River City Brass Band from Pittsburgh will perform at Shippensburg University's Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Feb. 11 and Feb. 12
Maryland Symphony Orchestra's MasterWorks III at The Maryland Theatre in Hagers-town. The concert highlights the work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as a celebration of his 250th birthday. Features MSO clarinetist Beverly Butts.
The National Christian Choir has two shows of traditional sacred music at Capitol Theatre Center in Chambersburg, Pa. The choir's 220 members come from more than 100 churches in the Washington, D.C., region.
Second annual Community Talent Show Extravaganza! at Apollo Civic Theatre.
Lecture with author and Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison at Shippensburg University's Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Spirit of the Dance at Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Md. Presented by Irish International Dance Company, the performance combines Irish dance with Latino rhythms. The show has won nine Global Awards and broken box-office records in 15 countries, according to Weinberg's Web site.
Actor and comedian Darrell Hammond at Shippensburg University's Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
West Virginia Symphony at Apollo Civic Theatre.
March 25 and March 26
MSO's MasterWorks IV at The Maryland Theatre. A rare selection of audience favorites will be performed. Features pianist Jonathan Biss.
Washington County Arts Council will feature an exhibition entitled "Companion" in its Hagerstown gallery in tribute to the work of the Humane Society of Washington County.
The Four Freshmen, jazz vocalists with pop influences, will perform at Capitol Theatre Center.
The Charlie Daniels Band at Shippensburg University's Luhrs Performing Arts Center. The band won a Grammy in 1979 for best country vocal performance by a duo or group (for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"). Charlie Daniels is currently nominated for a Grammy for best country instrumental performance for "I'll Fly Away."
The Multicultural Gospel Concert at Apollo Civic Theatre will feature church choirs from the Eastern Panhandle. The event is free. A love offering will be taken with proceeds benefiting the production cost. For more information, call the theater at 1-304-263-6766 or go to www.apollo-theatre.org or www.klwathlete.net.
Rhonda Vincent and the Rage at Weinberg Center for the Arts. Vincent, who has appeared at the Grand Ole Opry, brings her mix of traditional and cutting-edge bluegrass to the Frederick, Md., stage.
Free Marine Band concert at The Maryland Theatre.
April 22 and April 23
MSO's MasterWorks V at The Maryland Theatre. The symphony's season finale features violinist Jennifer Frautschi.
A lecture and poetry reading by Derek Walcott at Mercersburg Academy's chapel. The poet and playwright won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1992. Free.
"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" at The Maryland Theatre. Windwood Productions presents the musical, set in the Roaring '20s, about the zany adventures of a chorus girl. For tickets, go to www.mdtheatre.org or call 301-790-2000.
Maynard Ferguson and the Big Bop Nouveau Band will perform at Shippensburg University's Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
May 19 through May 21 and May 26 through May 28
David Auburn's Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning drama "Proof" at The Old Opera House in Charles Town, W.Va.
Pianist Jim Brickman will perform "An Evening of Romance" program at Weinberg Center for the Arts.