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How To Purchase Tickets

You may purchase tickets for all events in-person at the Museum box office, over the phone at (303) 651-8374, or by using the links below. Children age 3 and under are free if they sit on a lap.

View the seating chart for the Auditorium. 

Winter/Spring Auditorium Programming

Buntport
Friday Afternoon Concerts
Art show 1:30 pm, Concert 2:30 pm; $10 general admission
Friday Afternoon Concert Series is presented in partnership with Arts Longmont. Enjoy an art show before each concert and a reception afterwards.

January 18: Cantabile, 30 Years & Counting
This concert celebrates both the music that made Cantabile the choir they are today and also new pieces that send them optimistically into the years ahead. These include favorites by contemporary choral composers Morten Lauridsen, Joan Szymko, and Rosephanye Powell, as well as beauties from the choral canon by Johannes Brahms, Maurice Duruflé, and Gerald Finzi. Buy tickets online
Art Show—Longmont Figure Arts

February 15: Pliego & Buer—Cello & Piano, Brahms-Britten-Beethoven
This recital by Katarin Pliego, cello, and Karin Buer, piano, features sonatas by two German giants —Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms—and an intricate suite for solo cello by British composer Benjamin Britten. Buy tickets online
Art Show—J. Diane Martonis

March 15: Selasee, Reggae Fusion
Born in Accra, Ghana, Selasee grew up exposed to the colorful and energetic sounds of Highlife music. Building on this rich musical background, Selasee created his own style—a unique blend of Reggae, West African Highlife, and American pop music—a genre that threads together English and West African lyrics for a bright and captivating sound. Buy tickets online
Art Show—Jackson Carson

April 19: Boulder Piano Quartet
The Boulder Piano Quartet features some of the area’s finest professional musicians: violinist Charles Wetherbee and pianist David Korevaar from the CU College of Music with violist Matthew Dane and cellist Thomas Heinrich. Their musical imprimatur centers on interesting and unusual repertoire not often found in other concerts. Buy tickets online
Art Show—Dru Marie Robért


Views & Brews American Landscape Film Series
Thursday nights, February 7 - March 7
6 pm: Galleries, bar, and lounge
7:15 pm: Films
$8 general admission, $5 Museum members

In complement to our Ansel Adams: Early Works exhibit, enjoy a series of films featuring the American landscape. Our series will take you from Yosemite’s mighty Half Dome and Wyoming’s Devil’s Tower to Mt. Rushmore and the American South. Special $2 beers from Left Hand Brewing Company. All movies are also paired with a signature cocktail, and galleries are open (5–9 pm) to enjoy for free with your film ticket. Learn more and buy tickets

 


Cantabile: A Musical Life
Sunday, February 10, 2 pm; $15 general admission,
$13 seniors, $10 Museum members, $5 students
Join us for a concert that ignites the joy of musical discovery and inspires the child within all of us. Cantabile, a select chorus of 45 singers, collaborates with the acclaimed Douglass Elementary Choir to perform poetry and music by and about children. The program speaks to music as an enduring passion that teaches us to lift each other up with love and encouragement. Buy tickets online


Buntport Theater: The Rembrandt Room
Friday & Saturday, March 8 & 9, 7:30 pm;
$20 general admission, $18 students/seniors,
$15 Museum members

This is theater unlike you’ve ever experienced—Denver’s acclaimed Buntport Theater comes to Longmont for a dark comedy featuring one woman standing next to one masterpiece for God knows how long. Winner of the Colorado Theatre Guild Henry Award for Outstanding New Play in 2015, this solo performance weaves together real events from the lives of legends such as Rembrandt and Catherine the Great, mythological tales of Zeus and Danaë, and a fictionalized story of a museum security guard. Buy tickets online for March 8 or March 9.

 


On the Ground: Contemporary Landscape Photography after Ansel Adams
Moderated by Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography, Denver Art Museum
Thursday, March 14, 7:15 pm; free admission—tickets required

For two centuries, idealized visions of the American West have lured people in search of adventure, wealth, freedom, and inspiration. Ansel Adams expressed the region’s breathtaking vistas with such skill that his photographs command our respect and inspire our environmental sympathies nearly 100 years after he made them. Join us for a lively conversation with contemporary landscape photographers as they attempt to square the idealism and grandeur of Adams’ vision with their own perceptions of today’s West. Get your free ticket
Co-presented with the Firehouse Arts Center.

 


A Community Forum on Fracking - CANCELLED
Thursday, March 21, 7:15 pm;
This event has been cancelled; sorry for any inconvenience.


Seicento Baroque Ensemble: In Your Court, A Royal Tour
Sunday, March 24, 2:30 pm; $25 general Admission,
$20 students/seniors, $18 Museum members

Seicento takes audiences on a compelling musical journey highlighting the distinctive qualities of music created through royal patronages. Composers traveled widely, working in various royal households and influencing each other’s musical style. Hear hauntingly beautiful verse anthems composed for the Chapel Royal in England, theatrical music composed for the Viennese court, the characteristic style of French Baroque music under Louis XIV, and even music heard in the court of Tsar Peter the Great in Russia. Buy tickets online

 


The Boulder Chamber Chorale: Mission Road
Saturday, April 6, 7:30 pm; $25 general admission,
$20 students/seniors, $18 Museum members

The Boulder Chamber Chorale offers a meditative, inspiring, and joyful concert featuring the Colorado premiere of El Camino de las Misiones (The Mission Road) by James Syler. This piece for Native American flute, guitar, percussion, and chorus celebrates the Spanish missions of Texas. The universal and spiritual text is in Native languages, and the instrumentation is authentic and traditional. The Chamber Chorale will also sing music from Cuba, Brazil, and America including Gwyneth Walker’s homage to brother and sisterhood, The Tree of Peace. Buy tickets online

 


The Boulder Children's Chorale: 10th Anniversary Concert, Our Story
Saturday, April 27, 2 pm; $10 general admission,
$9 students/seniors, $8 Museum members

The Boulder Children’s Chorale celebrates its 10th anniversary with the world premiere of a choral commission by acclaimed composer Kevin Padworksi and highlights from the previous decade. Alumni, current members of the Boulder Concert Chorale, and talented guest artists join the celebration. Buy tickets online

 

 

Looking for more events in the Stewart? Check out our Community Events listing of special programs and performances hosted by local nonprofits, arts groups, and community organizations and held at the Longmont Museum. 

BoulderBachBACH-in-LONGMONT
March 19, 7:30 pm, $33 adults, $27 students/seniors (10% discount for groups)
Witness a stunning display of instrumental and vocal virtuosity as internationally-acclaimed violinist
Zachary Carrettin leads a dynamic ensemble of Colorado’s finest young concert artists. This electric
orchestra will perform Venetian baroque concertos by Vivaldi and Albinoni, as soprano Szilvia Schranz brings to life the haunting work of 18th century composer, Barbara Strozzi. This is the second performance of the new series BACH-in-LONGMONT, created by the Boulder Bach Festival. Learn more
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