Grammy-winning violinist, member of Brooklyn Rider and Silkroad Ensemble, and longtime friend to Carolina Performing Arts Johnny Gandelsman returns for his fifteenth performance at CPA, with a solo program that highlights his singular talent for reinventing music of the classical canon—this time, performing Bach’s Cello Suites on his violin.
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The impact of the late Southern chef Edna Lewis on American cuisine—and generations of people—cannot be overstated. Inspired by Hilton Als’ childhood recollections of admiring Lewis from afar during her years in New York City, Edna Lewis is a meditative love letter to her by a celebrated writer. Featuring the sensational Helga Davis (CPA artist-in-residence,… Read More →
The Commons is a place to think together. It’s a place to get to know people and share experiences with friends and strangers. The Commons is bridging the gap between UNC and the greater Chapel Hill arts community, filling a need that has been present for too long. Alex Ripp, a postdoctoral fellow with Carolina… Read More →
Tiny Luxuries is an experimental dance-theater piece created for The Process Series by Heather Tatreau with support from the UNC College of Arts and Sciences, Carolina Performing Arts, and a grant from The Orange County Arts Commission. This original production is based upon Clarice Lispector’s 1977 novella, The Hour of the Star. Through the rich… Read More →
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