Arts

Triad Arts
4:23 pm
Mon November 26, 2012

Black Nativity Returns to the North Carolina Black Repertory Company

Credit Anosmia

Black Theatre is for Everyone! That’s what The North Carolina Black Repertory Company believes, and with a thirty-three-year track record of exposing diverse audiences to Black classics, developing new works, and sustaining Black theatre internationally, who are we to disagree?

NCBRC’s 12th annual production of Black Nativity by Langston Hughes is December 7-9 at the Arts Council Theatre in Winston-Salem, 610 Coliseum Drive, with evening shows at 8:00pm and matinees at 3:00pm.

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Triad Arts
4:25 pm
Fri November 23, 2012

Secrest Artists Series presents Danu and Christmas in Ireland

Ever wonder what a Christmas in Ireland would be like? Well, on Wednesday, November 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Wait Chapel on the WFU campus, you can find out. The SECREST Artists Series is bringing Danu to the Triad. The award-winning traditional Irish band brings you all of the energy and beauty of the Emerald Isle with flute, tin whistle, fiddle, button accordion, and bouzouki.

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Triad Arts
4:28 pm
Thu November 22, 2012

The Art of the Poem with Terri Kirby Erickson

"More than a poet, Terri Kirby Erickson is the best friend you always wanted, the kind you can count on both to tell you the truth, and to help you bear it."

Triad Arts
1:52 pm
Fri November 16, 2012

Triad Arts Weekend

  6 Days in November features performances and exhibits all across Winston-Salem. Among them the Winston-Salem Light project, a multimedia public art presentation that uses prominent landmarks as the canvas. The Lumanotus display begins evenings at 7:00pm through the 18th in Winston Square downtown. University of NC School of the Arts Director of the Lighting Program Norman Coates stopped by for a preview of this year’s light show.

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Triad Arts
1:52 pm
Fri November 16, 2012

Triad Arts Weekend

6 Days in November features performances and exhibits all across Winston-Salem. Among them the Winston-Salem Light project, a multimedia public art presentation that uses prominent landmarks as the canvas. The Lumanotus display begins evenings at 7:00pm through the 18th in Winston Square downtown. University of NC School of the Arts Director of the Lighting Program Norman Coates stopped by for a preview of this year’s light show.

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Triad Arts
11:40 am
Fri November 16, 2012

Winston-Salem Symphony Presents Choral Classics

Do you like choral music? Well, there’s so-so choral music, and then there’s truly awesome choral music. Today on Triad Arts, Winston-Salem Symphony Music Director Robert Moody is here with the good stuff.

Triad Arts
11:27 am
Fri November 16, 2012

Piedmont Craftsmen Fair Creeping Up On The Big Five-Oh

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For centuries arts and crafts have played a huge role in the economic development of the Piedmont Triad. In fact, our nation’s first president, George Washington himself was known to have done some shopping from the tradesmen in Salem.

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Arts
12:00 am
Fri July 27, 2012

Frederick Chopin

Peter Kairoff

July 27, 2012

It's Kairoff at the Keyboard with pianist and Wake Forest University professor of music Peter Kairoff helping us to better understand the legendary pianist/composer Frederick Chopin.

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Arts
12:00 am
Fri June 15, 2012

Bela Bartok

Pianist and WFU Professor of Music Peter Kairoff reveals the beauty of Bartok during Kairoff at the Keyboard: Understanding Classical Music.

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Arts
11:22 am
Sat October 16, 2010

Beethoven And Beer At The Happy Dog

You ever hear the one about the cellist who walked into a bar? Really, this is no joke: He and several colleagues from the Cleveland Orchestra have been playing pickup gigs at a local watering hole, providing a cultural mash-up of Beethoven and beer. It's standing room only at the Happy Dog, a neighborhood bar on Cleveland's near-west side, and owner Sean Watterson is pumped -- in his own way.

"This is as packed as any other night that we've got. People want to see Cleveland Orchestra members up onstage," he says. "The turnout's been incredible."

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