ABOUT THE CENTER
Since its opening in 1976, the award winning Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities has grown to become one of the nation’s largest multidisciplinary arts centers, devoted to all aspects of the arts and generously supported in part by the City of Arvada, the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) and Colorado Creative Industries. The Arvada Center is located at 6901 Wadsworth Blvd. and provides free parking for all its patrons. For more information call 720-898-7200.
- Lyle the Crocodile - Fall 2014 When Lyle the big green crocodile turns up in the Primm family’s bathtub nobody quite knows what to do. Lyle’s singing and dancing soon wins them over and the Primms invite him to stay. Their neighbor, Mr. Grumps, and his equally grumpy cat, are not happy. Buy Now Learn More
- Colorado Chamber Orchestra The Colorado Chamber Orchestra presents two wide-ranging programs in its inaugural season as Orchestra-In-Residence at the Arvada Center. Maestro Thomas Blomster will lead the orchestra in performances of familiar favorites as well as regional premiers by CCO Composer-in-Residence, Dr. Michael Udow. Buy Now Learn More
- Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversations - 27th Season THREE GREAT B's - BEETHOVEN, BRAHMS AND -----BARTOK! & CLASSICS GO POP!
- – She Loves Me She Loves Me is a romantic comedy with a touch of holiday nostalgia and elegance. Buy Now Learn More
- – Harvey There is nothing Elwood P. Dowd enjoys more than spending his days with his best friend Harvey. Buy Now Learn More
- Front Range Youth Symphony Concerts The Front Range Youth Symphony, Chamber Orchestra, and Concert Strings Orchestra, will present, “Classic Winter.” A concert of classical music presented on the Arvada Center’s Main Stage on February 9th, 2015
- Charlotte's Web - Spring 2015 Charlottes Web, a beloved children's classic, spins the tale of a clever spider and her pig friend Wilbur. Buy Now Learn More
Jeffrey Siegel Keyboard Conversations - Three Great B's - Beethoven, Brahms and Bartok!
Beethoven's ardent, lyrical Sonata Opus 78, Brahms's stormy Rhapsodies and intimate Intermerzzi, and Bartok's vibrant, tuneful Roumanian Dances, and humorous Rondo.Buy Now Learn More