Works of J.S. Bach, Eugène Ysaÿe and Johannes Brahms, Free 1 hour long program (identical for all shows)
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.
One hundred fifty years after the American Civil War, the music of the time period is still alive and well. One of The Huckleberry Brothers’ founding members first heard this music first-hand from Civil War veterans; Edd Little, Sr. passed away a few years ago, but his memories and legacy are carried on by the band he helped create.
Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble Presents Holiday Classics Get into a seasonal mood when the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble takes the stage. With saxophones, trumpets, trombones, bass and other instruments, this 20-member group of talented high-school musicians will present a free concert on Sunday, Dec. 6, at 3 p.m. at the N.C. Museum of History in… Continue reading From Holiday Classics to Christmas in the 1940s