Amadeus Under the Stars, A Unique Planetarium Show and Concert Performance

St. Davids, PA – Eastern University Music and Astronomy & Physics Departments present Amadeus Under the Stars on Friday, February 16 at 7:30 p.m..  This unique performance will be split between McInnis Auditorium and the Julia Fowler Planetarium on the Eastern University Campus in St. Davids.  Patrons have the choice of when to see the planetarium show in between the concert performances.  

The concert portion will feature Eastern’s own Music Faculty: Dr. Ron Matthews, Jim Correnti, Stephen Framil, Gretchen Hull, Derek Kostovick, and John Silva.  

The Planetarium show, “Live Sky Tonight” presented by Dr. David Bradstreet and Steve Sanders, features a live and up close look at the planets, stars, constellations and deep sky objects visible in February.  The Julia Fowler Planetarium is one of the brightest and highest resolution planetariums in a 20-foot dome in the world.  

Tickets can be purchased online at:  General Admission: $10.00.  We recommend pre-purchasing your tickets online to insure your choice in Planetarium options.

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza and Insomnia cookies have generously donated appetizers, pizza, cookies, and refreshments for our patrons.  Food will be available for serving at 7 p.m. and during each intermission. 

A Raffle benefiting the 2019 Choir Tour to Italy will be available in the lobby.  A free raffle ticket will be included with every ticket order.  Additional raffle tickets can be purchased in the lobby the night of the performance for $1 each.  We hope you will join us for a fantastic evening of music and stars.

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