Halcyon was established in 2017 with the mission of creating a new genre in theatre known as theatrical acrobatics; which seamlessly integrates compelling storytelling and characters with world-class acrobatics and aerial. Our new production, Aureum, combines these elements with an incredible original soundtrack and high-flying technical elements that would only otherwise be possible in stadiums. With an award-winning cast and a rich narrative, our shows promise an unforgettable experience for the whole family!
2019-2020 Schedule Items
With charismatic and authentic stage presence, this quartet sets audiences aflame with their enthusiasm and passion for their rare form of chamber music. The four saxophonists from Munich bring world-class technique together with bright and joyful performances to create an indescribable concert experience. A wild explosion of rhythm and colors and their gripping musicality makes them outstanding and unique. They have a wide artistic range, and perform everything from Bach to Gershwin.
Leading you through the tight turns, dips and smokey cafes of Argentina, concert harpist Anna Maria Mendieta’s “Tango Del Cielo” (Tango of Heaven) is an exciting multimedia concert-show performing the passionate and sensuous music of the Argentine Tango and the dramatic and fiery Spanish Flamenco. Bringing together: harp, strings, percussion and dance — we invite you to experience this wholly captivating music in a way never before presented!
CANCELLED DUE TO COVID.
Sons of Serendip Male Quartet will perform at the Faith Tri-Cities Auditorium, on March 24, 2020, at 7:30pm.
A musical group of four friends, who through a series of serendipitous events, came together in graduate school; two teachers, a former attorney, and a former cello instructor. They each had been playing their instruments since childhood, but in 2014, they came together to start a long beautiful journey of creating music that touches people’s hearts.
CANCELLED DUE TO COVID.
Lost Fingers Vocal Quartet will perform at the Faith Tri-Cities Auditorium, on April 30, 2020, at 7:30pm.
An acoustic trio and vocalist, the Lost Fingers named after the two missing fingers of jazz legend Django Reinhardt and based in Quebec City, Canada, are known for their love of classic gypsy jazz, and ’80s pop hits.