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PineCone and the NC Museum of History Work to Continue Partnership Amid Budgetary Concerns

PineCone & NC Museum of History are working together to continue the Music of the Carolinas Series in the face of North Carolina’s daunting budgetary concerns. The two organizations have presented this series in partnership for more than a decade.

Spring Daze Returns with Focus on Local Art, Culture | Apr 24

Thousands from across the state and southeast region are getting ready for a day of music, flavorful foods and functional art at its best at the 17th Annual Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival on Saturday, April 24

The Bach Cello Project presented by principal cellists of the North Carolina Symphony | Feb 21

A Series of Concerts featuring music for the cello by Johann Sebastian Bach.

The Six Unaccompanied Suites and Three Sonatas were composed during J.S. Bach’s middle period. Largely ignored for years after Bach’s death, these works have become the foundation of the cello repertoire- the summation of cello technique and expression. This is a great way to hear what really constitutes “the Bible” to the world of cello and an inspiration to all who love music.

“American Idol” Semifinalist at American Indian Heritage Celebration | Nov 21

As an “American Idol” semifinalist in 2004, Charly Lowry of Pembroke sang her heart out before millions of viewers. She appeared as one of the 32 semifinalists during season three of the wildly popular program. Today, Lowry, a Lumbee tribe member, sings lead vocals and plays acoustic guitar with the band Dark Water Rising. The… Read More ›

Music of the Carolinas Concert to Benefit Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina

PineCone teams up with the NC Museum of History to support the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina with the next free concert in the Music of the Carolinas series.