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New Ticketing System

We are excited to announce that we’ve upgraded to a new ticketing system aimed at delivering easy, secure and fast transactions. We’ve created this brief tutorial to show you around the new platform and answer some common questions about accessing your Carolina Performing Arts account,… Read More >

Rhiannon Giddens – To Be Young, Gifted, and Black

When I hear Rhiannon Giddens sing, I remember Nina Simone’s song “To Be Young, Gifted, and Black.”  Born in Tryon, North Carolina, Simone’s message to the young is:
There’s a world waiting for you.
This is a quest that’s just begun.…
To be young, gifted and black,
Is where it’s… Read More >

Preview of Gil Shaham – Bach Six Solos

In anticipation of the October 20th presentation of Gil Shaham with original films by David Michalek, we are delighted to share this preview with you.
Shaham will perform Bach’s six Sonatas and Partitas, perhaps the most challenging music ever written for the violin, alongside a slow-motion,… Read More >

Combat Paper Project returns to UNC

When the Combat Paper Project sets up on UNC’s campus in Gerrard Hall, it offers a unique opportunity to witness how art can help tell stories. These stories, shared by veterans and the rest of us who have had friends, family, and colleagues serve in the military, become an integral part of the… Read More >

The Core@Carolina Square Advances Fusion of Arts, Academics and Community

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill leaps forward in its groundbreaking work fusing the arts, academics and community, as Carolina Performing Arts announces today the creation of The Core@Carolina Square. This new innovation lab, studio and theater, to be located downtown at the… Read More >

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