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Notes from the Brooklyn Rider Almanac

For string quartet Brooklyn Rider’s latest project, they asked a select group of composers to create short works for them “inspired by a creative muse from a relatively recent memory.”
The composers they reached out to came from genres far and wide; the worlds of jazz, rock, and… Read More >

Register for the 15/16 Season Announcement

It’s hard to believe that this season is winding down, and even more amazing that we are nearing just two months until the 2015/16 season announcement. We can’t wait to share our 11th season with you, and we want to make sure you hear about it first.
To register for the season… Read More >

Kronos Quartet – Explore ‘Beyond Zero’

What better way to learn more about a performance than from the artists themselves? Below are two excerpts from composer Aleksandra Vrebalov, and filmmaker Bill Morrison. Learn more on the Beyond Zero project site. 
“Unlike official histories, that have often romanticized and glorified the war,… Read More >

Carolina Performing Arts is seeking four male actors aged 18-25

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Carolina Performing Arts is seeking four male actors aged 18-25 who would be interested and available to perform small roles within our Dunsinane production with the National Theatre of Scotland.
Requirements:
– some dance/movement and or stage combat/fencing experience (preferably… Read More >

Six Fun Facts about Dunsinane

While you may be familiar with the charming National Theatre of Scotland after their two previous visits to Chapel Hill, you may not know all the details about their thrilling production arriving in January. Save these Dunsinane Fun Facts for some extra context, or to get your friends excited… Read More >

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