Stoughton Opera House Announces Season Schedule; to Feature Aimee Mann

Recent News 24 Aug 2012


Stoughton Opera House Announces Season Schedule; to Feature Aimee Mann


      The Stoughton Opera House has announced its 2012-2013 season and it’s their most ambitious lineup yet.

Highlighting the schedule is the appearance of Aimee Mann on November 16.


Greg Brown will kick off the season on September 15th and other notable appearances include Judy Collins on Oct 11, Count This Penny with Whitney Mann on Nov 2, Jorma Kaukonan on Nov 3, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks on Mar 15, Ladysmith Black Mambazo on Feb 17 and the Tony Rice Unit May 3.

George Winston will hold a holiday concert on Dec 18.

The full schedule is listed below and tickets can be ordered here.

Aimee Mann








2012-13 Season

Sept. 15th – Greg Brown
Sept. 22nd – David Mayfield Parade
Sept. 23rd – Kathy Mattea
Sept. 27th – Ricky Skaggs
Sept. 28th
– Spider John Koerner
Sept. 29th – Ole and Lena’s Wedding
Oct. 3rd – Michael Hecht – What I Learned from Sherlock Holmes
Oct. 5th – Junior Brown
Oct. 6th – Peter Yarrow
Oct. 7th – Gary Louris of the Jayhawks
Oct. 11th – Judy Collins
Oct. 13th
– Molly and Jack Tuttle
Oct. 14th – The Amazing Acrocats
Oct. 19th
– Frank Fairfield
Oct. 20th – The Ruth Moody Band
Oct. 26th & 27th – Drakula: The Performance
Oct. 28th – Atlantic Harp Duo
Nov. 2nd – Count This Penny
Whitney Mann Opens
Nov. 3rd – Jorma Kaukonan
Nov. 4th – Charlie Hunter
Nov. 9th – Cheryl Wheeler
Nov. 10th – The Be Good Tanyas
Nov. 16th – Amiee Mann
Nov/Dec – Playtime Productions
Dec. 2nd – Stoughton Chamber Singers: Victorian Holiday Concert
Dec. 6th – Branson on the Road
Dec. 7th – Cherish the Ladies
Dec. 8th – Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three
Dec. 9th – Stoughton Festival Choir & City Band – Christmas Concert
Dec. 18th – George Winston
Jan. 25th – Tom Paxton
Feb. 2nd – All That Jazz Big Band
Feb. 7th – Author: Michael Perry
Feb. 9th – Randy Sabien & the Fiddleheads
Feb. 17th
– Lady Smith Black Mambazo
Feb. 19th & 20th – Alice in Wonderland Jr.
Fox Prairie Elementary
Feb. 22nd – Eilen Jewell
Feb. 23rd
– Lou & Peter Barryman
Feb. 24th – Ancora String Quartet
March 1st – Moonhouse
March 2nd – Riders in the Sky
March 7th – Red Horse – Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka & Lucy Kapansky
March 9th – The Quebe Sisters Band
March 13th – Janis Ian
March 15th
– Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks
March 16th – Peter Rowan (Solo)
March 21st – Rhonda Vincent and the Rage
March 23rd – Karla Bonoff
April 5th – Iris DeMent
April 6th A Doll’s House – Commonweal Theatre
April 7th – Cinderella
Opera for the Young
April 11th – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
April 12th – Basia Bulat
April 13th
– The Cat’s Pajamas
April 18th – Maggie Mae & the Heartland Country Band
April 19th – Del McCoury Band
April 27th – Carolina Chocolate Drops
April 28th – Sergei Belkin
April/May – Playtime Productions
May 1st – Michael Hecht – What I Learned from James Baldwin
May 3rd – Tony Rice Unit
May 11th – Chris Smither
May 23rd – The Kruger Brothers
June 7th – Stoughton Chamber Singers : Music & the Human Experience
June 14th & 28th – Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society

About the author

Rick Tvedt

Rick is publisher of Local Sounds Magazine, formerly Rick's Cafe, Wisconsin's Regional Music Newspaper. He is also the Executive Director for MAMA, Inc., a non-profit organization that produces the Madison Area Music Awards and raises funds to promote youth music programs.

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