We regret to announce that the Kent State Performing Arts Center has cancelled all events through April 13
for health and safety purposes. This does include our scheduled concert Different Drums on April 4.
The PAC box office has already started processing refunds. You can read more about this on the
PAC facebook page
The Hey Mavis! concert on June 6 and the annual Summer Camp (June 15-18) are currently on hold. We will share more information
as the state of the pandemic unfolds.
The Children's Chorus festival concert on April 18 and the TPCC concert on May 3 are both canceled. This concludes the
spring semester of our Tuscarawas Philharmonic Children's Chorus program. Any student who signed up this semester can rejoin
next semester without cost.
Kaylee Bontrager performs Mendelssohn
Philharmonic Summer Camp
June 15-18, 2020
Summer Camp is currently on hold.
The TUSCARAWAS PHILHARMONIC PERFORMING ARTS CAMP is a thoughtfully designed music enrichment program for young musicians.
Each day will include fun learning experiences to help make the music camp an unforgettable adventure with lasting impact.
And to top it off, students will perform a FREE concert on Thursday evening at the Kent State Performing Arts Center.
This event is currently on hold as we await further direction regarding the progress of the pandemic.
Hey Mavis! is the celebrated eclectic folk music quartet from northeast Ohio that has gained a
following all over the US and online. They'll join the Philharmonic as special guests in a concert
featuring Silver Ribbon Dreams, their album of songs about the history and legacy of the Ohio and Erie Canal,
with orchestrations by Eric Benjamin.
This concert has been canceled. We are working to reschedule this concert for next year.
Tusc. Phil Link Up Concert
April 30, 2020
This concert is on hold.
Project Link Up is bringing together nearly 3,000 local elementary school students and their music teachers
to perform along side the Tuscarawas Philharmonic orchestra for a concert performance. The program is founded by Carnegie Hall,
which are providing all educational resources to guide music educators and students to learn about music, the orchestra, its instruments,