Spring Concert Series

Come out to listen to great live music with family and friends. Every Thursday in May 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm there will be a different band playing. Here is the schedule below: May 2- Too Much Sylvia May 9- SNAP May 16- Coconut Groove Band May 23- Southside Station Band May 30- The Voltage...

Fall Concert Series – Too Much Sylvia

These guys get it right, with covers of hits by Paul Simon, Kid Rock, Toby Keith and dozens of others, plus their own great originals. “Stepped Right Outta My Dream” won 2014 Song of the Year from the Carolina Beach Music Association.

Spotlight Recital

The Department of Music presents Spotlight, a recital showcasing the finest accomplishments of the music students in solo and small ensemble performances. Tickets are $18 for general admission; $12 for UNC Charlotte faculty, staff, and alumni; $10 for seniors; and $8 for...

New website is our portal for university’s arts + architecture events

UNC Charlotte’s College of Arts + Architecture has just rolled out a new welcome mat to University City – online. Arts.uncc.edu provides a single place for us to learn about 100-plus performances and exhibits by talented students, faculty and visiting artists. “We want to be the resource for people who are interested in hearing great music or seeing interesting theater or viewing challenging artwork,” explains Meg Whalen, communications director for the College of Arts + Architecture. This website focuses on the community The college already has a website, but much of its content serves the college’s 1,200-plus students and faculty. As a result, people seeking information about upcoming shows often could not find it. “We decided we needed to create a website that was strictly for our events and exhibitions and particularly for our highest profile, most engaging events and exhibitions,” Whalen said. The resulting website provides that showcase. The site also has information that campus visitors often crave – including where to park and how to find the venue. The “Buy tickets” link is front and center on every page, though many shows are free. You’ll want to know about great events like these With just a glance at the homepage you’ll quickly learn about some of the biggest shows coming in the next few weeks. Among the performances and exhibits highlighted on the current homepage are: Art Faculty Biennial Exhibition: Panel and Reception – Sept. 9 – This show will feature the works of two dozen faculty members. You’re also invited to attend the free reception on Sept. 9, where faculty members share perspectives and insights as...