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How To Purchase Tickets

You may purchase tickets for all events in-person at the Museum box office or over the phone at (303) 651-8374. Online ticketing is also available for most events by following the link available with each listing (please note, online ticketing only currently works via computer and not mobile). Children age 3 and under are free if they sit on a lap.

View the seating chart for the Auditorium. 


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Friday Afternoon Concert Series
January 19, February 16, March 16, April 20
 Art show 1:30 pm, Concert 2:30 pm
$10 general admission

These concerts are presented in partnership with Arts Longmont. Enjoy an art show before each concert and a reception afterwards.

January 19: Colcannon
Colcannon has developed a distinctive, inventive, and contemporary musical style, while keeping in touch with the heart and essence of traditional Irish music. Buy tickets online
Art Show – Angelo Ambrosia

February 16: Boulder Taiko
An Asian-inspired art experience pairing Taiko drums with Chinese orchid painting. Taiko is an ancient Japanese form of ensemble drumming that is physically demanding and artistically based. Buy tickets online
Art Show – Phyllis Rostykus

March 16: Ginga Brazilian Band
Ginga has been dazzling audiences with the captivating rhythms and energy of traditional Brazilian music for more than a decade. The seven-member band can bring an audience to a quiet purr with sultry Bossa Nova or magnetize with the pulse of a samba groove. Buy tickets online
Art Show – Lydia Pottoff

April 20: Altius Quartet
Altius Quartet is an string quartet ensemble determined to further the art of chamber music through performance, education, and outreach. They derive their name from the Olympic motto “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (Latin for faster, higher, stronger). Buy tickets online
Art Show: Longmont Figure Arts


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Views & Brews Winter Olympics Film Series
Thursday nights, February 1 - 15, $8 general, $5 Museum members  
While the world is going Olympics-crazy, the Museum helps you prepare by showing the best winter sports movies! All movies are specially paired with a signature cocktail, and galleries are open (5 – 9 pm) to enjoy for free with your film ticket. Learn more

 

 

 


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Schwarz-Bournaki Duo in Recital
February 10, 7:30 pm
$30 general admission, $27 seniors, $10 students
The Boulder Bach Festival’s BACH-in-LONGMONT presents first prize winners of the 2016 Boulder International Chamber Music Competition Art of Duo. New York-based duo Julian Schwarz (cello) and Marika Bournaki (piano) will deliver a virtuosic and diverse program, taking the audience through time and the history of music with Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Bloch.

Young Artists Concert
February 17, 5pm, free admission
Some of Colorado’s finest young musicians will compete for monetary prizes and performance opportunities as they present baroque pieces for voice and instrument.

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February 23-25 $14 general admission
The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is headed back to Longmont! After last year’s popular program, BIFF will once again be hosting film screenings at the Museum’s Stewart Auditorium. Each year, BIFF showcases the very best indie films from around the world, including great shorts programs, comedies, documentaries, and features. Learn more and buy tickets


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Views & Brews WWI Film Series
Thursday nights, March 1 - 22, $8 general, $5 Museum members  
As a complement to our exhibition, WWI: Longmont & the Great War, enjoy a series of films that illustrate life during this era. All movies are specially paired with a signature cocktail, and galleries are open (5 – 9 pm) to enjoy for free with your film ticket. Learn more

 

 

 

 


Longmont Chorale Feb14

Love Notes – The Sweetest Sound
February 11, 3 pm
$35 general admission
$90 “Sweet Heart Package:” tickets for two, choice of a dedicated love song & custom message of endearment

Get dressed to the nines and enjoy romantic songs, light hors d’oeurvres, wine, and chocolate. Hold each other close for the serenading, provided by the Longmont Chorale Singers, filling the air with romance and love notes. Buy tickets online


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WINGS Special Screening with Orchestra
March 18, 2 pm, $15 adults, $12 seniors/students/veterans
Come join us for this WWI special event screening of WINGS, the most famous silent film about WWI ever made. Winning the very first Best Film Oscar, this aerial adventure features two fledgling aviators itching to take on the Kaiser’s aces. Starring Clara Bow, Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers, Richard Arlen, and Gary Cooper. The Mont Alto Orchestra, a five-piece chamber ensemble, will perform the musical score for the film. Mont Alto was formed in Colorado in 1989, and has scored more than 124 silent films using historic orchestrations. Buy tickets online

 


Boulder Opera — Cosi Fan Tutti
March 23, 7:30 pm, $35 front section, $30 back section, $25 seniors/students
Mozart’s clever opera buffa follows the lives of two sets of lovers whose fidelity is put to the test in a comedy of errors. Lines are hilariously blurred as deceit and desire cause characters to lose sight of what is reality and make believe. Come see one of Mozart’s most adored musical satirical works, sung in Italian with English subtitles and featuring an ensemble orchestra. Buy tickets online


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Longs Peak Barbershop Chorus
April 7, 2 pm and 7 pm, $15 general admission ($18 day of show), free for students 12 and under
The Longs Peak Barbershop Chorus was chartered in 1948 and has been singing nonstop ever since! Barbershop style focuses on tight, four-part harmonies sung without accompaniment. This spring show will feature both old favorites and contemporary numbers. Call the Museum's box office for tickets, 303-651-8374.


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Longmont Symphony Chamber Orchestra – Mozart & Beethoven
April 15, 4 pm, $30 adults, $27 seniors/students
This performance of Mozart Symphony No. 35 and Beethoven Symphony No. 2 marks the first performance of the Longmont Symphony Chamber Orchestra and is conducted by Longmont Symphony Orchestra’s new music director, Elliot Moore. Ticket includes a complimentary glass of wine and hors d’oeuvres. SOLD OUT

 

 

 

 


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Longmont Earth Day Celebration
April 21, 10 am – 3 pm, free admission
Celebrate Mother Earth at this annual event featuring hands-on activities for kids, music and live performances, films, and talks highlighting sustainability and environmental issues. This event is in partnership with Sustainable Resilient Longmont. Local food and beverages for purchase. Learn more


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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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