Major Arts for Minors:
Festival Brass Quintet

Decorative Arts Center
10:00am • FREE EVENT (Registration Required)

Major Arts for Minors is a daily program for 9-12 year olds to learn about the arts. (To attend, call 740-687- 4808.)


Children’s Corner: Bob Piascik of the Mousetrap Band

Knights of Columbus Hall
10:30am • FREE EVENT

Bob Piascik of the Mousetrap band will be perfoming solo all your favorite modern hits from High School Musical, Hannah Montana, the Cheetah Girls, Aly and A.J., Ashley Tisdale, the Jonas Brothers, Smashmouth, Aaron Carter. All music that features positive values.


Festival Brass Quintet

Zane Square
12:00 • FREE EVENT

Light classics and pop arrangements performed by the Lancaster Festival Orchestra's principal brass players.



Stump The Librarian

Presented by the Fairfield County District Library

Zane Square
1:00pm • FREE EVENT


Matinee at the Mall: Bob Piascik of the Mousetrap Band

River Valley Mall
1:30pm • FREE EVENT

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Café Concert:
Veronika String Quartet

Cheers Chalet
3:00pm • Tickets $20
PLEASE NOTE: You are purchasing a ticket to a reserved table, not a specific seat. Seat numbers are only to track tickets sold.

The Festival’s outstanding string quartet in residence reprises several favorites from past seasons, including the gorgeous Nocturne from Borodin’s String Quartet No. 2. Music by Ravel, Schubert and Piazzolla round out this ravishing program.

The Veronika String Quartet, winner of competitions in Australia, Russia and the United States, continues to endear itself to audiences in Ohio and Colorado, where it broadcasts for Colorado Public Radio and performs adventurous concert series in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. This past season, the quartet created and performed innovative programming with mixed media – concerts with art, photographic slides and lectures.

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The High Street Stompers

Knights of Columbus Hall
8:00pm • Tickets $20, $160 table for 8

The High Street Stompers Dixieland Band formed 30 years ago when all of its members were professors in the School of Music at The Ohio State University. The Stompers bring a wealth of individual talent and experience to the stage from stints with the bands of Glenn Miller, Woody Herman, Tommy Dorsey and Maynard Ferguson; to performances on three continents; to a 50-year career with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. It’s also homecoming for trumpeter Tom Battenberg, who performed for years with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra.