Event Calendar

Come see us this season and look whose been here over the past seasons.

Sep
19
Sun
2021
Aurora Book Lovers’ Ball Book Talk
Sep 19 @ 2:00 pm
Aurora Book Lovers' Ball Book Talk

The Aurora Book Lovers’ Ball will offer its annual complimentary book talk at the Morgan Opera House on Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 2pm.

Jim and Lydie Haenlin, long-time residents of our village, will present the book last published by their company, The Cricket Publisher of Aurora, entitled 3 Questions for Today’s Jazz Musicians,  prepared by Lilian Dricq.

Jim is a retired journalist and advertising writer. He is now focusing on translating French poetry, and running his small publishing company.

Lydie was a professor of French at Wells College for 34 years. Since her retirement she writes historical fiction and helps manage the Publishing company.

Both are delighted to share their adventure and discuss their most recent publication. Lovers of Jazz should not miss it.

Please join us for this talk.  Refreshments will follow.

Nov
28
Sun
2021
Skaneateles String Quartet
Nov 28 @ 4:00 pm

The Morgan Opera House proudly announces a Classic Chamber Ensemble performance featuring Lindsay Groves, cello, Edgar Tumajyan and Jonathan Hwang, violins, and Victoria Miskolczy, viola. Two pieces by Beethoven, the “Razumovsky” Opus 59 #2 and the “Harp” Opus 74 will be among the selections to be performed. The concert is free but donations would be appreciated. Masks will be required regardless of vaccination status. Made possible by a Finger Lakes Community Arts Grant.

For more information, please contact 315-364-5437 or morganopera@yahoo.com.

 

Dec
4
Sat
2021
Bones East Ensemble
Dec 4 @ 2:00 pm

An octet, eight trombones, formed from the original Bones East ensemble will perform at the Morgan Opera House as part of the village Christmas in Aurora celebration at 2pm Saturday, December 4th.   Those who enjoyed the 2019  performance featuring 26 musicians squeezed onto the Opera House stage know what a thrilling concert of Christmas and secular music  this promises to be.  William Harris, former principal trombonist with the Syracuse Symphony and music professor at Syracuse University and Onondaga Community College serves as conductor.

The concert is FREE, but donations for the King Ferry food pantry will be gladly accepted. Masks required regardless of vaccination status.

For more information, please contact 315-364-5437 or morganopera@yahoo.com.