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Templeton Performing Arts Center Foundation

The Templeton Performing Arts Center Foundation sustains the TPAC to ensure it reaches its maximum potential as a venue for the performing arts, learning, entertainment, and community-building.

 

Our website: TempletonPACFoundation.org

Templeton PAC

Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None"
Come see ATTWN! Nov. 1-3, 8-10 at 7pm  Nov. 3 and 10 at 2pm
Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None"

Adults: $12

Students: $10

Talk-back: $20

 

The talk-back tickets are only available on Friday nights and include the opportunity to go back into the theatre and visit with the cast and crew; ask them questions about the show, their experiences in drama, and their future plans.

 

See you at the show!

 

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John Jorgenson Quartet-Aug. 25
John Jorgenson Quartet
John Jorgenson Quartet

John Jorgenson is perhaps best known for his guitar work with the Desert Rose Band and The Hellecasters. Jorgenson is also proficient in the mandolin, mandocello, Dobro, pedal steel, piano, upright bass, clarinet, bassoon, bouzouki, and saxophone. Jorgenson, known for his blistering guitar and mandolin licks and mastery of a broad musical palette, has earned a reputation as a world-class musician, as evidenced by his collaborations with Earl Scruggs, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Luciano Pavarotti, Bob Dylan and many others.  Having been a fan of the Desert Rose Band, Elton John invited Jorgenson to join his band in 1994 for an 18 month tour that stretched into a six-year stint of touring, recording and TV appearances with the British superstar, in addition to collaborations with other artists including Sting and Billy Joel.  He also won the Academy of Country Music’s “Guitarist of the Year” award two consecutive years.

 

Since discovering gypsy guitarist Django Reinherdt in 1979, Jorgenson has become “the US Ambassador of Gypsy Jazz” which is quite an honor given the distinctly European slant of the music’s heritage.

 

Jorgenson continues to expand his dynamic range of musical offerings, exploring new elements of world music, bluegrass, rock and classical as he captivates and enlightens fellow musicians and listeners along the way. Touring with multiple musical configurations such as the John Jorgenson Quintet, the John Jorgenson Electric Band, the John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band and the Desert Rose Band, Jorgenson annually plays dates across the U.S. and Europe. Each permutation allows him to make prodigious use of his mastery of many instruments. No matter which band Jorgenson is playing with, his brilliant guitar work leads the way with groundbreaking music full of soaring melodies and driving rhythms.

 

Legends like Elton John, Earl Scruggs and Duane Eddy along with fellow guitarists such as Tommy Emmanuel, Peter Frampton and Brad Paisley have sung Jorgenson’s praises, and the best way to find out what they already know is to check out this artist who is leaving a lasting legacy in the art of guitar performance.

Beppe Gambetta Concert Feb. 13th

EVENT: Beppe Gambetta Concert/ Benefit for Templeton Schools Music & Arts Programs 

WHEN: Saturday February 13th, Doors open 6 PM – Concert 6:30 PM 

WHERE: Templeton Performing Arts Center, 1200 S. Main Street, Templeton, CA 93465

              Located at the Templeton High School 

PRESENTED BY: Templeton Unified School District in association with Matt’s Music 

CONTACT PERSON: Matt Franscioni – 805-712-0547 

TICKETS: NOW 

TICKET OUTLET: Matt’s Music, Stage & School – 211 S. Main St., Templeton 805-237-0054 

COST: $20 – No Service Fees or Charges

DETAIL & DESCRIPTION: Beppe Gambetta in Concert for Templeton Schools Music & Arts Programs Benefit. Doors open at 6 PM. General Seating. Refreshments will be available at an additional charge. 

Join us on Saturday February 13th at 6:30 PM for Beppe Gambetta in concert. This is the first 2016 concert for the Templeton Unified School District (T.U.S.D.) Music and Arts Benefit Program held at the Templeton Performing Arts Center (T.P.A.C.). This benefit program is unique in that other than artist fees, ALL proceeds go directly to music and arts programs in the T.U.S.D.  

From his unique background as an Italian musician in love with both American roots music as well as the music of his native country, Beppe has travelled the world and even crossed the “Iron Curtain” to dazzle and charm music enthusiasts everywhere. After eleven CDs, DVDs, teaching books and collaborations with many other top-flight musicians, Gambetta is increasingly known as one of the true live master innovators of the acoustic guitar. While Beppe now lives in the United States, he travels around the world much of the year. His reputation in the U.S. and Canada is reinforced by his participation in prestigious festivals like the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, Merlefest in North Carolina, the Four Corners Festival in Colorado and Canadian Folk Festivals in Winnipeg and Edmonton, as well as events like the radio shows “All Things Considered” and “E-Town”. Beppe has also performed in prestigious rooms like the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In his career he has performed with some great heroes of the folk scene like David Grisman, Gene Parsons, Doc Watson, Norman Blake and with the band Men Of Steel: Dan Crary, Tony McManus and Don Ross.

Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas Concert

WHEN: Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 Doors Open 7 PM – Concert 7:30 PM

WHERE: Templeton Performing Arts Center, 1200 S. Main Street, Templeton, CA. Located at the Templeton High School

PRESENTED BY: Templeton Unified School District in association with Matt’s Music

TICKETS: On Sale November 1, 2015 – 11 AM 

TICKET OUTLET: Matt's Music, Stage & School - 211 S. Main St., Templeton

                                 805-237-0054 – Available by phone or at the store

COST: Adults $30  - Students/ Children $15 – NO Service Fees or Charges

 

Fall 2015 Show: 1984


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COMING SOON TO THE PAC: In the Heights

COMING SOON TO THE PAC: In the Heights

North County Theatre Works presents their first production: IN THE HEIGHTS! Come see the universal story of a vibrant community in New York's Washington Heights neighborhood involving three different generations of music.

Tickets are 15$ for general admission and 10$ for students on:

July 3rd at 7pm and July 5th at 2pm and 7pm in the PAC.

Tickets available now online at brownpapertickets.com , and at the door on show dates.

Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas Performing December 1st
Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas Performing December 1st
Templeton High School Presents:
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Pac Rental Information

If you wish to rent or use the PAC for an event, please print and fill out all of the following forms.  You will also need to submit a current Certificate of Liability Insurance.  Requests may be submitted up to twelve months in advance, minimum of one month prior to use date.

 

Forms can be turned in at the following locations:

 

Templeton High School

1200 South Main Street

Templeton, CA 93465

Hours: 7:30-3:30

Ph: 805-434-5888 

 

District Office

960 Old County Road

Templeton, CA 93465

Hours: 7:30-3:30  M-F

Ph: 805-434-5801

 

Initial Request for PAC Use

PAC License Agreement

PAC Operation Guidelines