11/13/2018
Development team welcomes two staffers
New directors aim to build Center's partnerships, support
11/13/2018
Tickets for 2019 events on sale Nov. 9
Amy Grant just added to concert schedule
11/13/2018
Songbook Foundation to sell Asherwood estate
Massive auction of furniture and other items set for Nov. 17-18
11/13/2018
Songbook Foundation archivist earns national certification
Lisa Lobdell has overseen the Foundation’s Songbook Archives & Library since 2010
11/13/2018
U.S. Marine Band tickets available starting Oct. 1
Nation’s longest-running professional music organization will perform free concert Oct. 27
11/13/2018
Private Asherwood golf courses now open for charity play
Proceeds will support Great American Songbook Foundation
11/13/2018
Harry Connick Jr. to salute hometown Nov. 27 at the Palladium
Concert tour celebrates New Orleans music, tricentennial
11/13/2018
Civic leaders join Center's Board of Directors
Seven business and community leaders have been elected to three year-terms
11/13/2018
Songbook Foundation staffer named to history leadership program
Cathy Burton, Director of Museum Planning & Audience Enrichment, will attend History Leadership Institute
11/13/2018
Center to host swing dance night Sept. 7
Dance on the Palladium stage or just enjoy the music of the Cool City Band
11/13/2018
Kentucky teen claims top honors in Songbook Academy Finals
Lily Rasmussen, 18, wins over judges with renditions of “What’s the Use of Wondrin’” and “The Man That Got Away”
11/13/2018
Single-event ticket sales begin July 27
Center Presents season kicks into gear in September with Queen tribute and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
11/13/2018
Chris Isaak to headline 2018 Songbook Celebration
Annual gala includes Hall of Fame inductions, after-party
11/13/2018
Songbook Academy Finals set for July 28
Who will claim the title of Songbook Youth Ambassador?
11/13/2018
The Center for the Performing Arts announces 2018-19 Season
Another year of world-class performances
11/13/2018
Melania Trump signs 'First Ladies' piano
A presidential tradition continues