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A Reflection on The House is Black by Holly Bullis

Sussan Deyhim: THE HOUSE IS BLACK MEDIA PROJECT
“One can be like a wind-up doll and look at the world with eyes of glass, one can lie for years in lace and tinsel a body stuffed with straw inside a felt-lined box, at every lustful touch for no reason at all one can give out a cry “Ah,… Read More >

Carolina Bluegrass Summit

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Sponsored by UNC DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC and the SOUTHERN FOLKLIFE COLLECTION.
Exhibit, workshop, and symposium events are free and open to the public. Steep Canyon Rangers concert is a ticketed event. Concert tickets on sale via Carolina Performing Arts:… Read More >

JUST ANNOUNCED: An Evening with Tift Merritt

An Evening with Tift Merritt

Historic Playmakers Theater
January 20 & 21, 2017
“…Restless, haunting songs, you’ll hear a lot of Emmylou Harris in this voice…” NPR
Tickets On Sale November, 11 @ 10:00am EST
Stitch of the World, Merritt’s sixth studio album – to be released… Read More >

Glass at 80 Preview

Glass at 80 takes place Feb. 1st to Feb. 10th, 2017 and is a celebration of the music of Philip Glass, whose 80th birthday is on Jan. 31st, 2017. Glass will be in residence on the UNC campus for the duration of the 10-day festival performing, lecturing, and discussing the impact of his work. He… Read More >

I Bring What I Love Film Screening

So far on our CPA Sufi Journey, we’ve heard the music of Hossein Alizadeh and the stories of young Muslims living in New York. Next, we turn to world-renowned musician and Senegalese pop star, Youssou N’Dour.
To learn more about Youssou N’Dour’s career, influences and inspirations, we… Read More >