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Raleigh Events

"Be Kind, Rewind..."
11-16-2014 to 11-16-2014 - ANNA CLYNE Rewind; COPLAND Our Town; DVOK Symphony No. 8.

"Three Deuces"
10-26-2014 to 10-26-2014 - A lineup of musical ideas and adventures. From the cerebral Bach Brandenburg Concerto #2, to Tchaikovskys bold and heroic Symphony #2, to the rarely heard 20th Century Guitar Concerto #2 by Tedesco, its Three Deuces. Also premiering Raleigh area guitarist, Edward Burke, recent graduate of N.C. School of the Arts and San Francisco Conservatory.

"Tales from the Road and New Discoveries" by Ken Farmer
11-07-2014 to 11-07-2014 - In conjunction with their Nov. 8 Antiques Appraisal Fair, the Friends of Page-Walker are proud to present noted PBS antiques expert Ken Farmer who will share some of the interesting adventures he's encountered working with the Antiques Roadshow as well as at other appraisal fairs.

"Female Artists in the NCMA Collection"
10-24-2014 to 10-24-2014 - A brief history of female artists from the Renaissance through the present, with an in-depth discussion of women represented in the NCMAs permanent collection, by Jennifer Dasal, associate curator of Contemporary art.

"Sacred Motherhood"
11-21-2014 to 11-21-2014 - Spanning thousands of years and numerous cultures, Sacred Motherhood explores the symbolism behind the representation of a woman caring for a child. Egyptologist and exhibition curator Caroline M. Rocheleau brings context and meaning to the 13 beautiful works in this thematic permanent collection exhibition.

"Paris: Breakthrough to Fame"
11-15-2014 to 11-15-2014 -

Lecture by Adam Wibrowski (Paris, Krakow), Professeur de Piano, Conservatoire de Paris "Paris: Breakthrough to Fame."

Pianist: Krzysztof Ksiazek (Poland), Second Place, Paderewski Competition in Los Angeles, California, 2013.

This event is part of the Raleigh Paderewski Festival.



"New York/Raleigh: Triumph in the English-Speaking World"
11-16-2014 to 11-16-2014 -

Lecture by Maja Trochimczyk (Los Angeles), University of Southern California, Polish Music Center " New York/Raleigh: Triumph in the English-Speaking World."

Pianist: Peter Toth (Hungary), First Place, Paderewski Competition, Los Angeles, California, 2013; International F. Liszt Record Grand Prix from the Hungarian Liszt Society, 2006.

This event is part of the Raleigh Paderewski Festival. 



"Luminescence"
11-01-2014 to 11-01-2014 - Music Director Evan Feldman leads the 50-member symphonic ensemble in a selection of classic and contemporary works for wind band. Featured on the program are Ralph Vaughn-Williams Toccata Marziale, David Biedenbenders Luminescence, John Mackeys Kingfishers Catch Fire and Durham composer Steven Bryants Ecstatic Waters.

Little Shop of Horrors
11-13-2014 to 11-16-2014 - William Peace Theatre Company presents Howard Ashelman's "Little Shop of Horrors" directed by Tony Award-winner Michael Bush. "Little Shop of Horrors" is an affectionate rock-n-roll spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies that will have you laughing and dancing in your seats. Tickets: $5 Students; $10 Senior Citizens and Alumni; $15 Adults. General Admission.

"Time and Space"
11-15-2014 to 11-15-2014 - An evening of mythical places, exploration, improvisation and ancient spirituality from India: GUSTAV HOLST Choral Hymns from the Rigveda (Group 3) BEETHOVEN Choral Fantasy, Allen Bailey, piano soloist WILLIAM GRANT STILL From a Lost Continent VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Toward the Unknown Region.