Ladies of spring:
Talented women in three upcoming concerts
This spring, we've got three performances featuring talented women with impressive resumesand tickets are selling fast for these outstanding shows! Join us in the Carriage House Theatre for:
||Fri, March 7, 8pm
This Grammy-nominated vocal artist first rose to fame in 1990 with her debut album Circle of One and her hit single "Get Here." Her songs are journeys of the heart, drawing from the realms of gospel, soul, and R&B.
||Sat, March 29, 8pm
Capturing the hearts of fans and fellow artists with songs like "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone" and "I Don't Want to Wait," Cole's career has included multiple Grammy wins and 18 solo albums.
||Thu, April 17, 7:30pm
Women Fully Clothed
A comedic quartet with a potent pedigree: these women have written for Saturday Night Live, appeared in iconic comedy films like Groundhog Day, Hairspray, and more, and been called the funniest women in Canada.
A limited number of seats remain for all three of these performances, so get yours while you still can! Perfect for date night, ladies' night, or any excuse you can think of to visit our beautiful grounds for an evening.
Get your tickets online now or call the Box Office at 408-961-5858 10am-4pm Monday-Friday. Click here for a full list of upcoming Carriage House Theatre concerts.
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LAP artists on the move: Bay Area Now 7
|Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Mark your calendars! Yerba Buena Center for the Arts triennial exhibition, Bay Area Now 7, will run from July 18 to September 28and for the first time, fellows from Montalvo's Lucas Artists Residency Program will be a part of it!
Now in its seventh iteration, Bay Area Now will feature a number of projects installed throughout Yerba Buena Centers campus and galleries, each coordinated by a select group of local partner organizations. Montalvos contribution will be work by LAP Artists-in-Residence Susan O'Malley and Leah Rosenberg.
Click here to visit the LAP blog and learn moreand be sure to follow the blog for all of the latest happenings with our artists!