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What’s your LBC story? February 2021 Newsletter

As we look back on 40 years of being your premier performing arts center in Sonoma County, so many memories come to mind. We have our favorites; but the most important memories come from our patrons, and we would love to hear yours! Did you…

Celebrating 40 years of Your LBC! January 2021 Newsletter

Happy New Year! We continue to be here for you and can't wait to return to a packed theater with live music, or a school show with giddy children experiencing their first live performance. As we wait for that time to come, we're continuing to…

News From Your LBC - December 2020 Newsletter

We know there have been many challenges over this past year, and we are proud of our community and how everyone has supported one another. All of us have learned new technology, and we have become more flexible and nimble. And during these times…

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Completes Bridge to the Future Renovation Project

The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, the non-profit organization that owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), has completed its $11.4M multi-phase Bridge to the Future renovation project, resulting in major physical upgrades…

LBC announces $1 Million commitment from Joan and Mack Schwing, completing the Bridge to the Future renovation project

The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, the non-profit organization that owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), today announced a $1 million commitment from Joan and Mack Schwing —long-time LBC supporters—for the multi-phase…
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Announcing a Return to Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

  Announcing a Return to Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Made Possible Through a 10-Year Sponsorship from Lytton Rancheria The Board and staff of the Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation are excited to announce a new 10-year naming…
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Read the latest coverage of our renovation

  Read the latest coverage on the renovation and re-opening of our 1600-seat Ruth Finley Person Theater, and visit our blog to look back at the renovation: SF Chronicle (August 15, 2013): Renovated Luther Burbank Center for the Arts…
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Re-opening to feature free community concert

After a three-month long, $2.8 million renovation of the Ruth Finley Person Theater, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts will throw open the doors on their new facility on August 16 for the previously announced opening day concert by Grammy Hall…
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Luther Burbank Center for the Arts announces facilities renovations to begin in May 2013

Theater and backstage upgrades launch phase one of $10 million “Bridge to the Future” project Santa Rosa, CA (March 28, 2013) – The Board of Directors of the non-profit Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, which owns and operates Luther…
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Solar project complete; Arts Center now powered by the sun!

Santa Rosa, CA (January 15, 2012) – Luther Burbank Center for the Arts and Nelson Solar Projects, LLC today celebrated the completion of a 400-kilowatt system with 1,630 solar panels to provide renewable power on-site at the non-profit Arts…
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Luther Burbank Center for the Arts ranks #75 of theaters worldwide

Santa Rosa, CA (July 27, 2012)—The mid-year report is in from Pollstar Magazine and Luther Burbank Center for the Arts has, once again, been named among the top 100 theaters in the world. The community owned and operated, non-profit arts center…
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