Described as Justin Timberlake meets David Copperfield, his audience interactive performances are part magic, part concert, and part stand-up comedy, with a fast paced variety necessary for today’s theatre audience.
Silvan Negrutiu’s performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.3 is contrasted by Rautavaara’s ethereal Cantus arcticus. You won’t want to miss Beethoven’s confrontational Symphony No. 3, a piece that caused a sensation and changed the idea of what a symphony could be.
Village People is a one of-a-kind act synonymous with dance music. These six men provide high-energy choreography with fun and lots of singing and dancing. This show is great entertainment for audiences of all ages.
2017 is going to be THE year of entertainment at Kirkland Fine Arts Center! From magic, to world champion Celtic dance, and even the LEGENDARY Village People, there's something for everyone at Kirkland! Engage the Arts, and find your inspiration. Single ticket sales are available NOW for the Spring 2017 season. Don't forget to buy a Gift Certificate for that special someone in your life. They make the perfect gift for any occasion!
Purchase tickets online, over the phone, or in person at the ticket office between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Discounted tickets, including seniors and school age as well as handicap seats are not available online but can be purchased at the ticket office. For further inquiries, contact the Kirkland Ticket Office at 217.424.6318.
Millikin's School of Theatre and Dance is a nationally-recognized program, offering conservatory style training rooted in a liberal arts education. Our students learn by practicing their craft at a high level throughout their training, with and for successful practitioners including our faculty, staff, alums and theatre professionals across the industry.
The Millikin-Decatur Symphony Orchestra Guild and the College of Fine Arts are proud to introduce Dr. Sergey Bogza, the new Music Director/Conductor of the MDSO! The concert series he has planned for the 2016-2017 season will feature renowned guest artists, special concerts in the community, musical theatre, and a thrilling series of Masterworks drawn from the rich history of the symphonic repertoire.
The Perkinson Art Gallery, located in Kirkland Fine Arts Center, features the work of professional artists, faculty, and students in rotating exhibitions throughout the year. A wide variety of media is represented, including ceramics and sculpture, paintings and prints, digital media and graphic design, and mixed-media installation.
Kirkland Fine Arts Center & The College of Fine Arts
For over 45 years, Millikin has been the place to be for the Arts in this community and the surrounding areas. Kirkland Fine Arts Center and the College of Fine Arts have presented amazing talent, hilarious comedy, and fascinating speakers. Check out the upcoming shows for the 2016-2017 season.