The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra began their 50th season with their new conductor and music director, John Young Shik Concklin, and they have plans for a full year of invigorating musical concerts.
Izzy Losskarn's solo exhibition at Slouch Gallery in Weaverville, entitled "You’re Doing It Wrong," is an achievement by the emerging artist and is well worth the visit.
On November 5 in Asheville's downtown, Caitlin Krisko and The Broadcast return home with their distinctive brand of blazing, bluesy soul music.
The North Asheville area is home to many really brilliant artists, and the general public will have the chance to tour their studios.
A play on feuding couples evolves into a clash over parenting and marriage values.
A full season of classical music is beginning this September as James Fellenbuam begins his 5th season with the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra. A renowned cellist, Julie Albers, will be performing an all-Russian concert.
Pack Square Park, downtown Asheville Sunday, August 28, 7:00 pm. With Darko Butorac conducting the Asheville Symphony, come enjoy this outdoor concert featuring tunes from beloved classical, pops, and movie music including Pirates of the Caribbean; Rossini’s William Tell Overture; the Sound of Music; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; Indiana Jones; and more. […]
Fine art and craft lovers to enjoy the work of 34 local and visiting artists in the beautiful mountain setting of Leicester.
New stimulating plays planned for the NC Stage Company's upcoming season.
The popular free monthly summer music series heats up with a riveting rising act from New York City.