This UCity venue is alive with concerts, comedy, dance and more!

University ChoraleOne of Charlotte’s best venues for great entertainment this fall is right here at UNC Charlotte.
Among the two dozen shows through early December are Shakespeare’s gender-bending comedy, “Twelfth Night,” a stirring choral tribute concert, one-of-a-kind dance performances and concerts featuring jazz, gospel, classical and contemporary music.

October performances include:

 

The Sweet By and By: Choral Reflections on Death

7:30 pm Oct. 15 in Belk Theater at Robinson Hall.

The University Chorale performs The Sweet By and By: Choral Reflections on Death, dedicated to the memory of beloved former accompanist Greg Underwood, who died in 2017.

Presented in the three stages of “Loss/Grief,” “Acceptance,” and “Peace,” the concert includes music by J.S. Bach, contemporary choral pieces, and arrangements of well-known hymns and gospel songs. Tickets

 

Woodwind and Brass Chamber Ensembles concert

7:30 pm Oct. 23 in Rowe Recital Hall

The performance is free.

 

“Twelfth Night”

Oct. 25-28; Oct. 31-Nov. 4 in the Black Box Theater at Robinson Hall. All shows are 7:30 pm except 2 pm on Oct. 28 and Nov. 4.

Robinson Distinguished Professor of Theatre Andrew Hartley directs this production of Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s gender-bending comedy about a love triangle shaped by disguise, deception, and yellow stockings. Tickets

 

The Fall Dance Concert Nov. 15-18 features student performers in works choreographed by faculty and guest artists

See the full fall semester schedule

  • Click here to see the full schedule of performances, shows and other events taking place through early December.
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Campus venues and galleries

Most main-campus performances take place at Robinson Hall, home to the 340-seat Ann R. Belk Theater and the 100-seat “black Box” Lab Theater, and in the newly renovated Rowe Recital Hall in the Rowe Arts building.

The Ann R. Belk Theater in Robinson Hall

The Ann R. Belk Theater in Robinson Hall

Most art shows are displayed in three galleries in the Rowe Arts building and in the Projective Eye Gallery at UNC Charlotte Center City.

The Storrs Gallery in the Thomas I. Storrs Building showcases professional and student work related to the School of Architecture.

About UNC Charlotte’s College of Arts and Architecture

UNC Charlotte’s College of Arts and Architecture offers numerous degrees in architecture, art and art history, dance, music and theatre.
Students and faculty produce more than 100 performances, shows and lectures annually both on the main campus and at UNC Charlotte Center City.

  • Learn more about the college, its programs and its entertainment.

 

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