The GSO presents “All Creatures Great & Small,” a wonderful concert for animal lovers. Everyone who loves going to the zoo will delight in hearing music that brings to life snakes, donkeys, horses, butterflies, bumble bees, lions, ducks, cats, wolves, elephants, panthers, monkeys and more! The GSO performs "On the Trail" by Grofë from the Grand Canyon Suite, "Mariposas Exoticas (Exotic Butterflies)," "Dancing Snakes," "I Wan’na Be Like You" from The Jungle Book, Leroy Anderson’s "Chicken Reel," Mancini’s "Baby Elephant Walk" and the "Pink Panther," and music from the Lion King.
Deck the Halls Holiday Concert
Conducted by Music Director Michael Gelfand and featuring Greenville Symphony Orchestra, Greenville Area Community Theater and SAY Chorus
Note that this concert is in addition to regular season concert season. Tickets are sold separately from patron season tickets.
A dinner theatre murder myster by Nathan Hartswick to benefit the 11th Annual Greenville Heritage Days
November 4 at 6 p.m. and November 5 at 4 p.m.
Tickets: $30 per person - only 60 tickets sold per performance
Contact a committee member or call
Pat Roth, 724-588-5409
Leslie Graul, 724-456-3947
Carolyn McCright, 724-456-1949
Jean Carr, 724-456-3180
Dinner choices: chicken piccata, beef burgandy, cheese tortellini
Sponsored by the Eagles 805 Ladies Auxiliary. PUBLIC WELCOME
You do not have to be able to paint to enjoy an evening with instructor Brandon Cowie. He will show you how step by step.
Cost is $30 and includes supplies, instruction, cider, wine and munchies
Tickets are available from Ladies Aux officers, the bartender or from Jean Carr, 724-456-3180
Proceeds benefit Greenville Symphony Orchestra
Art, Music, Wine and Hors d'oeuvres
Tickets: $30 per person / $50 per couple
Participating artists include:
- David Fisher, wood carver
- Ed Stitt, painter
- Lynn Cardwll, potter
- Larry Beckstein, painter
- JD Titzel, painter
- Bill Aubochon, photographer
- Don Thomas, painter
- Betsy Hughes, fabric art
- Bobby Baker, drawings
- Jocelyn Beatty, painter
- Andrew James, painter
- Bryan Steinberg, potter
- Ben Beck, painter
- Kyle Marini, varied
- Ron Pivovar, potter
- Sean McConner, painter
- Jill Zikmund, multi-media
- Kate Frissora, painter/potter
- Jeff Piper, clay
Community Fest is sponsored by Thiel College, the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, and Padrone's Pizza & Pub.
Join us on Main Street for live music, beer/food tents, kid's zone, various vendors, cornhole tournament, and a whole lot of fun!
Vendors apply here. There is a small fee.
Free admission. For additional information contact, 724-588-7150 or 724-589-2201.
Feature the talented musicians of the GSO in an orchestral extravaganza with overtures, waltzes, dances, marches, and tangos. This very colorful program includes Mozart's Marriage of Figaro Overture, Strauss' Blue Danube Waltz, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March, Tangos by Sousa and Anderson, and Tchaikovsky's vibrant Capriccio Espagnol. The GSO will perform the breathtaking finale to the Saint-Saens Organ Symphony No. 3 with organist Karyn Kirchofer as soloist.
Sponsored by Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and co-sponsored with Northwestern PA Synod
Organ music of the Reformation - Celebrating 500 Years in Christ's Priestly Prayer through the Musical Theology of J.S. Bach
The concert is free and open to the public. An opportunity will be provided for a free-will offering to support the series
Featuring "Jeans 'n Classics"
Sponsored by Greenville Symphony Orchestra
This group of top flight musicians from Canada presents an exciting evening of the music of ABBA. Everyone is sure to enjoy the mix of vocals, classic rock and the GSO. This entertaining performance will include all of the most famous ABBA songs and is sure to rekindle memories and the joy of hearing all this music again live.
Visit the GSO website for sponsorship opportunities and tickets.
Sponsored by Friends of Music at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
The quartet consists of Nanette Adams, flute, Kathy Zetts, oboe, Mike Vara, clarinet, Marc Fannin, bassoon, and James Fuller, horn. They perform a varied repertoire ranging from J.S. Bach to the Beatles.
The concert is free and open to the public. An opportunity will be provided for a free-will offering to support the series.
The Greenville Area Community Theatre presents "The Wizard of Oz"
- Friday and Saturday, July 22 & 23 at 7:30 p.m.
- Friday and Saturday, July 29 & 30 at 7:30 p.m.
- Sunday, July 24 & 31 at 3:00 p.m.
Tickets: Adults $15; Seniors $12; Students Grade 7+ $10; Students Grade K-6 $5; Children pre-K free
Pre-sale tickets for the center section seats available Monday through Thursday at the box office after July 4 from 6 to 7 p.m. All remaining tickets sold at the door.
Greenville High School's new Snyder-Stone Stadium at Stewart Field
Kid's Inning - raffle tickets will be available on game day to give area children a chance to play against the Steelers.
50/50 raffle and Chinese auction - tickets will be available for a chance to win awesome Steelers' merchandise.
Concessions will be available.
Tickets $5 per person and available at Greenville's Care-Fill Pharmacy.
Proceeds benefit local charities. No rain date or refunds.
GSO Gems and Favorites
The spring concert features six exceptionally talented Greenville Symphony Orchestra musicians in solo numbers. You won't want to miss this amazing concert. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 7:30 p.m. event.
Tickets: $15 adults / $12 seniors / students and children free
Visit www.thegreenvillesymphony.org or call 724-588-6164.
Mark your calendar for the annual GACT Gives Back performance at Fresh Grounds...saturday Dec. 5th at 7pm* A reading of A Christmas Carol and some singing from your hometown players following the parade. A wonderful way to end a fun day downtown, grab a hot cocoa at Fresh Grounds and help support GACT as they raise funds for a good cause. (Admission is free, a good will offering will be held to raise money for a local charitable organization).
Friday, October 16th
Deck Edison/The Inexperienced - Entertainment starting at 7pm
Local artwork on display at the Packard Paint Outdoor Gallery
Friend Records invites you out to the "Road Block Bash" on Friday, October 23rd, to see local musicians Deck Edison and The Inexperienced perform!
For the past couple of months, a large chunk of Main Street has been closed to traffic because of a building in danger of falling down, temporarily crippling many of Main Street's businesses. In response, many business owners have worked in collaboration to create "The Road Block Bash": Every Friday night, a festival is held on the closed stretch of Main Street. Restaurants serve food, businesses set up outside, and sometimes they even have live music or movies.
On October 23rd, Friend Records will present two of their artists in a free concert out side. We hope you will join us!
Deck Edison- Deck Edison, (formerly Koehler and John) was formed by brothers Doug and Gabriel Koehler in 2008. Over the last 5 years they have developed a unique style of folk, new wave, 70s rock. The band formed when Doug, who was living in Nashville playing music with his brother Greg, married and moved home to Ohio. There he discovered a musical relationship with his younger brother Gabriel, who had been playing and teaching guitar. Together they found a natural blend of harmony and creative writing.
The Inexperienced- The Inexperienced is the solo project of Jimmy Gregory (of The Dave Buchanan Band). Based in New Wilmington, a rural town equidistant from Pittsburgh and Cleveland, he intertwines folk elements with midwest emo structure and sentiments. He is currently working on a series of releases after tirelessly performing the past year.