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10:03 am
Thu February 20, 2014

Forecast Music Performs Chamber Music of Aaron Copland and John Corigliano

Forecast Music was founded in 2001 in what has come to be known as the epicenter of contemporary music in America: Brooklyn, NY. Forecast, the adventurous new music group is now based in the Triad, where it draws on several of the world’s finest composers and performers living right here in North Carolina. The Forecast mission: “…to present new and innovative American concert music of varied aesthetic visions in relaxed, alternative performance spaces as well as traditional concert venues.” Each program is typically one hour in length.

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9:28 am
Wed February 19, 2014

The Enrichment Center Celebrates Mardi Gras

Allison Bicknell

    

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9:52 am
Tue February 18, 2014

Helen Simoneau Danse Presents Original Choreography at Hanes Brands Theatre

Helen Simoneau Danse

Helen Simoneau Danse is bringing a program of original choreography to downtown Winston-Salem. It’s a short program with live music—both classical and contemporary—and it’ll feature two dances: a duet that Helen began while attending her company’s recent residency at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York, and “Paper Wings” commissioned by the American Dance Festival. Helen says “Paper Wings” was originally choreographed for 19 students. She’s since restaged the work for 11 professional dancers.

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9:26 am
Mon February 17, 2014

Carolina Winter Music Festival Presents "Brass Under the Big Top"

Brass Under the Big Top is February 22nd.
carolinachambersymphony.org

Triad Arts as Broadcast at 8:35am and 5:44pm

The Carolina Winter Music Festival presents “Brass Under the Big Top”, music and magic of the circus for the whole family this Saturday morning, February 22, at 11:00 AM in the Milton Rhodes Center. The unique performance features the acclaimed Giannini Brass with Special Guest Dikki Ellis, from New York's Big Apple Circus. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg called Dikki’s performance “terrific”, and the N.Y. Post’s Clive Barnes said: "One also had to admire the actual circus feats of a very deft Dikki Ellis...".

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12:52 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

WFU Theatre Presents Embers and Stars: The Story of Petr Ginz

Embers and Stars comes to the Ring Theatre this weekend.
Credit WFU Department of Theatre

  

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Petr Ginz was a boy genius. He grew up in Prague in the 1930s. Before his 15th birthday he had already written and illustrated five novels, taught himself new languages, and established a periodical magazine.    

Still as a child Petr immersed himself in sociology, literature, painting, geography and various technical fields as well. Sadly, many of these pursuits took place in the Terezin concentration camp. Petr was eventually assigned to one of the last trains to Auschwitz where he died in the gas chambers in 1944.

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