Bernstein will be performing a variety of styles during her recital. A majority of her work for this performance has been commissioned and is a part of a feature project titled Strength and Sensitivity.
Neville's Quarter will be hosting the third Songwriter Bonanza with 20 local singer-songwriters at the PIT Chapel Hill on Jan. 12.
The funk, jazz, and hip hop band will start performing on the third Wednesday of every month as part of a residency at The Cave in Chapel Hill.
The tradition of the bilingual reading of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" will continue this month.
The PIT Chapel Hill is hosting a comedy festival, consisting of five nights, 50 comedians and 25 improv groups. With the festival, the PIT hopes to spark a local interest in the comedy scene.
On Nov. 13, UNC professor Mark Katz will present his new book on the association of hip-hop with diplomacy, and how that affects others' impressions of the United States around the world.
This Tuesday, Nov. 5, GlobeMed will be hosting its second annual Sexual Health Art Show. All ticket sales from the event go to support GlobeMed’s partner ASSADE, an association for health and development in Guatemala.
The moon is coming to Durham ... well, at least a replica is. Celebrate the history and accomplishments of space travel with four days of festivities in honor of Durham’s 150th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Susan Werner, a singer-songwriter fond of dabbling in many different genres, will be performing songs from her new album "NOLA," in Carrboro at the ArtsCenter Friday, October 18 at 8:00 p.m.
Wrinkles the Clown, an anonymous 65-year-old man hired by parents to scare children and attend birthday parties, prepares to make his debut on the big screen on Oct. 5, 2019. The film, Wrinkles the Clown, will be featured at the Nevermore Film Festival in Durham.