ARTSwego serves as a catalyst for high quality arts programs that enhance the cultural environment of the college and augment academic offerings.
Waterman Theatre at SUNY Oswego
Built in 1968, Charlotte Waterman Theatre is located in Tyler Hall at SUNY Oswego and consists of a proscenium stage with continental style seating for 525.
Phone: (315) 312-2141
Provides a marriage of the best local talent with the best local cuisine at the best local venues in Oswego and its surrounding areas; giving our distinguished guests a multi-media, interactive dinner theater experience.
Phone: (518) 253-6930
Advances the cultural activity of the community through theatrical productions and through stimulating interest and participation in activities relating to drama.
The Frances Marion Brown Theatre located in the Oswego Civic Arts Center, Fort Ontario Complex, PO Box 183 Oswego. NY 13126
The Oswego Civic Arts Center is located at the northernmost end of East 4th Street in Oswego, directly across from Fort Ontario.
Phone: (315) 343-5138
Oswego Opera Theater
Oswego Opera Theater is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. It is supported wholly by tax-deductible contributions from residents and businesses in the communities it serves in Oswego County and Central New York.
Phone: (315) 343-4803
The Ralph M. Faust Theatre of the Performing Arts
The Ralph M. Faust Theatre of the Performing Arts at the Oswego High School is a complete performance venue.
Oswego High School
2 Buccaneer Blvd.
Phone: (315) 341-2265
Oswego 7 Cinemas
Oswego Theater, now known as Oswego 7 Cinemas, is a historic movie theater designed in 1940 in the Art Deco style and opened in 1941.
138 W 2nd St.
Phone: (315) 343-6361
City of Oswego Summer Sunset Band Concerts
An Oswego tradition for almost 80 years, these free concerts overlook beautiful Lake Ontario, while providing an enjoyable evening for the young and young at heart.
The Oswego City Concert Band performs traditional marches, overtures, and other classic band literature, along with music from Broadway musicals and film.
The Jazz Band features the music of the greatest “Big Bands” of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Glen Miller and Benny Goodman, along with some contemporary groups. The concerts are sponsored by the City of Oswego, with additional funding provided by the Music Performance Trust Fund and Oswego County Musicians Union, local 267-441.
Phone: (315) 963-7521
All concerts are at Breitbeck Park, in case of rain, they are held under the pavilion. Conductors are Trevor Jorgensen for the concert band and Stan Gosek for the jazz band.
Oswego Music Hall
The Oswego Music Hall has been bringing nationally ranked performances to Oswego since 1976. Every other Saturday evening, the McCrobie Civic Center overlooking Lake Ontario, is transformed into an intimate, candlelit cafe with professional staging. With the addition of Open Mic Fridays in 2012 and the Hook in 2015, a total of 39 events are held each year.
41 Lake St.
Phone: (315) 342-1733
Oswego Valley Snowbelters Barbershop Chorus
An extraordinary group of gentlemen who gather together in celebration of the artform known as barbershop music.
Oswego Alliance Community Center
Phone: (315) 529-5495
Oswego Summer Concert Series
A variety of musicians perform at Veterans Park Stage, located at the end of West Cayuga Street, on the river.