Lied Live Online is back!

Lied Live Online is back!

In times of uncertainty, we turn to the things we can count on. Art. Music. Community. 

No matter the circumstances, the Lied wants to make sure our community is still getting the very best in live arts and entertainment. Lied Live Online invites audiences to throw on some sweats, grab a drink and some snacks, and join the Lied via Facebook and our website for concerts from local and national favorites. Lied Live Online will feature jam sessions, new music, and old favorites… all from a safe social distance.

All shows will be presented virtually. As approved by the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department, socially-distanced in-person tickets will also available for some events. The Lied will continue to collaborate with the University of Nebraska and local health officials to determine when it is safe to hold events with in-person audiences.

Shows with in-person audiences are FREE to attend, but a ticket is required. In-person and virtual reservations can be made at liedcenter.org, and there is also the option to add a donation to support the Lied Center. Lied Live Online events are also available to watch on the Lied Center Facebook page.

Free tickets to all events are now available at liedcenter.org. Reservations can be made via phone at (402) 472-4747 or in-person at the Lied Center box office beginning on January 12, 2021 at 11am. 

Hannah Huston

February 18, 2021 | 7:30pm

Presented in collaboration with Arts for the Soul Music and Fine Arts Series, the Lied is excited to welcome back singer Hannah Huston. Huston was a preschool teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska when she auditioned for season ten (2016) of the U.S. singing competition The Voice, ultimately finishing second runner up and launching a successful career. 

Note: Patrons who reserved tickets for Huston’s originally scheduled December concert will have their tickets honored at this show.

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IBEX Puppetry

March 4, 2021 | 7:30pm

IBEX Puppetry returns to Nebraska following their Crane: On Earth, In Sky performance in March of 2017. IBEX Puppetry is part of the Jim Henson legacy (of Muppet fame), led by Heather Henson. Experience the magic of puppetry for all ages including highlights from Ajijaak on Turtle Island. Celebrate the cranes (Ajijaak)!

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LSO's Anton Miller & Edward Polochick: Violin & piano recital

April 11, 2021 | 7:00pm

LSO Music Director Edward Polochick and Concertmaster Anton Miller will perform a range of popular and classical pieces for violin and piano. Maestro Polochick has been Music Director of LSO since 1998, serves as Artistic Director of Concert Artists of Baltimore, and is a longtime faculty member of the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore. He continues to attract world-wide attention as an orchestral, choral, and operatic conductor. Violinist Anton Miller has served as Concertmaster for LSO for nearly 30 years. Since giving his Carnegie Hall concerto debut, Miller has appeared throughout the United States and abroad as a soloist, chamber musician, recitalist, and pedagogue. 

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Sam Stacy

May 9, 2021 | 7:00pm

Sam Stacy is a Lincoln native who recently received national attention after winning a spot on Team Blake on NBC’s The Voice! He was first introduced to music through choir at First Plymouth Church. He got involved in musical theater and taught himself to play guitar at 12 years old. He graduated from Lincoln Southeast, and during college he’d study by day and gig by night, taking a job at a bank after graduating to keep his evenings free for performing. Once he started making more money from music than at the bank, he quit his day job and never looked back. Stacy now lives in Los Angeles and is a full-time musician.

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