Month: May 2009
“Gurus predicted handheld devices would start taking over the popular imagination,” says Maynard. “And that day has come.” He adds, “WCPE wants to make Great Classical Music a big part of this new idiom.”
“En plein air” painting – French for “in the open air” — challenges artists to create works outside of their studios, using what they see and feel around them in the land- or streetscape as inspirations for their work. During the Open Sky Art event, participating artists will have Kimberly Alvis’ lush gardens, backyard pond and parade of ducks as potential subjects.
“Our 2009-2010 Main Stage Season will be filled with music, laughter, family classics, regional premieres, as well as world premieres,” said Temple Theatre Producing Artistic Director Peggy Taphorn. “At Temple Theatre we always strive to bring the highest level of exhilarating theatre in Central Carolina and our upcoming season provides a variety of new productions and timeless classics.”
Burning Coal Theatre Company’s summer music series, MusiCoal, will present virtuoso musicians from two diverse cultures in concert on Sunday, June 14th at 7 pm at Meymandi Theatre at the Murphey School, 224 Polk Street, Raleigh, NC. Tickets to the event are $10 and may be obtained at the door. For further information, contact Burning… Read More ›
Scott Ainslie’s performances weave music with interesting stories and anecdotes about the songs, not only leaving his audiences fully entertained but also slyly more educated.