The Longmont Museum hosts a variety of concerts year round, both indoors in our state-of-the-art, 250 seat Stewart Auditorium and also in our outdoor courtyard.
Friday Afternoon Concerts
January 17, February 21, March 20, & April 17
$12 general admission,
$10 students/seniors, $8 members
Enjoy an afternoon of live music in our Stewart Auditorium this fall featuring an eclectic array of musical acts from up and down the Front Range.
Conor Abbot Brown & Amanda Williams — Novel Works for Clarinet & Piano
An eclectic concert by clarinetist Conor Abbott Brown and pianist Amanda Williams, featuring their own compositions and those of living colleagues and past luminaries. The music celebrates the traditions of Western and Hindustani art music, klezmer, and jazz.
Planina — Songs of Eastern Europe
Planina presents a bouquet of songs, including several that celebrate the coming of spring and the Russian festival of Maslenitsa, dating back to a pagan celebration with songs designed to summon the spring. These poignant sounds will be interspersed with light-hearted dance tunes.
The Heath Walton Band
The Heath Walton Band, featuring Heath Walton on saxophone, Tim Wendel on guitar, Greg Harris on keys, Patrick McDevitt on bass, and Dru Heller on drums, will dazzle you with their original compositions and arrangements. While their focal point is modern jazz, other influences, such as rock and roll, hip-hop, pop, and R&B, are heard in their music.
Matthew Dane & Jonathan Leathwood — Folk Inspirations for Violas and Guitar
Violinist Matthew Dane of Opera Colorado and Guitarist Jonathan Leathwood of CU Denver perform a program of characterful works written over the last half-millennium and inspired by music native to England, Spain, and Brazil. Their performance will include the highly unusual 14th-stringed instrument, the viola d’amore.
Learn more and buy tickets online or by calling 303-651-8374.
Concerts part of Thursday Nights @ the Museum
The Stewart Auditorium comes alive with intimate “listening room” style concerts featuring established musicians from Colorado and beyond on Thursday nights. Learn more about Thursday Nights @ the Museum.
Concerts part of Longmont Museum Presents
The Longmont Museum Presents a variety of concerts, performances, and other programs in conjunction with other leading organizations from the region. Learn more about what we're presenting this season.
Summer Concert Series
Thursday nights in June and July each year. Our season has ended for 2019, but we welcome you to join us again next summer! Information about the 2020 Summer Concert Series will be available in May.
Stretch out and enjoy some tunes, from up-and-coming local bands to established regional and national musicians, in the cozy confines of the Museum’s courtyard. Lawn chairs and picnics are welcome—kids and families, too! Alcohol and concessions available for sale (only alcohol purchased on site is allowed).
Thanks to our 2019 presenting sponsor, the Longmont Cultural Events Fund (part of the Longmont Community Foundation), for making this year's Summer Concert Series possible.