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The public is invited to attend this free class. William Conable enjoys worldwide renown as a teacher of the Alexander Technique, a method for improving freedom and ease of movement and physical coordination which is[...]
WVC’s winter concert features music about light, love, and freedom. The centerpiece of the concert is based on the words of Martin Luther King Jr.: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.[...]
“Musical Salons of the Enlightenment: Women and the Circulation of Taste” presents the sounds of salons of late eighteenth-century Europe, bringing together rare examples of musical works composed by salon hostesses and other pieces composed[...]
at ArtsCenter, Carrboro 6:30PM Doors – 7PM Show $13 Adults, $8 Students, (w/ticket fee and tax added) Musical theater lovers, come sing these three songs from cultural phenomena, Hamilton. This PopUp Broadway is not to[...]
In the Concert Singers of Cary Discovery Concert Series: “Bach’s Awakening: Discover Cantata 140, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme” Cantata 140 is a chorale cantata composed by J.S. Bach in 1731, using a very[...]
Hailed as “ardently angelic” (Los Angeles Times), “superb” (The New Yorker), and “something of a miracle” (The Philadelphia Enquirer), The Crossing is a GRAMMY-winning Philadelphia chamber choir dedicated to vivid new music. Devoted to completely reimagining the[...]
WMPC member Tim Sparks, George Deaton, and Wade Henderson founded the Three Triangle Tenors in 2009 with collaborative pianist Thomas Warburton. Their repertory encompasses folk songs, religious songs and arias, songs and ensembles from Broadway[...]
Featuring music from the Great American Songbook Come one, come all – and bring a friend! An opportunity for people to come and sit in with the Concert Singers and sing through some of your[...]
Itaipú by Philip Glass Deep Field by Eric Whitacre Philip Glass, Itaipú, was commissioned anonymously for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and premiered November 2, 1989 by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Robert Shaw. It calls for[...]
The Songs You Love to Sing : Music From The Great American Songbook with the Concert Singers of Cary
Featuring Allen Bailey and other guest musicians Get your toes tapping and bring your smile – From Gershwin to we’ll be performing your favorites from the first half of the 20th century, America’s golden age of song.
Join Singers of New and Ancient Music (SONAM) for our Early Spring concert! All proceeds benefit Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill, which helps house and support families of children undergoing medical care in area[...]
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