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An evening of Scottish music March 5
The Regional Center and the Pipers Club of the Carolinas present an Evening of Scottish Bagpipe Music with top EUSPBA grade-one pipers Christoph Kresse, Mark Elliott and special guests on Saturday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m. There is no admission charge.
The concert is in the Regional Center Auditorium, located at COMtech. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Department of Music at extension 6230
‘Bowfire’ at GPAC March 14
“Bowfire” is coming to the Givens Performing Arts Center on Monday, March 14, 2005, at 8 p.m. as part of the Broadway and More Series. A total violin experience. Bowfire is a meeting of critically acclaimed violinists and fiddlers whose expertise encompasses styles as diverse as classical, jazz, country, rock, old-time, Texas-style, bluegrass, gypsy, eclectic, Celtic and electric. The high level of talent and the diverse range of material presented in their performances serve not only as a testament to the virtuosity of these musicians, but also as a loving tribute to this amazingly versatile, complex and lyrically romantic instrument. Assembled by acclaimed jazz violinist Lenny Solomon, the performing ensemble consists of violins, piano, bass, drums, guitar and cello.
Tickets are $26 and $24, $10 child or student and $15 Faculty or Staff. For tickets, call the Givens Performing Arts Center Box Office at 910.521.6361 or 1.800.367.0778.
Soprano at Moore Hall March 16
The Moore Hall Series presents soprano Judith Pannil on Wednesday, March 16 at 10 a.m. Pannill is a New York soprano and baroque specialist with “a voice rich in color and texture . . . her ornamentation was exquisite, touching on the full range of Baroque style," according to The Times of Princeton, N.J. Admission is free. A vocal master class will be announced.