Archive for January 2011
There are lots of great things happening in the Twin Counties. Over the next several weeks the University of North Carolina School of the Arts will be performing at the 1908 Courthouse, The Barter Players will be performing at area elementary schools and a production of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK! will be touring. (click here to download UNCSA Winter Concert Poster)
“BAROQUE FLUTE” KICKS OFF ANNUAL
WINTER CONCERT SERIES IN INDEPENDENCE
The Arts Council of the Twin Counties is proud to present the Winter Concert Series for 2011 featuring the student of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. This year there will be three Sunday concerts at the 1908 Courthouse in Independence, Virginia. All concerts are at 3pm and admission is FREE OF CHARGE.
The Winter Concert Series begins on January 30th with THE BAROQUE FLUTE featuring the music of Coueprin, Vivaldi, Corelli and Bach as performed be the Students of Dr. Tadeu Coelho. The Flautists are Katie Barbo; Anna Conigliari; Calen Gayle; Sara Newman; Alex So; with Paul Gillies on piano.
The other concerts in the series will be a Saxophone Quartet on Sunday, March 6th and The Classical Guitar on Sunday, April 3rd.
Located in Winston-Salem, NC, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts is the first state-supported, residential performing arts school in the nation. Today, it is a leading conservatory of international renown, offering professional training for careers in the performing, visual, and moving image arts. Five professional schools make up UNCSA: Dance; Design and Production (including a Visual Arts Program); Drama; Filmmaking; and Music. With a full complement of academic courses, the School is accredited to award the high school diploma, the college arts diploma, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and the Professional Artist Certificate.
The Arts Council serves the Twin County area by enriching the lives of our residents through promotion of the arts, and is sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Virginia Commission for the Arts. For information on memberships, sponsorships, volunteer opportunities, or making a charitable gift, call The Arts Council office at 276-238-1217.