The Barn Theatre School for Advanced Theatre Training
Miss Penelope's Saloon
Miss Penelope’s Saloon! Stop in before the show or at intermission for cold water, beer, wine, and cocktails. Also new this season, bring your drinks into the theatre with you to enjoy during the show!
Kalamazoo's classical musical offerings are diverse as the city itself, with options from symphony and chamber music to a world-class International Piano Festival and so much more.
Fifteen years ago, Andrew Koehler came to Kalamazoo and has seen over the years how Kalamazoo is an extraordinary place for the arts. Not only with the world class artists that perform here, but having so many great local artists that call Kalamazoo home. His career path has followed the footsteps of Julius Stulberg, who impacted many generations of musicians and continues to do so through the Stulberg International String Competition that takes place annually in Kalamazoo.
The Irving S. Gilmore Foundation creates some of the most unique and significant awards for pianists anywhere in the world, as well as a biennial piano festival to celebrate keyboard music. Click below to learn more about the various concerts and events, as well as the 2022 Gilmore International Piano Festival taking place April 24 - May 15, 2022.
Kalamazoo is fast transforming into a great little biking city in West Michigan. Every day, a growing number of cyclists check their brakes, put air in their tires and head onto our roads and ever expanding network of trails!
Black history and culture are a vital part of Kalamazoo’s past, present and future. Residents and visitors to Kalamazoo can take advantage of a number of opportunities to celebrate and discover Black history and culture all year round at some of our museums, attractions and organizations that offer concerts, exhibitions, workshops and more.