Month: December 2009
Open House for inaugural classes to be held in January 16, 2010. The Raleigh Institute of Contemporary Art (RICA), an atelier school founded by artists for artists of all levels in the Triangle area, will hold its first open house on Saturday, January 16, from 12-3 p.m. at 2123 Atlantic Ave. #102, Raleigh, NC 27604… Read More ›
In an effort to increase our repertoire of quality entertainment, Temple Theatre has scheduled its first ever standup comedy show. On Saturday night, January 9, 2010, Temple Theatre will host Country Comedy Tour. This is a clean comedy show and is available to the whole family. The featured comedians for the show are MG Gaskin… Read More ›
The North Carolina Symphony’s Pops season turns the calendar to 2010 with an exciting world music collaboration. Mariachi Cobre joins forces with the North Carolina Symphony and guest artist Anne Harley for “Fiesta Latina,” a whirlwind musical tour of Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Peru, at Meymandi Concert Hall in downtown Raleigh’s Progress Energy Center for… Read More ›
In 1952, Amalia Hernández, dancer and choreographer, founded the Ballet Folklórico de México, having embarked, at a very early age, on a never-ending quest to rescue the dancing traditions of Mexico. The vital search became a basic need to reflect not only in Mexico but the rest of the world, the beauty of the Universe… Read More ›
Get The Led Out didn’t just pass Zeppelin 101 with flying colors — they’re working on their Ph.D. They didn’t just do their Zep homework — they’re teaching the class.