Thank you for submitting your community events to our RSVPA calendar over the past several years.
The way our community learns about events has shifted. Fewer community members are visiting RSVPA to find events. And when March 2020 arrived and canceled all plans, everywhere, we pulled our on-air community event announcements too.
We value your time (and ours). We are no longer accepting new calendar submissions and will take the calendar offline at the end of January 2022.
If you’re interested in on-air or online event promotion, Linda Green Clark can help! Send an email to learn more about supporting WITF through sponsorship or ad space on WITF TV, witf.org, or WITF 89.5 & 93.3.
To learn about WITF events, please visit our Events page.
If you used RSVPA to get the word out about your events, there are other online calendars available to you! We have included to a few of our own go-to favorites below.
The York Symphony Orchestra presents the John Williams 90th Birthday concert with in-person theatre seats and digital access options. The York Symphony Orchestra brings your favorite John Williams film scores to life to celebrate his 90th Birthday. From Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, ET, to Jurassic Park, hear some of Williams’ most iconic pop culture movie themes of the past 60 years. Excerpts from Fiddler on the Roof Theme from Jaws Main Title from Star Wars Superman March “Raiders…Find out more »
The York Symphony Orchestra presents the Dvorak’s New World concert with in-person theatre seats and digital access options. Dvorak created his New World symphony to honor America’s musical roots in black spirituals and to challenge popular styles of that era. Premiered in 1943, Duke Ellington orchestrated his Black, Brown & Beige Suite in honor of African American history in 3 movements: slavery, emancipation, and contemporary history. Principal Trumpet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Billy Ray Hunter Jr. performs the popular…Find out more »
The York Symphony Orchestra presents the The Music of Queen concert with in-person theatre seats and digital access options. Rock band Jeans ‘n Classics joins the orchestra and chorus on-stage to celebrate another musical superstar, Queen. You are going to feel Queen’s music come alive once again for an unforgettable night. From Somebody to Love to Bohemian Rhapsody, Jeans ‘n Classics brings these songs to life with a fiery passion like Freddie Mercury. We Will Rock You! Tickets start at…Find out more »
Mahler’s epic 5th symphony dazzles the listener with this fast-paced, purely orchestral masterpiece. The symphony takes you on a journey starting with a mournful funeral march and ultimately moves toward jubilance. The famous fourth movement, Adagietto, is known as a love letter for Mahler’s wife. GUSTAV MAHLER Symphony No. 5 Tickets start at $10, and Under 18 tickets are $10. You can purchase tickets online or through the Appell Center Box Office. You can visit or call the box office…Find out more »
The York Symphony Orchestra presents the Schubert’s “Unfinished” concert with in-person theatre seats and digital access options. Our season concludes with Schubert’s seminal “Unfinished Symphony” and Mendelssohn’s “Symphony-cantata Hymn of Praise.” Schubert composed the first two movements of his 8th symphony before his untimely death at age 31. Perhaps one of music’s greatest unanswered questions is why the work remained “Unfinished.” The York Symphony Chorus joins the orchestra on Mendelssohn’s “Symphony-cantata.” Mendelssohn wrote this symphony to honor the unveiling the…Find out more »