Music, All Ages
The Plymouth Arts Center presents “Celtic Christmas,” four performances of beautiful Christmas music, both traditional and contemporary. This concert features vocalists Tom Clegg, Julie Henze, Neal Horneck, Kerrylynn Kraemer, and Roy Schwab, under the direction of Clegg and Kraemer with accompaniment by Celtic Folk musicians and special guests, The Harp Twins. The show is sponsored by Sargento and Masters Gallery. The show dates are Nov. 21, 22. And 23 @ 7:30pm and Nov. 24 @ 2pm. Tickets are available in advance for $13 or $15 at the door. Tickets for Children 12 and under are $5 in advance; $6 at the Door. Tax is included. Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Call (920) 892-8409 or visit our website:www.plymoutharts.org. PAC Box office hours are: Tuesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm and Saturday-Sunday 12-3pm. We are closed on Mondays
The Celtic group originated in 2013 at the Plymouth Arts Center under the direction of co-creators/directors, Kraemer and Clegg. Their first production was “Celtic Christmas” in 2013. The success of this show encouraged the directors to design additional shows: Celtic Christmas in 2014 & 2017; Celtic Folk “Memories” in 2017; and Celtic Folk “History,” in April 2019. As the group evolves, new elements are introduced for each show, such as adding different instruments, a choir, soloists, dancers, etc. to help make it a memorable experience. The group would like to thank photographer Ken Pannier and the Log Cabin Orchard, Julie and Scott Overby, owners, for the wonderful setting for this year’s photo.
Young harpists Camille and Kennerly Kitt, known as the HARP TWINS, have achieved extraordinary success by taking Electric Harps and Concert Grand Harps to unprecedented levels and smashing boundaries between different genres of music. The duo has amassed over 1.5 million fans across their social media sites and over 95 million views on their YouTube music videos, making Camille and Kennerly the most followed and recognizable harp duo in the world. Mixing their virtuoso harp skills with their stunningly complex arrangements of rock, metal, and soundtrack hits - as well as Celtic Nordic inspired original songs - the Harp Twins deliver exciting, comedic, and interactive performances audiences cannot forget! Billy Idol said, “If you live long enough, you get to hear this (Harp Twins’) version of White Wedding! National press quotes: “Rather than turn their attention to obvious, classically grounded territory, The Harp Twins have made a name for themselves covering the likes of Iron Maiden, offering classics a fascinating new lease on life.” ~Metal Hammer Magazine “Elegant, wistful, excellent!” ~CBS News “Some things in the world are so beautiful and pure attempting to describe them in words would be futile. Such is the case with electric harpists, and identical twins, Camille and Kennerly.” ~HuffPost
Community Event, All Ages
Plymouth Arts Center is very saddened to announce that our summer Cheese Capital Jazz & Blues Crawl, scheduled for Friday, August 14, 2020 has officially been canceled amidst concerns over COVID-19. We have been pondering for many weeks over this decision. Due to the Jazz Crawl’s potential to bring large crowds together in small areas, we decided that it would be best to cancel for this year. As always, our top priority is the safety and health of our performers, guests, volunteers, and venues. We are incredibly disappointed that we won’t be able to see all of you and share in an evening of great Jazz & Blues music, we will miss you! Each year we look forward to this important and necessary fundraising event for our organization, this year would have been our 17th annual. We’ll be back next year, and we sincerely hope that good health and prosperity for our community and country returns. We ask you to please mark your calendar for next year’s fundraiser, Friday, August 13, 2021!
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Art, All Ages
Wisconsin artists inspired by the renewed interest in the encaustic medium will exhibit their art. The encaustic medium uses colored pigment added to hot beeswax. The wax can be heated by several different sources and applied to a surface such as wood or canvas and also shaped into three-dimensional art. This technically challenging medium is seeing increased interest by artists because of its dimensional quality and luminous color.