Calendar of Events

Glen Shelton
Apr 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Glen Shelton

National Country Music Artist

Glen’s voice is versatile, but he loves to sing good Country music. Glen says, “some songs are just fun, some songs tell a story, and some songs change people’s lives! I am so thankful for the gift I have been given to make a difference in people’s lives through music. Whether it’s just entertaining the crowd with great music, honoring the Veterans/active service and first responders, or sharing uplifting songs for the family, the glory is to God for His grace!”

Glen has performed at hundreds of venues/events on the East Coast. He has performed for as many as 25,000 people, but he also likes to sing at small venues in up close and personal settings. Glen says, “I appreciate the people so much who have supported my music through the years! Lord willing, there will be many more to come.”

Annual Gala – “Passion, Progress, Prosecco” @ Performing Arts Luray
Apr 29 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Performing Arts Luray 2023 Annual Fundraising Gala

Join us for an evening of cocktails, dinner, acting, music and song!

Tickets: $100pp for theater seating.

Comp passes are not valid for the Gala. 

Sponsor table reservations—Lou Podrasky—540.518.0900 or

Attire: Amplified Glamour

Santi Debriano – Jazz
Jun 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Santi Debriano

International Jazz bassist

The PAL is pleased to present International Jazz bassist Santi Debriano, featuring Mameko Watanabe on piano, Latin percussionist Willy Martinez and Tenor saxophonist Tommy Morimoto.

Santi Debriano is one of the busiest jazz bassists in the New York area. In addition to leading his own bands, including the multi-ethnic jazz ensemble Circlechant, Debriano has been a member of the Don Pullen Trio, the Pharoah Sanders Group, the Sonny Fortune Group, the Billy Hart Band, the Louis Hayes Quintet, the Larry Coryell Group, and the Archie Shepp Quartet. As a sideman, Debriano has performed with Chucho Valdés, Hank Jones, Cecil Taylor, Randy Weston, and Freddie Hubbard.

Mamiko Watanabe was a semi-finalist at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival Solo Piano Competition both in 2002 and 2003. She has toured Germany, Italy and Japan and has performed with jazz greats such as Joe Lovano, Kevin Mahogany and Bobby McFerrin while in college. After moving to New York, she performed at notable venues including Blue Note, Dizzy’s Club at the Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Jazz at the Kitano and more. She has also appeared and featured at the Clifford Brown Jazz Festival, Super Jazz Ashdod Festival in Israel and Penang World Music Festival in Malaysia.