• Lied Across Kansas dance tour reaches Sabetha, Wetmore

    February 7, 2017, by The Sabetha Herald Youth in Sabetha and Wetmore will again have the opportunity to learn from and experience the arts in an enhanced way. The schools will again play host to the Lied Across Kansas Tour, an opportunity available through the Sam Mazza Foundation. On Tuesday, Feb.

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  • Fund provides performing arts access to Sabetha students

    KU alumni Kent and Donna Saylor of Sabetha, Kansas, have established a performing arts fund to provide Sabetha public school students free access to Lied Center programming. The Kent and Donna Saylor Performing Arts Access Fund was established through KU Endowment with the Saylors’ $250,000 gift. The endowed fund will

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  • Date change for The Beach Boys

    Due to an unforeseen change in the group’s schedule, the performance that was scheduled for December 5, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 19, 2017. No action is required on the part of ticket holders. Previously issued tickets will be honored Wednesday, April 19, 7:30 pm. Ticket holders can stop by the Ticket Office

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  • Double the Just Friends Jazz Series Performances

    The Just Friends Jazz Series was such a hit last season, that we doubled the number of performances in the 2016-17 season. Check out the 2016-17 lineup. This series is exclusively for our Friends of the Lied. All levels of friends are invited to enjoy these outstanding performances in a jazz club-like atmosphere in

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  • Lied Across Kansas

    The first year of Lied Across Kansas was a success! In the 2015–16 season, PROJECT Trio, a chamber ensemble that is known to combine the talent of world-class artists with the energy of rock stars, performed at the Lied Center and traveled to Sabetha, Salina, Russell and Hays. During their visits, the

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  • 2015-16 IMPACT Awards Presented

    Branford Marsalis and Dani Lotton-Barker were presented the 2015-16 Lied Center IMPACT Awards on Wednesday, April 6, prior to the Branford Marsalis Quartet performance. This is the second season the Lied Center is recognizing one artist or group for distinguished service to the performing arts and one USD 497 educator for distinguished

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  • Gifts support student access at the Lied Center of Kansas

    Two gifts for the Lied Center of Kansas will support the center’s Performing Arts Access Expansion program, which aims to increase access to arts programs for Lawrence school district middle- and high-school students. Continue reading on the KU Endowment website.

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  • New! Print at Home Tickets

    The Lied Center is proud to announce the option to print your tickets at home. The process is simple: Once you have selected your tickets, select “Online Order – Print At Home Online Order – Print At Home.” Once you have completed your order, you will receive a confirmation email

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  • Art Discovery with Lied Center Staff

    Want to know what the experts in the presenting arts are channeling for inspiration? Each week a staff member presents an art initiative, of their choice, at the Lied Center staff meeting. Their offerings are so diverse and fantastic that we thought we’d share them with you. Please post on

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