Powerhouse ensemble Makoto Taiko celebrates their 20th Anniversary concert at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center! Awe-inspiring Japanese percussion features Grammy-nominated Taiko musician, composer, and producer Shoji Kameda, Grammy-Award winning Taiko master Koji Nakamura, renowned shakuhachi flutist Rachel Rudich, and exciting koto artist Kozue Matsumoto. Enjoy artist meet-and-greet after the concert. Professionals, community artists, and youth ensembles join forces in this once-in-a-lifetime, commemorative celebration!
Dance Conservatory of Pasadena presents our Annual Spring Ballet 2019 - Sleeping Beauty.
With original music by Tchaikovsky and original choreography by Petipa, this historic and romantic ballet is reinterpreted with a light-hearted twist for our youngest dancers.
Set in a magical forest, this ballet whisks you away on a journey where we meet beautiful princesses and fairies.
Come celebrate our students' progress and dedication to dance in this beautiful production of Sleeping Beauty!
Choreography by Caroline Broes and Natalie Sanchez.
Dance Conservatory of Pasadena presents our Annual Spring Showcase 2019.
This showcase features the dedicated dancers of our Tech Program.
The show begins with excerpts from La Bayadere. Original music by Minkus and original choreography by Petipa. Adaptation and additional choreography by Sasha Greschenko and Patricia Godfrey. DCP’s performance includes the famous act of Kingdom of Shades with all our tech students participating on stage.
After intermission, the dancers who competed at the 2019 Regional YAGP competition will present a selection of solos, pas de deux and ensembles. This will be followed by group pieces for each tech level. It will include Hip Hop ensemble choreographed by Joe Chaplin, Contemporary ensemble choreographed by Shannon Johnson Grayson and Jazz ensemble choreographed by Shauna Goddard-Barger.
Come support the talented, dedicated and beautiful dancers of DCP. This is surely a performance you will not want to miss!
Country legend Johnny Cash is faithfully recreated by tribute artist James Garner and his boom-chicka-boom Tennessee Three band! Garner brings the Man in Black's biggest hits to life such as Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk the Line, and Ring of Fire. Personal anecdotes of America's beloved Country Music Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Songwriters Hall of Fame icon makes this a not to be missed, toe-tapping trip down memory lane! Arcadia Police Department Sergeant Dan Morgan is Lifetime Achievement Award honoree in memoriam. VIP artist meet & greet and desserts is after the show. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., concert begins 7:00 p.m. at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $20 to VIP $60 with student prices available. Use OFF30 at check-out for early bird 30% off.
Creativity brings technology to life at the popular annual Arcadia STEAM + M Festival. Jedi Training Academy, music, hoopers light up tech booths, invention showcase, and science workshops. Kona Shaved Ice, tacos, crafts, and games top off a fun summer evening. $5 entry, free for guests five years old and under. Donate a new book to the Arcadia Library, get a free raffle ticket!
"Game of Survival" is a thrilling adventure that leaves the fate of the show in the hands of the audience. Orchesis Dance Company’s professional quality production showcases diverse genres including contemporary, hip-hop, bollywood, jazz and more. Every dance is full of dynamic movements, dramatic music, and passionate emotions. This solely student run production consists of dancers, backstage crew members, and ushers. There will be featured choreography from the dancers and professionals within the industry. Unlike anything Orchesis has done before, this one of a kind show is sure to captivate the audiences’ attention. Join us for the ultimate Game of Survival!
Chicago co-founder and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame drummer Danny Seraphine features Grammy Award-winning icon Bill Champlin who makes this concert his farewell to touring. Iconic guest artists will make special appearances with Seraphine, Champlin, and CTA's powerful vocals and horns. Chicago’s classic hits from the 70’s like “25 or 6 to 4" and “Saturday in the Park” and from the 80’s power ballad era like “Hard Habit to Break,” “You’re the Inspiration,” and “Look Away" will delight all audiences. This spring gala supports arts scholarships and honors Bill Champlin, and philanthropists Jim and Shelly Romo. Arcadia High School Pep Band opens the concert. This is a once-in-a-lifetime evening not to be missed!
Enjoy Photos With Santa, Mrs. Claus Storytime, Santa's Workshop, Hot Cocoa Bar, Santa's Treats, Raffle Row with prizes. Find a Platinum Prize in Santa's Stocking and win tickets to Knotts Berry Farm. Actor Gene Hopkins is master of ceremonies for Santa's Stage featuring Chanteurs, First Avenue Choir, Longley Way GLEE, Galaxy Girls, surprise artists, and President's Volunteer Service Awards. $5 admissions, free for two years-old and younger. Donate a new unwrapped toy and get free entry. Donate a non-perishable item to the Foothill Unity food bank bin and get a free raffle ticket. Give back and have fun at this popular annual festival!
The Arcadia High School’s Dance Department is hosting its highly anticipated Charity Dance Show! Featured in this performance are Arcadia High School’s beginning, and intermediate dance students, as well as Orchesis Dance Company. There will also be performances by professional and pre-professional dance companies from the Los Angeles region. The night will be full of electrifying performances of all dance genres. From Contemporary, Jazz, Hip-Hop and more, there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy!
Arcadia High School's award-winning Arcadia Stage and Stagecraft class present their sensational fall production. Seniors and Students $10, Adults $15, VIP $30. All tickets are open seating. Season Circle Members and Annual Pass holders please claim your complimentary seats 4 weeks prior to show. Part of the Theatre Series.
Brilliant maestro Carlo Ponti conducts the professional Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra in their Arcadia Performing Arts Center concert debut. Thrilling symphonic works by Samuel Barber and Gustav Holst climax in Mozart’s uplifting “Coronation” Mass with award-winning Arcadia High School Chanteurs and Arcadia Choral Society. Part of the Classical Series made possible by Lee Family.
9-time Billboard jazz charts legend and Grammy Award-winner Steve Tyrell headlines our opening night's Star Party Gala. Honorees are Alan and Sandy Whitman. VIP red carpet starts at 5:00 with private meet-and-greet, appetizers, four-course dinner, silent auction. Doors open at 7:00 for the 7:30 certificate presentation and concert. Click ORDER TICKETS to buy single tickets or VIP table of 10. Part of the Legacy Series.