Live Events

Live events at the Sebastiani Theatre

Dec. 6th & 7th, 1:00pm

Be delighted and enchanted yourself this December as The Snow Maiden takes the stage to benefit the Sebastiani Theatre. With a cast featuring more than thirty Sonoma Valley children, ages six to seventeen, The Snow Maiden is a holiday tradition and a wonderful way to kick off the season with friends and family.

Tickets available online using link below and The Sebastiani Theatre. Call 707.938.1424 (SCD) or 707.996.9756 (Theatre) to purchase your tickets now. Or stop in to the studio at 561 Broadway Suite B or the Theatre at 476 First Street East.

Coming Sat, Jan 10th, 2015

Brothers Keeper is a trio that honestly displays heart and soul and rock and roll.

The core band consists of Scott Rednor on guitar, Michael Jude on bass, and John Michel on drums. All three, hailing from an attitude ridden east coast background, have transplanted to the Vail and Roaring Fork Valleys in Colorado for both the mountains and the music.

Tickets $25; Call 707/996-9756

Mon, Jan 12th, 2015, 7:30pm

Often called the “finest folk troubadour of our time,” John McCutcheon, is returning by popular demand to the Sebastiani Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, January 12, 2015. McCutcheon’s music conveys the message that our global family can make the world a better place by working together. Throughout his 30-plus year career, McCutcheon has built a bridge across generations. He first performed in elementary schools, not in bars. Called a musician for the ages in all of its meanings, he draws no lines between children and adults -- anyone who enjoys the honest rewards of folk music is welcome and people of all ages rush to hear him perform. He has appeared with Pete Seeger, with whom he is often compared, Arlo Guthrie, and Johnny Cash, who once called McCutcheon “the most impressive instrumentalist I’ve ever heard.” During performances, John McCutcheon switches skillfully from banjo, to guitar, jaw harp, fiddle, auto harp, and piano. He is also recognized as a master of the hammer dulcimer, America’s only traditional mallet instrument. Placing the many instruments he introduces in their, he ethnic framework teaches the audience to make music themselves as he weaves tales as modern fables, rich in history and universal scope.

Reserved Seating $22.00. To purchase tickets, use the link below or call 707-996-9756.