Bucks County Performing Arts Centre (BCPAC) brings Momenta Quartet to the Yardley Community Centre, 64 S. Main Street, Yardley, on May 16th, at 7:30pm. The Momenta Quartet is celebrated for its innovative programming, juxtaposing contemporary works with great music from the past.
‘Darrah Carr Dance,’ an acclaimed New York City-based dance company, offers their show, ‘ModERIN,’ a playful combination of the words modern (dance) and ERIN (an Irish American reference to Ireland), to an enthusiastic audience in Yardley.
Bucks County Performing Arts Center (BCPAC) brings this show to the Yardley Community Centre, 64 S. Main Street, Yardley, on March 7th, at 7:30pm.
The Bucks County Performing Arts Center (BCPAC) has a decades-long reputation of presenting top-notch, festive performances to usher in the winter holiday season. On December 6th, 7:30pm, at the Yardley Community Centre, 64 S. Main Street, Yardley, BCPAC brings the ‘Trenton Brass Quintet Plus One’ for just this joyous purpose.
Arrrrrgh! You heard that right! On November 8th, 3:00pm, at the Yardley Community Centre, 64 S. Main St., Yardley, the Bucks County Performing Arts Center (BCPAC) brings you David Engel’s ‘Pirate School!’ Touring theaters and family festivals nationwide, Pirate School! delights its audience with eye-popping puppetry, slapstick antics, adept magic tricks, cartoon-like sound effects, eccentric props, and active, full-audience participation.
On October 11th, the Bucks County Performing Arts Center (BCPAC) brings Philadelphia-based rock trio ‘Mo Lowda and The Humble’ to the Yardley Community Centre, 64 S. Main Street, Yardley. Doors open at 7:00pm and the show starts at 7:30. This young-but-talented-beyond-their-years group has a huge local following, so get your tickets early. And, all ages are welcome as their sound and energy is universal in its appeal.
The walls of the Yardley Community Centre, located at 64 S. Main Street, Yardley, will soon be resonating with the strains of John Philip Sousa’s marches as the Centre hosts its 16th Annual July Fourth Concert. The stage will be filled with the 55-piece Blawenburg Band, one of the nation’s oldest continuously operating community bands. The band has long specialized in the works of Sousa, who is also known as “The March King.” Among the more than 100 marches are such favorites as “Stars and Stripes Forever,” “Semper Fideles,” and “The Washington Post March.”