since it took over the space

The Weinberg Center for the Arts brings a variety of music to its latest stage in the New Spire Arts this fall with a blend of Americana, folk and symphonic music. The Black Box Theatre, located in the Frederick Theater District at 15 West Patrick Street, is located in the famous downtown building that was formerly home to McCrory’s Five and Dime, and is now operated by the Weinberg Center for the Arts. New Spire Arts ticket sales will be handled through the Weinberg Center box office and can be purchased online at WeinbergCenter.org, by calling 301-600-2828, or in person at the Weinberg Center box office at 20 West Patrick Street.

First in the table is Americana Duo, Chatham rabbitsSaturday 15 October at 8:00 pm. Married duo Sarah and Austin McCombie prefer simple vocal arrangements that display the versatility and maturity of songwriting. Performing tracks from their latest album, If You See Me Riding By, Americana fans will fall in love with their traditional folk sound as the duo connect with audiences in a warm and cosmopolitan way. More information about the band can be found on their website over here.

The Tivoli Discovery Series, a long-running party series for emerging artists, is moving from its home in the Weinberg Center to a more intimate space in New Spire Arts this season. Americana will be the first concert to pay what they want from this series Bill and Bills Thursday, November 3 at 7:30 pm. Described as “what may be the most innovative modern interpretation of ancient roots music,” Bill and the Belles will play music from their cheery new album, Happy Again. Headquartered in Johnson City, Tennessee, this country-Americana group brings their melody along with distinctive harmonies, candid songwriting, and pop sensibilities as they perform tracks full of life, humor, and tongue-in-cheek explorations of love and loss. More information about the band can be found on their website over here.

Friday 4th November brings T It’s Harry Chapin’s band To New Spire Arts at 7:30 p.m., to celebrate Harry Chapin’s fifth decade of music. Beginning in 1971, they helped Harry create music. Since 1981, they have kept the music alive. Harry Chapin’s band has been delighting fans for decades as they continue to celebrate by performing the late songwriter’s most beloved recordings like Taxi, Cat’s In The Cradle, WOLD, and Mr. Tanner, to name a few. In keeping with his spirit and talent, Harry Chapin’s band has committed to preserving the authenticity of the music while recreating Harry’s most famous story in a two-hour programme. More information about the band can be found on their website over here.

The National Symphony Series Returns to New Spire Arts on Saturday 5th November at 7:30pm. Founded in 2013, National String Symphonia (NSS) is a fully professional symphony string orchestra, going beyond typical orchestral audiences to become an integral part of the musical lives of listeners of all ages and stages. With a portfolio of work spanning nearly 500 years, NSS strives to innovate the concert experience, exploring new and different ways of presenting music – including using video elements and educational presentations. Their goal is to increase the accessibility and relevance of music while ensuring high-quality performance. More information about the orchestra can be found on their website over here.

More shows will be added to both theaters’ schedules in the coming months. A full list of the artists and performers scheduled for both venues can be found at WeinbergCenter.org. Pictures are available upon request.

About the Weinberg Center for the Arts

The Weinberg Center for the Arts is one of the region’s leading performing arts providers, offering film, music, dance, theater, and family-focused programming. Located in the historic Tivoli Film Theater in downtown Frederick, Maryland, the Weinberg Center strives to ensure the arts remain accessible to both local and regional audiences. Weinberg Center events are made possible with significant support from the City of Frederick, the Maryland State Arts Council, Blamundon Hospitality Partners, and other corporate and individual donors.

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