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Tickets Now on Sale for Staller Center’s Fall 2024 Season

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The Fall 2024 season at Staller Center includes an extensive assortment of astounding artists and performances, including countless musicians, comedy, jazz, dance performances, and family experiences. Season highlights include Wanda Sykes, Renée Elise Goldsberry, John Pizzarelli, Malevo, Cirque Kalabanté: Afrique en Cirque, Anthony Nunziata and more.

Tickets for the Fall 2024 season are now on sale at


Emerson trio 2024Kicking off the season on September 15 is the Emerson Legacy Concert, when former Emerson String Quartet members Phil Setzer, violin, and David Finckel, cello, join acclaimed pianist Wu Han in their exceptional Han-Setzer-Finckel Trio in an evening of Haydn, Beethoven and Dvorak.

On September 21, experience the sensational talent of Renée Elise Goldsberry live on stage. Known for her Tony Award-winning role as Angelica Schuyler in the Broadway smash hit Hamilton, Goldsberry’s star power shines brightly from Broadway to the big screen.

In John Pizzarelli: Stage & Screen on September 28, he brings his new album, Stage & Screen, to the Staller Center, with his signature blend of vibrant jazz and Sinatra-esque vocals.


Wanda sykesOn October 14, enjoy a live sing-along screening of the beloved Disney film Encanto, featuring an exceptional live Latin Band performing the musical score.

Following up that weekend is a hysterical, sold-out comedy performance by Emmy-winning actress, writer and stand-up comedian Wanda Sykes on October 18.

Up next on October 26 is a thrilling dance performance by the modernized dance group Malevo, featuring passionate drumming, explosive dance and fiery theatrics.


On November 9, watch acrobats execute gravity-defying stunts and human pyramids, accompanied by live Afro-Jazz, percussion, and kora sounds with Cirque Kalabanté: Afrique en Cirque.

Lovers of Jazz, Broadway and Tap will come together on November 13 for Some Enchanted Evening with Stella Cole.

New York City’s premiere repertory company, the Peridance Contemporary Dance Company, takes the stage on November 16 with one of their inventive yet timeless and powerful dance performances.

On the classical side, Staller presents Starry Nights on November 21 — an enchanting chamber music performance featuring masterful Stony Brook musicians Hagai Shaham, violin, and Colin Carr, cello.

On November 23, listen to the dazzling vocal performance by record-breaking artist Jackie Evancho, as the worldwide singing sensation, actress, and songwriter astounds the audience with her intricate and skilled vocal performance.

November finishes with an exciting and hilarious kids and family show: Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus on November 24, based on Mo Willems’ book.


December brings us a must-see timeless holiday vocal performance on December 6 by Carnegie Hall headliner Anthony Nunziata in “A Broadway Italian Christmas.”

On December 14, don’t miss Caroline Campbell, violin, with guest star pianist Chloe Flowers for an edgy and exciting pop and rock program.

More Information

For tickets, information, and to see all of the programs at Staller Center — including Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra dates, HD screenings and live broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera, and the entire season of art exhibitions at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, and more — visit

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