March 19th – 26th

    Silk and Bamboo: A Musical Journey to Taiwan

    “Silk and Bamboo” spans a broad range of musical moods, timbres, and tempos, and regional styles. It includes traditional pieces, modern Sizhu compositions, and Taiwanese folk songs. Your experience at the concert will be enhanced by the CCSA Middle School Dance Company’s performance of a Chinese Ribbon Dance. The Art Gallery will be open for viewing an exhibit of Chinese Brush Paintings done by CCSA students under the guidance of artist Bess H. Tieh. Cab Calloway School of the Arts Theatre, March 19th, 7 p.m.

    Spring Art Show

    The Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts (DFVA) brings together more than seventy well-known artists from the Brandywine Valley area to exhibit and sell new works. Browse this exceptional collection of original art, sculpture, porcelain, and jewelry. Event admission is $5 for not-yet members, free for members and children under eighteen. Hagley Museum and Library, March 20th, 10 a.m., March 21st 11 a.m.

    One Night Of Queen

    One Night of Queen returns to The Grand having blazed international stages, playing theatres, arenas and festivals to sell-out crowds. Along with his band, The Works, Gary Mullen delivers the sound and the incredible showmanship that was the hallmark of Queen in concert. You’ll be rockin’ to your favorite rabble-rousing renditions of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Somebody to Love,” “We are the Champions” and many more! “Indeed, for one night only, Queen and Freddie Mercury came back to life,” says The Salt Lake Tribune. The Grand, March 24th, 8 p.m.

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    Spring Classical Concert

    The Dover Symphony Orchestra has chosen Schubert’s Ninth Symphony in C as this concert’s centerpiece. A well-known overture will be performed, and the winner of the Youth Concerto Competition will be featured. Schwartz Center for the Arts, March 21st, 3 p.m.

    Fiddler On The Roof

    A collaborative effort between Cape High’s Theatre and Performing Arts Academy and Clear Space Productions, this beloved family musical tells the story of Tevye and his family as they endeavor to cling to their traditions despite outside influences. Featuring Ken Skrzesz as Tevye, Donna DeKuyper as Golde, Elaine Faye as Yente, and students of the Theatre Arts Academy, the largest Clear Space cast to date brings this “tradition” to life through beautiful music and extraordinary dancing! Cape Henlopen Theatre, March 19th & 20th 7 p.m., March 21st, 3 p.m.

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