Nevada County Arts’ Events for Summer 2018

Music in the Mountains MIM’s 2018-19 season celebrates favorite classics, and showcases exciting emerging new artists along with world-class performers. The new season begins October 18, when MIM partners with the Sacramento Philhar- monic & Opera to present Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, featuring violinist Angelo Xiang Yu, as well as Schumann’s Symphony No. 4. Happy Holidays […]

Shakespeare, storytelling & serenades this summer

July 8-Aug.21 Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival Entertainment, food, family and friends converge under the stars this summer as the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival launches its 2016 season. Showcasing live entertainment seven nights a week at Sand Harbor in Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s 44th year is headlined by productions of “The […]

Sierra Storytelling Festival is July 17-19 near Nevada City

SIERRA STORYTELLING FESTIVAL July 17-19 Set among the towering pines, sloping lawn and the historic North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center near Nevada City, the Sierra Storytelling Festival is now in its 30th year. It is a much-loved annual tradition for locals and visitors from across the country. Storytellers include Patrick Ball, Dovie Thomason, Rafe Martin, […]

Sierra Storytelling Festival: tales that connect generations

FOR ONE MAGICAL WEEKEND IN JULY, settle back and hear stories unfold beneath the big trees and nighttime stars of the foothills. The 29th annual Sierra Storytelling Festival returns to the North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center north of Nevada City on July 18-20. Known as the “Queen of Storytelling Festivals,” it brings a lineup of […]

Nevada County Arts: Where Art Grows

FROM GRASS VALLEY AND NEVADA CITY to Truckee, you can experience a wealth of arts and culture any day of the week. There’s a steady stream of concerts, film festivals, dance performances, poetry readings and studio tours—an embarrassment of riches that rivals a much larger metropolis. Most nights you can enjoy live music—at historic theaters […]