Calvin Arsenia

Calvin Arsenia is an internationally touring artist defying genre with a refined eclectic sound. He captivates audiences at his performances with unrestrained vulnerability and gravitas.

Arsenia is a must see live.

-APRIL 20 @Dillon House for ARTYParty. Get tickets at ARTSConnect

The raw lyricism expressed in his music rises the occasion from stage to the spiritual realm. A testament to the artist’s ability to emote and convey sincerity. Transparency is truly is his policy.

Arsenia is a gifted singer/songwriter raised in Kansas – adept at merging pop conventions, indie-soul, folk, jazz and classical music seamlessly. As a classically trained vocalist, harpist and multi-instrumentalist, moments on stage elevate from the mundane to the surreal as each emotional experience is invoked through song. His unique arrangements, deep sensuality and lyrical wit places his sound at the forefront of what music can offer us today.

Calvin Arsenia

Each album released recants the concept of what is modern and classical with increased captivation. From his debut album Prose and sophomore release Catastrophe, Arsenia has built an international fan base from Canada to the UK.
His latest album “Cantaloupe” chronicles the journey a man in love takes through the barriers and boundaries of intimacy and romance. These are love songs in every sense of the word and are filled with every sensation love stirs. “Headlights” examines the fleeting nature of love. Songs like “Poseidon” and the titular track “Cantaloupe” ruminate on infidelity and marriage. His stunning rendition of Britney Spears’ pop hit “Toxic” intensifies the lyrical context of the song and is an absolute must hear.

Calvin Arsenia will perform a benefit concert at the Dillon House on Saturday, April 20 at 7p. You can purchase tickets to “Arty Party: Heads in the Clouds” now.
Tickets are $45 and a limited number of reserved tables and other sponsorships are available starting at $500. Please contact Sarah at sarah@artsconnecttopeka.org or 380.7890 for more information. Tickets are $45, but if you create a recurring donation of $10/mo or more, your ticket will only cost $25. All proceeds from this event benefit ARTSConnect.

You don’t want to miss this performance. Topeka has high expectations when it comes to the performing arts and this event will push that bar even higher.

-Sarah Fizell, executive director of ARTSConnect Topeka

“It’s a rare chance to see him in such an intimate setting – and just in time as he prepares to embark on a national tour in May. Plus, we will be kicking off a recurring giving campaign and so we will also be raising funds that will sustain and support ARTSConnect into the future.”



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