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The Hylton Performing Arts Center kicks off its 2019/20 season with an exciting and diverse lineup of artists and ensembles.
The Hylton Presents season starts on a hot note featuring the bold and brassy sounds of jazz group The Hot Sardines, Saturday, Sept. 21. The weekend continues with the first Hylton Center EXTRA! performance of the season by the Grammy® Award-winning trio The Gatlin Brothers. They perform on Sept. 22.
The first weekend in October is packed with entertainment. We start with laugh-out-loud live sketch comedy by The Second City Oct. 4. Virtuoso pianist and consummate storyteller Jeffrey Siegel returns in his Keyboard Conversations® series Oct. 5. And, Lightwire Theater Company’s Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey has two performances Oct. 6.
On Oct. 13, audiences are invited to celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven’s upcoming 250th birthday in 2020. The concert juxtaposes the classical master with one of today’s most influential composers, Philip Glass. Cellist Matt Haimovitz and pianist Simone Dinnerstein present an innovative program that showcases the two musicians as collaborators and soloists.
Two exciting programs come to the Hylton Center on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The popular Matinee Idylls series returns in the afternoon with flute-cello duo Terra Voce and pianist Maria Yefimova for a lunch and chamber music concert. That evening, the Hylton Center hosts the Northern Virginia stop of the tour for So You Think You Can Dance Live! 2019. The show features the top ten dancers from Season 16, airing live this summer on FOX TV’s popular show.
The Chinese circus arts return to the Hylton Center.Cirque Mei finishes the entertainment-packed month in a performance of amazing acrobatic feats of agility, strength and poise, Oct. 24.
Unless otherwise noted, these performances take place at the Hylton Performing Arts Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets are available for purchase in person at the Hylton Performing Arts Center Ticket Office (open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.), by calling 703-993-7759, or through the Hylton Performing Arts Center website.