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Vienna Teng

  May 10, 2024 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:30 PM

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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
REGULAR: $69.50 / $45.00 / $37.50
FAN MEMBER: $69.50 / $45.00 / $37.50
FRIEND/FANATIC/SPONSOR MEMBER: $62.50 / $38.00 / $30.50

TICKET SALE DATES
REGULAR / FAN MEMBER / FRIEND/FANATIC/SPONSOR MEMBER Public Onsale: February 9, 2024 10:00 AM to May 10, 2024 8:00 PM
“I was in a long-distance relationship with music for many years,” jokes songwriter Vienna Teng. “Now we’re finally moving back in together.”

Long-distance, perhaps, but long-running. In 2002, Vienna released her debut album Waking Hour, landing her on NPR’s Weekend Edition, The Late Show with David Letterman, and the top of Amazon’s music charts. Four more albums followed, most recently Aims in 2013, which became the first album to win four Independent Music Awards. She also composed the music for The Fourth Messenger by playwright Tanya Shaffer, which premiered in 2013 and was a featured production in the 2017 New York Musical Theater Festival. 
 
A computer science major before she was a recording artist, Vienna is a nerd at heart, as comfortable in spreadsheets as the spotlight. She returned to academia in 2010 to study environmental sustainability, which led to a new career working on climate change, energy and waste issues. In 2022, she launched a “music x climate action” community on Patreon, combining monthly livestream shows and recording studio updates with Zoom climate action sessions, as well as working one-on-one with patrons on their own climate projects. On the road, she’s started hosting workshops between concerts, bringing members of her audience together to share knowledge and take real steps for climate – events that participants have described as “life-changing,” “rocket fuel,” and “the perfect antidote to despair.” The long-distance phase is over. Now it’s time for communion – and moving forward.

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Jean Rohe writes one-of-a-kind narrative songs, concerned as much with the interior lives of her narrators as with the wider world outside them. Her latest record as a bandleader, Sisterly, produced by longtime collaborator Liam Robinson, is a collection of songs about communication and missed connections, and tackles topics from love, lust, and longing to prisons, police violence, and migration. She is perhaps best known for her much-covered 2012 video single, “National Anthem: Arise! Arise!” an aspirational alternative national anthem performed with choir and brass ensemble. 
 
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Planning on seeing your favorite artist at Sellersville Theater? Why not make a night of it? Use promo code SHOW15 when booking online or by phone at The Washington House Hotel, right next door (215-257-3000). One promo code can be used for each night’s stay.

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The cabaret and through row D are reserved for Theater Members until one month before the show. To inquire about Membership, call our Box Office at 215-257-5808 or click here. If you are a Theater Member, select your tickets using the price code that matches your Membership level and enter your Member ID into the Membership box on the checkout page.

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