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Latest Past Events

Bach’s Beloved Brandenberg Concertos with the Sebastians

Mt. Gretna Playhouse 200 Pennsylvania Avenue, Mount Gretna

David Ross, flute; Daniel Lee, Mandy Wolman, and Beth Wenstrom, violin; Jessica Troy, Kyle Miller, and Alissa Smith, viola; Ezra Seltzer, cello; Sarah Stone and Adrienne Hyde, cello and viola da gamba; Nathaniel Chase, violone; Jeffrey Grossman, harpsichord  12 members of the virtuoso period instrument ensemble, the Sebastians, come together for an ‘only in Mt.… Read More »Bach’s Beloved Brandenberg Concertos with the Sebastians

$5 – $25

Wister Quartet with pianist Marcantonio Barone

Mt. Gretna Playhouse 200 Pennsylvania Avenue, Mount Gretna

Nancy Bean and Meichen Liao-Barnes, violin; Meng Wang, viola; Lloyd Smith, cello  The Philadelphia based Wister Quartet are beloved regulars at Gretna Music. They'll perform works of Handel and Mozart, and be joined by pianist Marcantonio Barone, for Brahms' heaven-storming Piano Quintet in f minor for a very grand finale. This will be the 11th… Read More »Wister Quartet with pianist Marcantonio Barone

$5 – $25

4 Cellos, 4 friends: Galvin Cello Quartet

Mt. Gretna Playhouse 200 Pennsylvania Avenue, Mount Gretna

Sihao He, Haddon Kay, Sydney Lee, and Luiz Fernando Venturelli, cello  Four cello-playing friends from four different nations (Brazil, China, South Korea, and the United States) joined forces and, after only 12 days of intense rehearsing, won the silver medal at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. The following year they won the Concert Artists… Read More »4 Cellos, 4 friends: Galvin Cello Quartet

$5 – $35

Helpful Tips

Bring a pillow

Consider bringing a pillow if you like a little cushion.

First Listen!

First Listen are free pre-concert mini-performances by our area’s most talented youth musicians.  We partner with the Women’s Symphony Association of Lancaster to present finalists from their Young Artists Competition on our First Listen series. They occur before most of our Sunday concerts.  Please check each concert page for more details.

Parking is Free

Parking guards will be around to assist you.  Handicapped parking in front and behind the playhouse is limited.


Restrooms can be found in the lower level of the Playhouse, entered from outside.  There is also a single handicapped-friendly restroom stage right (if you are looking at the stage, it is to the left).

Rain or Shine

Performances are rain or shine.  If extreme weather causes a change in the status of a performance, an announcement will be posted on our home page and sent via email to all ticket buyers with details on rescheduling or cancellation, and ticket exchange or refund policy.

What to Wear

Come as you please with attire suitable for the temperature. The Playhouse is covered but open on the sides. Big ceiling fans ease the heat on hot, summer days.


In addition to the eateries in and around Mt. Gretna, the Playhouse also has a concession stand! We sell various drinks and snacks, such as water, coffee drinks, soda, and candy, both before the performance and during intermission. The inviting smell of our delicious popcorn is a staple of our performance nights in the playhouse!