Arts In Bloom - International Guitar Night

Arts In Bloom

The Arts In Bloom series is comprised of high-caliber professional touring headliners, as well as performances and exhibits by Bloomsburg University’s resident producers. 

Arts in Bloom programming attracts students to our university, and citizens to our region. By sharing the talents of visiting artists and resident producers, we strive to unite the community in the arts.


2023-2024 Arts In Bloom Season Headliners!

Introducing our 2023-2024 season headliners using our NEW interactive show program! Be on the lookout for this interactive program feature at our events. Check it out below.

Headliners

Box Office:

Tickets for our 2023-2024 season are on sale! Purchase tickets using the button below. We are so excited to present our next upcoming headliner, International Guitar Night on March 1st.

Purchase Tickets

Box Office Hours:

 

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. On Headliner show days, our hours are 11 a.m. - Curtain. The Box Office is located in Haas Center for the Arts. For shows taking place in Carver Hall's K.S. Gross Auditorium, our box office will be located at the entrance of Carver Hall the day of the show.

For sales & general information, please call the box office at 570-389-4409. Thank you!

Note: Students, Faculty, and Staff will receive a discount when logging into your BU account on the Purchase Tickets link above.

Become an Arts In Bloom Sponsor!

Your support of Arts In Bloom helps bring arts experiences to students and the community. Future seasons will be filled with music, dance, and cultural experiences for all to enjoy! To become an Arts In Bloom Sponsor, click the button below.

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For information on becoming an Arts In Bloom Sponsor, contact Abby Manns, Director of Performing Arts, at amanns@commonwealthu.edu or by phone at 570-389-4653



Performing Arts Facilities Information 

Community Information from Columbia Montour Visitors Bureau

Resident Producers

Check out what our resident producers in Music, Theatre & Dance, Visual Arts, and Literary Arts are up to!

Music

 


 

illustration of Carver Hall
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra - Arts In Bloom 02/16/2023

Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra "A Valentines Event"

Friday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. Haas Center for the Arts - Mitrani Hall. Founded in 1892 as Guards Symphony Orchestra, in 1938 after fusion with the Academic Symphony Orchestra transformed into Royal Military Symphony Orchestra, after 1945 the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra became the national orchestra of Bulgaria and has long established itself as one of the leading cultural institutions, representative of the overall contemporary musical culture of the country.

International Guitar Night - Arts In Bloom 3/01/2023

International Guitar Night

Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m. Carver Hall - K.S. Gross Auditorium. For the 24th annual tour, Brian Gore has assembled a lineup of three IGN favorites and an exciting newcomer. Luca Stricagnoli (Italy), the amazing acoustic rock interpreter, will be returning for the 4th time. The Le THU (Vietnam), whose nylon string artistry stretches from classical to contemporary. Marco Pereira (Brazil), the master composer and performer, first toured with IGN in its early days and returns for his final go-round in 2024. Minnie Marks (Australia), the irrepressible blues slide guitarist and singer, not only is new to IGN but will be making her North American debut.

RUBBERBAND - Arts In Bloom

RUBBERBAND: Second Chances

Saturday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m. Haas Center for the Arts - Mitrani Hall. Victor Quijada's particularly intimate new work, Second Chances, is inspired by his experience in Los Angeles as a first-generation Mexican-American. Returning to the stage as a performer, Victor explores themes of identity and homeland. The show includes excerpts from Trenzado, which features a soundtrack by composer and DJ Jasper Gahunia, sampling traditional Mexican norteño music (corridos and ranchera). In addition to Trenzado, this repertory program also includes Commissions Suite, a reconstruction of two works originally choreographed by Quijada for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (Physikal Linguistiks) and Scottish Dance Theater (Second Coming). A soundtrack by Jasper Gahunia provides the landscape as seven performers navigate the chaos. Second Chances invites Quijada and the audience to delve deep inside themselves, reflecting on origin, belonging and displacement, between universal questions and intimate, personal thoughts.

iLUMINATE - Arts In Bloom

iLuminate

Sunday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m. Haas Center for the Arts - Mitrani Hall. iLuminate has been a household name since we were called "The BEST NEW ACT in America!" during our run on America's Got Talent in 2011. Maybe you saw us on TV or heard about us through one of our international appearances or saw our Live show in the heart of New York City. No matter how you found us, we're just glad you did! iLuminate is a company based on the fusion of technology and dance. This distinct intermix will reawaken your senses and imagination! We are a diverse team of experts and together we create a visual experience unlike anything you've ever seen.