Triangle Arts and Entertainment – News and Reviews Theatre Dance Music Arts

Month: March 2009

Charlie Chiklis & the Moonlighters — Swing into Spring! Concert & Dance Saturday, April 18, 7:30 p.m.

The Moonlighters are a premier big band dance band with a broad repertoire of music

Principal Trumpet Paul Randall to perform with the Triangle Brass Band — May 17

Triangle Brass Band presents a concert entitled Classical Classics with Guest Soloist Paul Randall, Principal Trumpet of the North Carolina Symphony. Sunday, May 17, 2009, 4pm, Meymandi Concert Hall Progress Energy Center, Raleigh The Triangle Brass band will perform a concert of classical transcriptions and original compositions in the British Brass band tradition. The concert… Read More ›

Kuniko Yamamoto, “Mask, Mime & Music of Japan” presented by PineCone & NC Museum of History

Kuniko combines folktales from Japan with folk songs, original masks, origami, highly stylized movements and a touch of magic to entertain any audience! The stories, which are selected from the oldest Japanese book of Kojiki, portray the culture and moral perspective of Japan; social ideas are illustrated through commentary and description of Japanese traditions. Audiences are encouraged to compare Japanese and American tales, as well as their arts and the cultural elements.

Dave Matthews Band at The Time Warner Cable Music Pavillion — April 22nd, 2009

Dave Matthews Band April 22nd, 2009. 7:00pm @ The Time Warner Cable Music Pavillion Click Here to purchase tickets from Live Nation To charge by phone call (877-598-8698)

North Carolina Museum of Art: Highlights of the American Collection

Highlights of the American Collection showcases a selection of some of the finest paintings from the Museum’s American collection. The 19 paintings are arranged thematically, allowing for interesting, often surprising, conversations among works by different artists from different generations. The show features many of the Museum’s finest works by American artists: John Singleton Copley’s portrayal… Read More ›