With a good mix of original tunes and crowd-pleasing covers, Invisible Bike rock band promises you’ll enjoy their free, live performance Feb. 16.
Listen to songs that will get you in the holiday spirit during our Music for a Sunday Afternoon series. The free show starts at 3pm Dec. 15 and stars John Currey, one of KC’s best percussionists.
Come listen to this beguiling folk singer and fingerstyle guitarist Sunday, Nov. 24 at 3pm. You’ll be delighted at his take on favorite tunes from early America.
Enjoy a the enchanting and delicate sounds of olden times during a holiday-inspired concert Dec. 4 from 3-4pm in Marvin Auditorium during A Renaissance Music Christmas. Castle & Cross Consort, Topeka’s early music ensemble, performs holiday tunes on the recorders and folk harp, as well as the krumhorn, a capped-double reed (similar to a bag pipe) […]
Cello Virtuoso Steven Elisha will delight audience members this Sunday with the sounds of Sabastian Bach and Zoltan Kodaly – and an Elisha original composed for the Kansas Sesquicentennial. Hear Elisha’s beautiful cello music starting at 3pm.
Kansas has inspired many songwriters through the years. On Sunday, September 25, 3:00-4:00pm, join us in the Marvin Auditorium for a program highlighting just a few of the songs written in Kansas, including a number of songs written right here in Topeka. As part of our Kansas 150 program series, library staff members and musicians […]