An Evening With George Winston


Due to COVID-19 this show has been reschedule for Wednesday, November 11th at 7:00 PM. For those of you holding tickets, they will be honored on the new date.

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An Evening with celebrated solo pianist George Winston comes to

The Campus Theatre on Wednesday, November 11 at 7:00 PM

Doors open at 6:00 PM

Price: $40 - $45


George Winston is undeniably a household name. He’s inspired fans and musicians alike with his singular solo acoustic piano songs for more than 40 years while selling 15 million albums. A tireless road warrior playing nearly 100 concerts annually, live performance for Winston is akin to breathing. Winston’s music is evocative, offering us all a chance to take a step back from our perpetually busy lives and let our minds adventurously wander. Restless Wind is a portrayal of Winston’s place in a chaotic world – his compositions extend solace with an idiosyncratic grace.

George Winston’s classic albums, Autumn and December, are perennial favorites, along with Winter into Spring, Summer, 2017’s Spring Carousel – A Cancer Research Benefit, as well as two volumes of the compositions of Vince Guaraldi, two volumes of benefit albums for the Gulf Coast disasters, and six other solo piano albums. He just released his 15th solo piano album, Restless Wind, via Dancing Cat Records/RCA Records. The album is available now at GeorgeWinston.com.


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The Knox Mine Disaster Documentary screening on

Saturday March 28th, 2020 at 1:00pm

with live music by Lex Romane

and Q&A with

Director David Brocca and Producer Albert Brocca. 

Runtime: 1hr 35 minutes.

$12 Pre-sale, $14 day of show.


About the Film:
One cold morning on January 22, 1959 the belly of the Susquehanna River broke into the Knox mine, trapping 81 men underground. The cave-in causes a giant, 150ft whirlpool to form in the ice laden river above, flooding the mines below. With all known exits cut off miners scramble to find an alternative route out and escape a cold, dark, death. On the surface rescue teams unsuccessfully attempt to plug the breach by launching train cars into the massive swirling vortex, only to witness them swallowed into the mines below.
In the wake of this tragic spectacle, the obvious question became: How could this have happened?
The drama continues through the subsequent hearings as investigators try to place blame and responsibility while a community struggles to rebuild its regional economy that the flooded mines destroyed. 
Knox Mine Disaster examines the coal mining tragedy that occurred in the anthracite region of northeastern Pennsylvania and sheds light into the life of the hard coal miner. This film showcases survival through adversity -- the hope, faith, and courage needed to fight your way out of a dreadful situation.

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