A traveling Holocaust education exhibit stops in Asheville. Plus, Art Garden AVL presents a show of large, collaborative murals, a local artist supports Ukraine, Asheville Community Theatre puts on a sci-fi show and more!
Rise Up: A Celebration of African American History and Culture returns for a second consecutive year with a virtual twist. Also: Asheville Wisdom Exchange launches; The Magnetic Theatre celebrates its first live performance of 2021; and plenty more.
Asheville Young Musicians Club has already raised $10,000 for Asheville Chamber Music Series, Asheville Area Piano Forum and Vision Nicaragua. The group will continue fundraising for the nonprofits through a chamber music performance on Sunday, May 29.
The ambitious four, who recently won the prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award, bring their international travels to Asheville’s Unitarian Universalist Congregation on Friday, Sept. 25, at 8 p.m.
This may come as a surprise, but the story behind the unassuming-sounding Asheville Chamber Music Series has the makings of a Hollywood movie. The classical music organization was founded in 1952 by Joe Vandewart, a refugee from Nazi Germany who first landed in New York City, where he worked as a butler. Eventually, the music […]
The 2014-15 season of the Asheville Chamber Music Series opens with a program by pianist Bradley Martin and violinist Justin Bruns. The two musicians come with impressive resumes — Martin, an associate professor at Western Carolina University’s school of music, has appeared with the Pacific Music Festival in Japan and the Bolshoi Theatre in Russia. […]
Wu Han and David Finckel descend upon Asheville’s classical scene with their stirring mix of cello and piano.
The Asheville Chamber Music Series concludes its season on Friday, March 25 with the Miro String Quartet from Austin. The program includes “Quartett-satz” by Franz Schubert; String Quartet No.1, Op. 51 in C minor, by Johannes Brahms; and, departing the Romantic period with a piece from 1991, Phillp Glass’ String Quartet No. 5.
The Asheville Chamber Music Series continues its 58th season on Friday, Jan. 21, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Asheville with The Peabody Trio. The program includes four pieces of varying instrumentation from the Romantic, modern and contemporary periods.