Christian Music Vocalist, David Phelps, returns to Stambaugh Auditorium with Grammy Award Winner, Sandi Patty
Stambaugh Auditorium will present David Phelps and Sandi Patty on Tuesday, October 3rd for a 7:30 PM show. Now a solo artist, Phelps served as a member of the prestigious Gaither Vocal Band for more than 15 years, in that time he received numerous Dove and Grammy Awards. Sandi Patty is the most awarded female vocalist in contemporary Christian music history and a 2004 inductee of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame.
On Friday, November 15 at 7:30 p.m. Opera Western Reserve (OWR) will present Verdi’s Macbeth. Based on the famous Shakespearean tragedy, Verdi’s Macbeth follows the rise to power of an increasingly paranoid Scottish general and the bloody prophesies steering his fate. After receiving glimpses of the future, Macbeth embarks on a murderous path to the throne, urged on by his wife’s unscrupulous ambition. Losing himself to delusion and paranoia, Macbeth struggles to escape his destiny.
The seventh season of B@B (Bands at the Baugh) will return to the Garden at Stambaugh Auditorium for three dates this
summer. B@B: After Dark will feature local music, a cash bar, and food selections. The Thursday evening event kicks off on
June 20th at 7:00 PM featuring The Shootouts with Marc Lee Shannon. Howard and the Point Five Band will return on July
18th, followed by Hoss & the Juggernauts on August 15th. Tickets are on sale now at the Florence and Ward Beecher Box
Office, general admission tickets are $10.
The Henry H. Stambaugh Auditorium Association Board of Directors and leadership team are proud to announce the addition of JoAnn Stock to the executive staff. Stock will join the association as the Chief Development Officer, amplifying the recent growth and development efforts for Stambaugh Auditorium as it approaches several milestones. These milestones include the Monumental Staircase and Front Façade Restoration and the upcoming Centennial Celebration in 2026. Stock will play a leading role in all development efforts, as well as working to secure the future of the Mahoning Valley’s cultural assets and performing arts.
On Thursday, June 27th, at 7:30 PM, the Airmen of Note are coming to Stambaugh Auditorium for a free performance. The Airmen of Note is the Air Force’s premiere jazz ensemble created in 1950 to continue the tradition of Major Glenn Miller’s Army Airforce’s dance band. The current band consists of 18 active duty Airmen musicians, including one vocalist, that bring its own brand of big band jazz as well as contemporary music.