This week, Timm Hoff's 100-year-old floral and plant shop in Alliance, Hoffhaus Gardens, has sprouted a new performance series, LIVE @ 1910, in 1910 [the secret coffeehouse] located in the Hoffhaus Gardens greenhouses. Timm chats up musician Sara... more››
Friday Live On Demand
Latin Grammy winner, pianist Pablo Ziegler headlines a special Friday Live from the Lied Center, performing with his quartet's bandoneon player, Hector del Curto.
Also: the Norfolk Arts Center hosts Wendy Jane Bantam's oil paintings and... more››
This week, the UNL School of Music pays tribute to one of America's greatest composers, Ned Rorem, with a production of his opera, OUR TOWN, opening Thursday, November 12th at Kimball Hall in Lincoln.
The 2009 Nebraska Book Festival is... more››
This week, the Ross Media Arts Center starts off the VisionMaker Film Festival on October 30th, for a week-long celebration of Native American and Indigenous-produced films from the Native American Public Telecommunications consortium, in... more››
This week, Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra plays "The Planets" on Friday, October 23rd at Kimbal Hall. LSO also features UNL professor and principle bassoonist Jeffrey McCray. He previews the Bassoon Concerto by American composer Dan Welcher, who... more››
This week, NET Radio kicks off Fall Member Drive with an extended program in the NET Studios featuring Maestro Ed Polochick from Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra. He previews LSO's Family Concert October 18th featuring the Madcap Puppets... more››
The Barbershop Harmony Society Convention and Competition is at the Lied Center… One of the groups features Stibor's 2nd cousin, Pete Stibor, who brings his quartet, Now and Then, down to The Mill for some close harmony Friday Live…
This week, the first few weeks of October is full of all things Barbershop, with the documentary AMERICAN HARMONY opening at the Ross Media Arts Center on Friday, October 2nd, and the Barbershop Harmony Society Central States Convention and... more››
William Stibor talks with Enrique Martinez Celaya and Daniel Siedell about "The Prophet" at the Joslyn Museum of Art.