The festival's announcement last week aims for activism, but so far misses the mark.
Need some unexpected cuts for a mix this week? We've got you covered.
Lattimore performs at the Cat's Cradle Back Room in Carrboro Sunday night.
Before the premiere of his eleventh symphony, Glass discusses his resistance to retrospection, his renewed political focus, and the code connecting classical and contemporary in his music.
The concert, part of "Glass at 80," comes to Memorial Hall on Friday, Feb. 3.
As Carolina Performing Arts launches its "Glass at 80" concerts celebrating the great composer's birthday, we explore the reasons for his outsize influence.
American Aquarium is encouraging its many out-of-town fans to come to its pair of hometown shows this weekend.
Since resigning from the Durham venue last year, Nocek is back in the saddle with his own presenting company.
After a long struggle with mental illness and a shorter battle with cancer, the Mayor of Ninth Street—or, in Raleigh, Hillsborough Street’s Handel—is dying. But his music changed lives.
The R.E.M. and Hootie alum's new single, "Don't Mention the War" b/w "Cinderella Style," comes out Feb. 3.
The N.C. Symphony performs classic music from the TV program at Meymandi Concert Hall this weekend.
The Raleigh outfit celebrates the album's release Saturday night at The Maywood.
Beginning this week, the shows will cost five dollars after being free for a decade.
Plus, the ten best local albums and songs of 2016.
The nonprofit, which gives low-income kids music education, needs to raise $100,000 by the end of January to resume operations.
Issued a decade ago, these local albums hinted at what was to come or heralded the end of an era.
We speak with director Evan Hatch about the institute’s work in advance of a benefit show at Motorco.
Under their alter egos, Rodney Finch and Zenaida Reyes are making major strides to elevate their scene.
Robinson celebrates the release of his new record Saturday night at The Station in Carrboro.
This weekend marks the world premiere of Piedmont Blues, led by the renowned pianist and his band The Assembly.