Month: August 2011
CMT writes, “With the wonderful fiddle groove and vividly written lyrics, Nevins gives a glimpse into her roots. Stepping out for a rare solo record (beyond her beloved band, Donna the Buffalo), she meshes her Cajun influences, unique voice, drums and steel guitars for an intriguing look at her heritage.”
Mallarmé Chamber Players celebrates its 28th season of performances with an impressive offering of classic and contemporary repertoire, carefully selected to represent the multi-faceted landscape of chamber music for their Sunday Afternoon Concert Series.
Fast becoming one of the nation’s premier destinations for Rodin sculpture, the North Carolina Museum of Art will install 10 additional sculptures by the celebrated French artist in the Museum’s West Building.
The N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh offers eight six-week online workshops for educators. Teachers can earn continuing education credit (CEU), boost their knowledge of captivating North Carolina topics, and get ideas for classroom activities.
Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy’s rollicking musical revue “Oh, What a Night!” features songs from Broadway’s blockbuster musicals, such as “Wicked,” “Jersey Boys,” and “Les Misérables,” and stars Tony nominee Alan Campbell and fellow Broadway veterans Lisa Jolley and Ray Walker.