Mark your calendar for the next exciting lineup of Sundays on Stage, our free series of culturally diverse performances presented live in the Burlington County Library Auditorium. The perfect way to start (or end) the week, all shows begin at 2 pm, and once again the schedule includes something for everyone!
Enjoy the four-part, barbershop-style harmony of the Jersey Sound Chorus of Sweet Adelines International, the excitement of the Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble, a choral celebration by the Burlington Entertainers and a stunning soprano repertoire by Sungji Kim.
Tea for Three will offer a warm, whimsical and moving look at a trio of First Ladies, The Lion’s Whiskers will feature a musical adaptation of a traditional Ethiopian folktale and Charlie Zahm and the Highland Dancers will present Celtic classics paired with incredible dance. Other scheduled performances include Marc Black’s History of the ‘50s and ‘60s through Popular Music, The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey’s presentation of Julius Caesar, the Ginger Coyle Band and the Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey.
The season will end on a thrilling note May 31 with I See Magic featuring mind-boggling magic, dance and interactive opportunities with select audience members.
Remember, the doors open at 1:45 pm and seating is limited, so plan to arrive early for each performance, then sit back, relax and enjoy the show!