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Events at the Stewart Auditorium

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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. 

InclusiveCommunitiesInclusive Communities Celebration
September 22, 6 – 9 pm, free admission

The City of Longmont invites you to discover, experience, and enjoy a multicultural festival showcasing Longmont’s diverse community. Enjoy free food and drinks, art, performances, and information from around the world!

WEBBalletCentennial State Ballet Fall Showcase
September 29, 7 pm; September 30, 2 pm and 7 pm, $22 adults, $17 seniors/students

Centennial State Ballet proudly presents the first performance of their 20th Anniversary Season in their Fall Showcase, featuring excerpts from Carmina Burana, Jo’s Journal and a pas de deux from the third act of Don Quixote. Buy tickets online

WEBJayme Stone2Friday Afternoon Concert Series
October 20, November 17, December 8 Art show 1:30 pm, Concert 2:30 pm
$10 general admission or $60 season pass for seven concerts from October through April

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

October 20: Felonius Smith Trio – The Roots of American Blues
Felonius Smith Trio performs pre-war blues music at its most authentic. With slide-resonator guitar, upright bass, sousaphone, and harmonica, the trio takes us back to a time when original bluesmen from the 1920s and 1930s were pioneering a new style of music. Buy tickets online
Art show: Day of the Dead altars

November 17: Jayme Stone ’s Folklife
Folklife follows the bends and bayous through the deep river of song and story with spellbinding singing, virtuosic playing, and captivating storytelling. With fiddle, mandolin, bass, and voice, these versatile musicians blow the dust off old songs and remake them for modern ears. Buy tickets online
Art show: Erin Huybrechts-Davis

December 8: Opera Fort Collins
Arias and carols will grace this performance as members of Opera Fort Collins fill the concert hall with music from the rich world of opera. Their second set transforms the singers into carolers as they stroll throughout the Atrium, while audience members enjoy a holiday reception and artisan pieces from the Arts Longmont Gift Shop. Buy tickets online
Art show: Arts Longmont Gift Shop

WEBcorpsebrideViews & Brews Halloween Film Series

Thursday nights, October 5 - November 2, $8 general, $5 Museum members 

Your favorite Halloween movies are back at the Longmont Museum’s Stewart Auditorium again this fall. Bring your friends, partake in a spooky signature cocktail specially paired with each film, and enjoy! The Museum is also open with extended evening hours (5 - 9 pm) to stroll through the galleries during Views & Brews. Learn more


treble clefUna Corda
October 7, 7 pm, $20 adults, $15 seniors, $12 students

A quartet of prominent local musicians takes the stage on cello, violin, viola, and piano for an evening of music from cultures worldwide. They meld heritage and experience to play classics, tango, Asian and American folk, fiddle, blue grass, and jazz for your discovery, inspiration, and joy. Buy tickets online

WEBseicentoSeicento Baroque Ensemble
October 22, 3 pm, $25 adults, $20 seniors, $10 students

Explore the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, which introduced new types of music, including chorales like those composed by Martin Luther. This concert will highlight the German School of musicians of the late Renaissance through the early baroque, featuring the works of Resinarius, Othmayr, Senfl, Kuhnau, J.C. Bach, and J.S. Bach. Buy tickets online

Think & Drink with the Extinct – Jurassic Park Screening
November 9, 7 pm, $8 general, $5 Museum members
Have you ever wondered what is fact and what is fiction when it comes to the world of dinosaurs in Jurassic Park?
Grab a drink and listen to a brief paleontology presentation by a scientist in the field. Then, watch Jurassic Park on the big screen! In this Steven Spielberg sci-fi adventure thriller, a theme park suffers a major power breakdown that allows its cloned dinosaur exhibits to run amok. Buy tickets online

Cantabile 2016-5Cantabile – Knowledge & Enlightenment
November 10, 7:30 pm, $15 adults ($20 day of show), $13 seniors, $5 students

This choral music program celebrates the wisdom and artistry of great poets and philosophers, such as Hildegard von Bingen, St.Thomas Aquinas, Rumi, Shakespeare, Voltaire, Goethe, and Frost. The concert will be set to music that complements the beauty of the verse by composers including Josquin des Prez, Felix Mendelssohn, Leonard Berstein, and Ola Gjeilo. Buy tickets online

WEBAmanda BalestrieriColorado Chamber Players – The Wonders of the Heart
November 12, 2 pm, $18 adults ($22 day of show), $12 seniors/students ($15 day of show)

Celebrate the many different aspects of love in an all-baroque program, featuring work by J.S. Bach, Telemann, Vivaldi, Barbara Strozzi, Charpentier, and Couperin. With guest artists Amanda Balestrieri, Kendrick Mervine, and Carla Skiaky. Buy tickets online


Young Artists Concert
September 24, 2 pm, free admission
Some of Colorado’s finest young musicians, ages 7-18, and winners in the 2017 statewide Boulder Bach Festival competition will perform solo works.


October 14, 7:30 pm, $30 adults, $27 seniors, $10 students
The Boulder Bach Festival presents intimate chamber music of Bach, Händel, and other baroque composers performed on period instruments.

A World Transformed
December 9, 7:30 pm, $30 adults, $27 seniors, $10 students
Thrilling and colorful post-impressionist works by Bartók, Enescu, Ives, and Berg are complemented by music of Johannes Brahms, performed on period instruments. A first ever in Colorado!

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WEBcinderellaBoulder Opera – Cinderella
December 3, 3 pm, $18 adults, $15 seniors/students
Boulder Opera presents Cinderella, a perfect introduction for children into the spellbinding world of opera. Based on the much loved fairytale, this rare 19th-century work will be presented as a specially arranged one-hour version. Boulder Opera’s talented artists bring this enchanted world to life complete with gorgeous costumes and a chamber orchestra. Sung in French with English supertitles and narration. Buy tickets online

Holiday FestivalThird Annual Longmont Museum Holiday Festival – Two Shows
December 16 evening, Concert only 7 pm
December 17 matinee, Santa Reception 3 pm, Concert 4 pm
$17 adults, $12 seniors/students

The Longmont Museum’s holiday tradition continues after last year’s sold out events! Join us for songs of the season and holiday cheer from some of the finest musicians and performers in the region. Featuring the Heath Walton Jazz Quintet, Longmont’s Centennial State Ballet in excerpts from the Nutcracker, Venezuelan rhythms from Gonzalo Teppa, and much more. Special Santa reception with cookies and hot chocolate before the matinee concert. Cash bar. Buy tickets online

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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