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OTC Improv gets ready for ‘Single vs Married’

OTC Improv gets ready for ‘Single vs Married’

Over The Counter Improv will perform its show “The Single Life vs. The Married Life” later this month near Carowinds. “Like the show ‘Who’s Line is it Anyway,’ come out… Read more »

Charlotte Concert Band ­conductor plays farewell show

Charlotte Concert Band ­conductor plays farewell show

Dr. Donald Morris will direct his final concert next weekend after 13 seasons as the musical director of the Charlotte Concert Band. Morris was picked as leader of the all-volunteer… Read more »

Two new exhibits open at Mint

Two new exhibits open at Mint

The Mint Museum Randolph will welcome two new exhibits this weekend. The exhibits, “Sophisticated Surfaces: The Pottery of Herb Cohen” and “The American Art Tile, 1880-1940” debut Saturday, April 7,… Read more »

Providence Chamber Music Series revs up

Providence Chamber Music Series revs up

The next concert in the Providence Chamber Music Series takes place later this month at Providence United Methodist Church. The group will perform Franz Schubert’s “String Quintet in C Major,… Read more »

Red June playing next Gathering Concert Series

Red June playing next Gathering Concert Series

The Asheville-based band Red June will play the next Charlotte Folk Society gathering. The band, known for its Americana music, will play a free show April 13, a Friday, at… Read more »

Natalie Cole to perform with symphony

Natalie Cole to perform with symphony

Nine-time Grammy Award-winner Natalie Cole will perform with the Charlotte Symphony next week at Ovens Auditorium. Cole will perform some of her most beloved songs, including “This Will Be (An… Read more »

Local art teacher finds new inspiration by looking down

Local art teacher finds new inspiration by looking down

South Charlotte Middle’s David Theissen completes McColl Center residency by Dee Grano If you’re a middle school art teacher, being selected by the McColl Center for Visual Art for an… Read more »

CPCC to host ‘Dances of India’

CPCC to host ‘Dances of India’

The community-outreach initiative “Dances of India” is coming to Central Piedmont Community College next month. Dr. Maha Gingrich, an internationally acclaimed performer and choreographer who works as the assistant to… Read more »

Charlotte Symphony announces KnightSounds lineup

Charlotte Symphony announces KnightSounds lineup

The Charlotte Symphony recently announced the four concerts that will make up the 2012-13 KnightSounds season. The season opens Sept. 28 with “The Power of the Song,” a performance that… Read more »

Construction started on Romare Bearden Park

Construction started on Romare Bearden Park

J.D. Goodrum Company, based in Cornelius, announced last week it had broken ground on Charlotte’s Romare Bearden Park. The park will be located on 5 acres at 300 Church St…. Read more »

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