A Williamsport singer/songwriter and an Italian-born, Brooklyn-based guitar and harmonica player, are teaming up to bring several special shows to the area this month, featuring a wide variety of styles that they both love and know, and are known for.

Jay Vonada started playing trombone in the sixth grade after finding one in his dad's attic. He hasn't looked back since, providing music at a variety of Valley venues with groups such as Swing Nova and Organ Trio East. 

The Christmas season play by the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble this year brings the past, present and future together by building on a classic tale and highlighting a character who appears to fit in better with the modern world than the 19th century one in which she finds herself.

Gabe Stillman has become one of the region's top blues musicians thanks to his connections to the Uptown Music Collective, where he now helps teach the next generation of musicians.

Now in its seventh year, the Trinity United Methodist Church Childcare’s annual Holiday Craft & Vendor Festival continues to grow and provide the community with a fun day of shopping and Christmas activities.

Visiting Professor of Music Jordan Randall Smith had always wanted to direct a performance of composer Clara Schumann’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. The problem was, it’s a tricky piece to perform; few pianists were willing to accept the challenge.

On Saturday, Northumberland author John L. Moore will visit Sunbury’s Market House to tell true stories about the early days of Sunbury, Northumberland and Northumberland County.

Archaeologist Janet R. Johnson of the State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, will tell the Northumberland County Historical Society about recent discoveries at Fort Hunter, a French and Indian War post along the Susquehanna River north of Harrisburg.

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