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Due to event restrictions, we are forced to reschedule the events in our 2020 Spring Concert Season. There will be no live performance events until after June 1, 2020. We will keep our page updated with changes & announcements.

Meanwhile, please show your support for these amazing and talented artists by checking out their videos and websites online, or even purchasing their cd’s. This will be a difficult season for the arts, so please take time to share the love and help the arts thrive!

You can also continue to support our foundation by donating online at You can also help us when you shop Amazon Smile! Now, more than ever, it will be important to keep arts programs in our schools, and we exist for that mission.

Thank you for your understanding & support!

  • Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019: “Still on the hill”

    Fairfield Bay Conference Center, 2pm-4pm

    This renowned folk duo is back, celebrating the release of a new album “Cane Hill” that tells the enthralling story of a small Arkansas town.

  • Sunday, Dec. 12, 2019: EdenSong Chorale

    Fairfield Bay Conference Center, 6pm-7pm

    “Christmas Joy: A Christmas Celebration”

  • Sunday, Mar. 29, 2020: Dr. Aaron Alfred Lee

    Fairfield Bay Conference Center, 2pm-4pm

    “A Musical Spring Bouquet” CANCELLED

    This inspiring pianist returns to the Bay with a selection of spiritual, pop, and Broadway melodies.

  • Tuesday, Apr. 7, 2020: “The Wind in the Willows”

    Hosted by West Side schools in Greers Ferry, 10am-12pm CANCELLED

    The Arkansas Children’s Theater on Tour presents a performance of this timeless classic.
    Area schools are invited to participate!

  • Sunday, Apr. 26, 2020: Ozark Highlands Trio, featuring Keith Symanowitz

    Fairfield Bay Conference Center, 2pm-4pm

    We’re excited to host one of Mountain View’s most accomplished folk musicians! This New England-born artist weaves Ozark history into a musical tapestry of folk, blues, gospel, and bluegrass.

  • Sunday, May 17, 2020: Dr. Linda Holzer “Creative Masterpieces for Piano”

    Fairfield Bay Conference Center, 2pm-4pm

    Piano Soul Music highlighting the works of Arkansas composers Florence Price & William G. Still. Dr. Holzer is a professor of music at UALR.

Live concerts & other arts events brought to you by the NCAFAE are supported in combination by our generous volunteers & donors, the Arkansas Arts Council, the Department of Arkansas Heritage, and the National Endowment for the Arts.