Month: April 2010
Inspired by Dixieland jazz, blues, gospel, and old-time spirituals, the shout band tradition originated from the exuberant church music of African-American communities in the Southeast during the 1920s.
A story of infinite whimsy and magic, Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl is a play for sighing and crying, singing out loud and dancing with abandon. It’s a contemporary telling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth…but this time it is from Eurydice’s point of view.
The homegrown concert features works by three masters—Bernstein, Copland and John Williams
Chris Brown’s portrayal of the Stage Manager, a character most believe represents God, is incredibly multifaceted, yet Brown still manages to make it look completely effortless.
Good company and great music are on tap this Sunday, May 2, when the North Carolina Symphony hosts a free pub concert at Humble Pie in downtown Raleigh. Diners can enjoy an intimate and lively concert event as five talented Symphony musicians perform select works by Mozart and Brett William Dietz. Dinner service for the… Read More ›