The Livermore Cultural Arts Council (LCAC) is a coalition of non-profit arts and education groups supporting each other through networking, resource sharing, and coordination. These collaborative efforts serve to strengthen the organizations while promoting greater community engagement in the cultural arts.
LCAC mission: The Livermore Cultural Arts Council promotes cultural and educational activities within the greater Tri-Valley and strives to heighten community awareness of and appreciation for the arts.
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Since the inception of the Livermore Cultural Arts Council over 50 years ago, its member groups (all non-profits) have struggled to find….
Beginning April, our Chorale will dip into its library to each month bring you a short song or two plus a bit of fun trivia about the piece or its …Find out more »
An Online Celebration of Music & Community Get out your calendar and Save the Date for the afternoon of Saturday, May 8th for Bravissima!, an online celebration featuring virtuoso musical …Find out more »
Although we can not yet offer live performances indoors, the Bankhead Theater will finally reopen in May screening films for a limited audience size. Following state guidelines, only 100 tickets …Find out more »
A 90 minute, 5-Act, living memoir about a young woman’s trials and triumphs with race and the classics, her memorable experiences growing up in East Harlem and her gender flipped …Find out more »
Bankhead presents Tinoretto: A Rebel in Venice. The Bankhead Theater will reopen in May screening films for a limited audience size.Find out more »
Trio 180 is the resident faculty piano trio at the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music. In addition to giving concerts and master classes throughout the United States, the …Find out more »
The Bankhead presents National Theater Live's production of Cyrano de Bergerac. James McAvoy (X-Men, Atonement) returns to the stage in an inventive new adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac, broadcast live …Find out more »
Our Featured Video This Month
A 3 minute selection from “Peter and the Wolf”
CLICK HERE to see the entire production (28 minutes)