This week, the Sheldon Museum of Art's annual touring exhibition STATEWIDE hits the road, opening August 25th at Chadron State College. Curator Susan Soriente and Sharon Kennedy preview this year's show, DIVINE ABSTRACTIONS: SPIRITUAL EXPRESSIONS... more››
Friday Live On Demand
This week, KOOL-AID DAYS takes over Hastings this weekend with three stages of entertainment, including: Billy McGuigan's Beatles tribute, YESTERDAY AND TODAY at Brickyard Park; a capella group No Better Cause from Lincoln on the downtown... more››
This week, Todd Murray is the next cabaret star in the Brownville Concert Series with his show STARDUST and SWING on August 7th and 8th at 7:30 p.m., and August 9th at 2:00 p.m. Todd previews the program with a free show August 6 at Whiskey Run... more››
This week, the musicians from the Meadowlark Music Festival have been busy in Nebraska with concerts in North Platte, Grand Island and Blair. This weekend they wrap up in and around Lincoln and drop by for a preview of their concerts.
This week, the Crooked Codpiece Company revives their production of SODA POP, a lip-sync musical by Nebraska native Jim Hanna, which spoofs life in the 1950s. Patrick Lambrecht and Tom Crew preview all the fizzy fun, opening July 23rd at the... more››
This week, it's a shortened program due to the 4th of July holiday, but it will still spark your interest as Barbara Zach, Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra Executive Director, drops by to talk about the UNCLE SAM JAM concert on Friday, July 3rd at... more››
In the first of three parts, William Stibor has a wide ranging discussion with Ed Polochick, the conductor and music director for Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra.
Part two of William Stibor's discussion with Ed Polochick.
The third and last part of William Stibor's discussion with Ed Polochick.
William Stibor speaks with Omaha sculptor Littleton Alston and Michael Smith about Alston's bust of Charles Bessey, which was created to honor Bessey's induction into the Nebraska Hall of Fame.