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Chapel Hill Philharmonia Concert: A Mosaic of Music

Moeser Auditorium 145 East Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

On Sunday, December 11, the Chapel Hill Philharmonia will present “A Mosaic of Music”. Guest conductor Vincent Povazsay leads the orchestra in the program of unusual symphonic works. Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel’s “Overture in C” is followed by Marquez’s exciting Latin symphonic dance “Conga del Fuego Nuevo”. Sibelius’s powerful Symphony #1 completes the evening. The free concert... Read More →

Letdown. – ‘The Freak Tour’ w/ Lowborn

Local 506 506 W. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

For all venue policies and $3 membership info, visit www.local506.com – Under 21 subject to surcharge, payable at the door. Must have valid ID to enter.

$15

Electric Frankenstein Lives! w/ Sex Negative

Local 506 506 W. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

For all venue policies & membership info, visit www.local506.com – Under 21 subject to a surcharge, payable at the door. Must have valid ID to enter. 

$10

New Years Jazz w/ J.A.M.F.

Local 506 506 W. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC

For all venue policies & membership info, visit www.local506.com – Under 21 subject to a surcharge, payable at the door. Must have valid ID to enter. 

$10

Old Christmas Concert

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church 210 St. Mary's Road, Hillsbororugh

The St. Matthew's Women's Singing Circle invites you to celebrate Old Christmas with them on Friday, January 6, at 7:30pm for a Faith & Arts Concert at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church. Old Christmas is when we hold our breath as the Twelve Days of Christmastide end and the Season of Epiphany begins. Old Christmas is... Read More →

$10

WVC Winter Concert: “Songs of Celestial Spheres”

University United Methodist Church 150 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill

Songs of Celestial Spheres features music and poetry inspired by the sun, moon, and stars, spanning numerous cultures, languages, historical periods, and musical styles. This repertoire illumines the emotional complexities of life, death, power, and love as expressed through metaphors of these luminous orbs.

$20

WVC Spring Concert: “My Soul Is Awakened”

First Presbyterian Church 305 East Main Street, Durham

My Soul is Awakened includes repertoire conveying themes of renewal, transformation, enlightenment, and self-realization through the lenses of varied cultures, languages, and musical styles. Women composers of note are featured on this concert, including Gwyneth Walker, Rosephanye Powell, Lana Walter, Eleanor Daley, Joan Szymko, Patricia Van Ness, Susan LaBarr, and Sarah Quartel.

$20
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