This fall, the Weis Center curtains will rise again, and you're invited to experience it live. We look forward to welcoming you back with a diverse schedule of live performances designed to inspire your mind, energize your body and restore your heart.
We've missed you and look forward to presenting the live experiences you crave alongside the safety precautions you expect.
We've spent the past months preparing our space and taking every precaution to ensure that you are safe and comfortable while attending live performances at the Weis Center. When you visit, all you'll have to do is relax, sit back and enjoy the show.
Our safety measures meet or exceed all CDC recommendations, including masking requirements, increased sanitation measures and socially distanced seating. We'll share details about these measures soon so that you'll be fully prepared for your visit.
Whether it's your first time visiting our performing arts center or you’re a seasoned patron, our team continues to work hard for you, making sure our guests and artists have the high-quality experience that has become the Weis Center standard.
Check back this summer for the performance schedule, as well as ticketing and registration information. In the meantime, please follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to receive the latest updates.
See you soon!
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Weis Center Sessions #53: Juliana Brafa (Juliana Zafa), “Song for Egypt”One year. 53 Sessions. Thanks for coming along for the ride! From poetry readings and ballet dance pieces to original songs and soul-gripping covers, we have highlighted so much talent within the Bucknell community. Thank you students, faculty, staff and alums! We hope the videos gave you a source of inspiration and hope throughout the pandemic. View the full YouTube playlist here. This week’s Session will be our last one and it’s a wonderful way to end the series. Please enjoy Lewisburg-based Juliana Brafa and her original piece, “Song for Egypt.” Juliana Brafa is a 2005 Bucknell alum whose passion […]
Weis Center Sessions #52: Nine Degrees of Syncopation, “For Sephora”We’ve reached one year of Weis Center Sessions! We hope you have enjoyed the performances each week. Next week will be our last Session, as our staff begins to focus fully on our NEW SEASON OF IN-PERSON PERFORMANCES! Yay! This Session features Lewisburg-area jazz trio Nine Degrees of Syncopation and the piece, “For Sephora.” The ensemble includes: Joe DeCristopher on guitar, a 1970 Bucknell alum, Bill Flack on electric fretless bass, currently chair of the Psychology Department and Carl Kirby on guitar, professor in the Geology and Environmental Geosciences Department. The band name is a play on words, but for […]
Weis Center Sessions #51: Morgan Thomas ’23 (Vocals) & Adam Baranik ’23 (Piano), “Je Vole”Welcome to Weis Center Sessions #51! Today, we’re featuring two stellar Bucknell University students, Morgan Thomas ’23 on vocals and Adam Baranik ’23 on piano performing “Je Vole” (“I Fly”) in the style of Louane. Adam Baranik is a sophomore chemistry major and music minor. He participates in the Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, and Bison Band. Morgan Thomas is a sophomore double majoring in biochemistry and cellular biology &French & francophone studies. Morgan is an accomplished musician who has played the flute since 4th grade and has played in the Symphonic Band and Pep Band (Bison Band). She has also independently provided vocal […]