The Tar River Players Present ‘Narnia’ a magical production
The Tar River Players' second production of the 2011-2012 season will feature 35 area youths in the magical story of "Narnia."
Aslan, the great lion of Narnia, the wicked White Witch, unicorns, and other magical creatures will combine under one roof to create a fun, family-oriented environment. One's imagination can run freely 8 p.m. Feb. 24 in the McIntyre Auditorium on the Tarboro campus of Edgecombe Community College.
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. to perform in Tarboro
Edgecombe Community College is pleased present an eclectic evening of classic pop, R&B and gospel music with Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. on Friday, February 24. The concert takes place at 8:00 PM in beautiful Keihin Auditorium on the Tarboro campus, and is the fourth of six concerts in the 2011-12 season of the Edgecombe Performance Series.
A Capella Night at Keihin Auditorium
Edgecombe Community College is pleased present a fun evening of a capella singing on Friday, February 17. The term “a capella” (spelled “a cappella” in Italian) is a Latin phrase, meaning “in the style of the chapel.” The modern day use of the term in music is understood to mean “voices without instrumental accompaniment.” The February 17 concert features two of the regions premier collegiate male a capella ensembles, The Clef Hangers of UNC-Chapel Hill and The Pitchforks of Duke University. Both groups feature 12-16 singers who will perform close harmonies in a musical renewal of the famed Tobacco Road rivalry.
Edgecombe Arts Executive Director, Joyce Turner shares pieces of art from her personal work.
New children’s books sparkle any time of year
Last year was a stellar one for picture books, and my personal favorite was “Dave the Potter” winner of the Caldecott Medal for 2011. With illustrations by Bryan Collier, and text by Laban Carrick Hill, the book weaves the story of a South Carolina potter who signed his works merely “Dave.”
Americana Singer-Songwriter performs in hometown
Local Americana singer and songwriter, Anna Vaughn Creech will grace the stage 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14 at Saint Anne's Chapel in Tarboro with an acoustic guitar filled night of folk and rock music that is sure to keep audience members highly entertained and on their feet.
‘A Christmas Carol’
The Tar River Players opened their seventh season with a gala production of Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol” this past weekend playing to a capacity crowd in McIntyre Auditorium.
“We were thrilled with the turnout for the first weekend of “A Christmas Carol” and even more excited by the responses we’ve received from those who have attended,” said Director Roberta Cashwell.
Award winning S&D Choir to hold concert in Tarboro
Forty-two days after being tagged the, "Best Choir in America," the award winning Salvation & Deliverance Choir of Tarboro is bringing its show home.
At 7 p.m. on Dec. 9, at Keihin Auditorium on the campus of Edgecombe Community College in Tarboro, the Salvation and Deliverance Choir will present, "How Sweet the Tiding" concert featuring David and Tamela Mann. The show is expected to last two hours.
The annual Hobson Pittman Holiday exhibition
The works have been selected for the annual Hobson Pittman Holiday exhibition, tentatively titled “Hobson Pittman: the artist’s travel journal”. The show is expected to be ready for public by next Friday.
N.C. Symphony takes holiday music across state
Beginning in two weeks, the North Carolina Symphony will travel across the state, from New Bern to Lincolnton and more, for an annual family tradition, the orchestra’s Holiday Pops celebrations.
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