Travis Moser

Lawrence County native Travis Moser will perform June 16 at Arts + Education at The Hoyt.

Lawrence County native Travis Moser is back from the Big Apple to share the musical journey that inspired him to pursue his dreams.

His June 16 dinner concert at Arts & Education at the Hoyt will feature a selection of pop, Broadway and standards from Andrew Lloyd Webber, Billy Joel, Jimmy Webb, Stephen Sondheim and others under the stars on the Hoyt West terrace.

Moser has won acclaim for solo shows in New York City and around the country. The most recent, “This Can’t Be Love: The Songs of Rodgers and Hart,” debuted at the legendary Feinstein’s/54 Below with special guest Samantha Shafer. Moser was recently featured in the annual “Love Bites: The Greatest Duets Ever!” show at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, and Madonnathon at Brooklyn Bowl. Other popular venues include Birdland, The Laurie Beechman Theater, Don’t Tell Mama, The Duplex, The Iguana, The National Arts Club and The Strand Theater, among others.

Moser has had the opportunity to work with two-time Tony Award nominee Margot Sappington in the Pittsburgh Playhouse production of “Jekyll and Hyde,” the distinction of being a featured vocalist in the Metropolitan Room’s longest running variety show, and is currently a national anthem soloist for the New York Roadrunners (organization and the Staten Island Yankees.

The evening will feature a sit down dinner catered by Medure’s and an open bar.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased online at or by calling (724) 652-2882. Reservations are due by Saturday.

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