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AN APPALACHIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL 2015

M USIC • D ANCE • T HEATRE • V ISUAL A RTS • F ILM


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4 MONDAY

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TUESDAY

W E DNE S DAY

JUNE 27

THURS DAY

JULY 1

Outdoor Fireworks Concert:

FILM SERIES:

KACEY MUSGRAVES

Pride

FRIDAY

S ATURDAY

2

4

3

Turchin Center for the Visual Arts

Summer Exhibition Celebration

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WORKSHOP BEGINS:

Painting/Mixed Media Page 29

FILM SERIES:

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GETT: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem

Broyhill Chamber Ensemble

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LUNCH & LEARN

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Broyhill Chamber Ensemble

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Brian Stokes Mitchell

Parsons Dance

with the Winston-Salem Symphony

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FILM SERIES:

Eastern Energy Summit Keynote with Festival Robert F. Orchestra Kennedy Jr.

The Hunt Page 15

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The David Grisman Sextet featuring

Bryan Sutton Band

LUNCH & LEARN Page 29

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The Beach Boys Page 17

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Rosen-Schaffel Competition for Young & Emerging Artists

Pictures Tell a Story and Journals for Young Artists

WORKSHOPS BEGIN:

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FILM SERIES:

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Twenty Feet Lisa Fischer from & Grand Stardom Baton

Broyhill Chamber Ensemble

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Without Words

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LUNCH & LEARN

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FILM SERIES: WORKSHOP BEGINS:

Exploring Water Media Page 29

Valley of Saints Page 24

LUNCH & LEARN Page 29

Without Words 29th Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Walk

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IN/VISIBLE THEATRE:25

Broyhill Chamber Ensemble Page 25

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Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox Page 26

AN APPALACHIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL


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OUTDOOR FIREWORKS CONCERT WITH

KACEY MUSGRAVES

N ASHVILLE - BASED SINGER / SONGWRITER K ACEY M USGRAVES G RAMMY AWARD -WINNING ALBUM , S AME T RAILER D IFFERENT PARK , IN M ARCH 2013. T HE ALBUM DEBUTED AT N O. 1 ON B ILLBOARD ’ S T OP C OUNTRY A LBUMS CHART, MAKING HER THE FIRST SOLO FEMALE IN FIVE YEARS TO OPEN AT N O. 1 WITH A ROOKIE RELEASE . S HE RECEIVED THE 2014 G RAMMY FOR "B EST C OUNTRY A LBUM " AND HAS TAKEN HOME THE AWARD FOR “N EW A RTIST OF THE Y EAR” AT THE 2013 CMA AWARDS AND “S ONG OF THE Y EAR” AT THE 2014 CMA AWARDS . M USGRAVES ’ HITS INCLUDE “M ERRY G O ‘R OUND ”, “F OLLOW YOUR A RROW ”, “B LOWIN ’ S MOKE ”, “B ISCUITS ” AND MORE !

RELEASED HER

G ATES

6 PM , SO COME EARLY AND BRING A PICNIC ! F IREWORKS ARE SCHEDULED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SHOW. OPEN AT

SPONSORED BY BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION

SATURDAY, JUNE 27 7:30PM (GATES OPEN AT 6PM), KIDD BREWER STADIUM Tickets: General Admission: $38, Blue Ridge Electric Members: $33 and Children 6 & Under: $5


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES I NSPIRED

BY ACTUAL EVENTS , DIRECTOR

M ATTHEW WARCHUS ’ P RIDE DETAILS THE UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP FORGED BETWEEN A WALES AND THE L ONDON - BASED GAY AND LESBIAN ACTIVISTS WHO RAISE FUNDS TO FEED THEIR FAMILIES IN THE SUMMER OF 1984. W ITH NO END TO THE STRIKE IN SIGHT, THE URBAN ACTIVISTS VENTURE INTO THE COUNTRYSIDE TO DELIVER THEIR DONATION IN PERSON , AND FIND THEY HAVE MORE IN COMMON WITH THE PEOPLE OF THIS STRUGGLING COMMUNITY THAN ANYONE ON EITHER SIDE COULD HAVE EXPECTED . SMALL COMMUNITY OF STRIKING MINERS IN

UNITED KINGDOM; RATED R; DIRECTED BY MATTHEW WARCHUS (2014); 119 MINUTES.

P RE - FILM

TALK WITH

D R . J OHN P FEIFER

BEGINS AT

7 PM ,

WITH THE FILM BEGINNING AT APPROXIMATELY

PRIDE

WEDNESDAY, JULY 1

7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9

7:30 PM .


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TURCHIN CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS LIVE

C ELEBRATE SUMMER AND THE OPENING OF THE T URCHIN C ENTER’ S EXHIBITION , STREAM: RAZI P ROJECTS , THE C OLL ABORATIONS OF S UZI D AVIDOFF AND R ACHELLE T HIEWES . J OIN US FOR MUSIC AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO MEET THE ARTISTS !

C ONVERSATION WITH THE ARTISTS : F RIDAY, J ULY 3 4 PM , T URCHIN C ENTER L ECTURE H ALL

R EASSEMBLING FROM THE H EAVY M ETAL S ERIES N ANCY B RIT TELLE J ULY 3 – S EPTEMBER 26, 2015 COMMUNITY GALLERY

BY

N ANCY B RITTELLE USES RECYCLED AND WATER - BASED MATERIALS TO TRANSFORM ORDINARY DETRITUS INTO ANCIENT SCULPTURAL FORMS MADE OF PRECIOUS METALS THAT LOOK CENTURIES OLD BUT

FEATURED EXHIBITIONS:

ARE SHAPED WITHIN A MODERN CONTEXT.

STREAM: R AZI P ROJECTS , THE C OLL ABORATIONS S UZI D AVIDOFF AND R ACHELLE T HIEWES J ULY 3, 2015 – F EBRUARY 6, 2016 MAIN GALLERY F INDING

OF

GROUND IN

IN THE LANDSCAPE ,

A NNIE WALDROP ’ S SCULPTURE RE - IMAGINES A FEMININE NARRATIVE

PATTERN , LIGHT AND

LINKING PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND

THE PERCEPTION AND

CULTURAL MYTHS WITH ELEMENTS FOUND

THEIR SHARED INTEREST

AND

S UZI D AVIDOFF ’ S

T HE S EEN AND THE U NSEEN : A NNIE WALDROP J ULY 3 – S EPTEMBER 26, 2015 MEZZANINE GALLERY

NAVIGATION OF THE

IN NATURE .

NATURAL WORLD ,

TIES ACROSS GENERATIONS , AN UNBROKEN

R ACHELLE T HIEWES

LINEAGE SUGGESTED BY INTIMATE

COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS RANGE

S HE

BY

PAYS HOMAGE TO FAMILY

SYMBOLS OF THE LIFE CYCLE , FERTILITY, AND REBIRTH .

FROM ARTISTS BOOKS TO INSTALLATION TO VIDEO WITH A

CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS:

FOCUS ON OUR HUMAN INTERACTION WITH THE ENVIRONMENT.

GALLERY A: Q UICKSILVER : N EW A CQUISITIONS FROM THE A NDY WARHOL F OUNDATION FOR THE V ISUAL A RTS GALLERY B: G ARDEN OF E DEN : A NDRZEJ M ACIEJEWSKI MAYER GALLERY: S TRUCTURES & S URFACES : LYNN D URYEA & B RAD S TROMAN

SUMMER EXHIBITION CELEBRATION FRIDAY, JULY 3 6-10PM, TURCHIN CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS Free Event


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E VERY SUMMER , CLASSICAL MUSIC TAKES CENTER STAGE AT A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL , AS VIOLINIST G IL M ORGENSTERN , A RTISTIC D IRECTOR OF THE B ROYHILL C HAMBER E NSEMBLE AND ITS I NTERNATIONAL R EFLECTIONS S ERIES , ASSEMBLES SEVERAL OF THE NATION ’ S MOST EXCITING AND ACCOMPLISHED CHAMBER MUSICIANS FOR AN EXQUISITE AND MOVING CONCERT SERIES . P ERFORMING THROUGHOUT THE U.S. AND E UROPE , THE ENSEMBLE PRESENTS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE CONVENTIONAL APPROACH TO CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAMMING .

T HE SERIES OPENS ON J ULY 7, 9, 21, AND 30.

WITH ADDITIONAL

CONCERTS ON J ULY

JULY 7TH PROGRAM: T RIO N O. 2 IN B MINOR , O P. 76

J OAQUÍN T URINA

T HE V OICES OF THE V IOLIN , PART 1 D UETS FOR T WO V IOLINS

B ÉLA B ARTÓK

F ROM

B EDřICH S METANA

MY

H OMEL AND

P IANO T RIO

IN D MINOR ,

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T HE 2015 B ROYHILL C HAMBER E NSEMBLE CONCERT SERIES IS DEDICATED TO THE

D OT B ARBER , A CHERISHED F RIENDS OF A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL .

MEMORY OF

MEMBER OF THE

SPONSORED BY MCDONALD’S OF BOONE

BROYHILL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

TUESDAY, JULY 7 8PM, ROSEN CONCERT HALL Tickets: Adult: $20, Student/Child: $10


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES A N I SRAELI

WOMAN SEEKING TO FINALIZE A DIVORCE

“ GETT ”

FROM HER

ESTRANGED HUSBAND FINDS HERSELF EFFECTIVELY PUT ON TRIAL BY HER COUNTRY ’ S RELIGIOUS MARRIAGE LAWS , IN THIS POWERHOUSE COURTROOM DRAMA . I N I SRAEL , THERE IS NEITHER CIVIL MARRIAGE NOR CIVIL DIVORCE ; ONLY

O RTHODOX

RABBIS CAN LEGALIZE A UNION OR ITS DISSOLUTION ,

WHICH IS ONLY POSSIBLE WITH THE HUSBAND ’ S FULL CONSENT. IN A LOVELESS MARRIAGE ,

V IVIANE A MSALEM

T RAPPED

HAS BEEN APPLYING FOR A

DIVORCE FOR THREE YEARS BUT HER RELIGIOUSLY DEVOUT HUSBAND

E LISHA ,

CONTINUALLY REFUSES .

H IS

COLD INTRANSIGENCE ,

V IVIANE ’ S

DETERMINATION TO FIGHT FOR HER FREEDOM , AND THE AMBIGUOUS ROLE OF THE RABBINICAL JUDGES SHAPE A PROCEDURE IN WHICH TRAGEDY VIES WITH ABSURDITY AND EVERYTHING IS BROUGHT OUT INTO THE OPEN FOR JUDGMENT. ISRAEL; NOT RATED; DIRECTED BY RONIT ELKABETZ AND SHLOMI ELKABETZ (2014); 115 MINUTES. THIS FILM CONTAINS SUBTITLES.

P RE - FILM

TALK WITH

D R . J OHN P FEIFER

7 PM , 7:30 PM .

BEGINS AT

WITH THE FILM BEGINNING AT APPROXIMATELY

GETT:

The Trial of Viviane Amsalem WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9


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BROYHILL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE JULY 9TH PROGRAM: S ONATA

FOR

V IOLIN

AND

C ELLO

IN

D M AJOR

L UIGI B OCCHERINI

T HE V OICES OF THE V IOLIN , PART 2 S UITE N O. 1 FOR S OLO V IOLIN

E RNEST B LOCH

P IANO

M AX B RUCH

TRIO IN C MINOR ,

P IANO T RIO

NO.

2

O P. 5

IN C MINOR ,

O P. 66

F ELIX M ENDELSSOHN

SPONSORED BY MCDONALD’S OF BOONE

THURSDAY, JULY 9 8PM, ROSEN CONCERT HALL Tickets: Adult: $20, Student/Child: $10


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K NOWN

FOR ITS SEXY ATHLETICISM AND STUNNING ENSEMBLE WORK ,

PARSONS D ANCE DELIVERS POSITIVE , LIFE - ENRICHING A MERICAN CHOREOGRAPHERS TAKE CENTER STAGE IN A SEASON FULL OF PREMIERES AND FAVORITES , INCLUDING D AVID PARSONS ’ LATEST CREATION W HIRL AWAY, SET TO MUSIC BY THE LEGENDARY JAZZ MUSICIAN A LLEN T OUSSAINT, R OBERT B ATTLE ’ S PERCUSSIVE WORK T RAIN , T REY M C I NTYRE ’ S REFLECTIVE DUET H YMN AND PARSONS ’ STROBOSCOPIC MASTERPIECE , C AUGHT . EXPERIENCES TO AUDIENCES WORLDWIDE .

F OR 2015/16,

NEW AND CELEBRATED

PARSONS DANCE Parsons Dance Photo by Lois Greenfield

FRIDAY, JULY 10 8PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: Adult: $28, Student/Child: $20


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A SCHAEFER POPULAR SERIES EVENT: D UBBED “T HE L AST L EADING M AN ” BY T HE N EW YORK T IMES , B RIAN S TOKES M ITCHELL HAS ENJOYED A RICH AND VARIED CAREER ON B ROADWAY, TELEVISION AND FILM , ALONG WITH APPEARANCES IN THE GREAT A MERICAN CONCERT HALLS . K NOWN FOR HIS POWERFUL BARITONE , HE RECEIVED THE 2000 T ONY AWARD FOR “B EST A CTOR IN A M USICAL” IN K ISS M E , K ATE . H IS LATEST ALBUM , S IMPLY B ROADWAY, HAS BEEN PRAISED BY USA T ODAY AS ONE OF THE “B EST A LBUMS OF 2013.”

SERIES SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY WESTGLOW RESORT & SPA AND ROWLAND’S RESTAURANT, MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF BONNIE AND JAMIE SCHAEFER.

PERFORMANCE SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY: MAST GENERAL STORE, STORIE STREET GRILLE, BOONE AREA VISITORS BUREAU, NORTHERN TRUST, GOODNIGHT BROTHERS AND SKYBEST COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

BROADWAY AND MORE:

BRIAN STOKES MITCHELL

WITH THE WINSTON-SALEM SYMPHONY Robert Moody, Music Director

SATURDAY, JULY 11 8PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: Adult: $35, Student/Child: $28


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U NDER THE DIRECTION OF M AESTRO G ERARD S CHWARZ , T HE E ASTERN F ESTIVAL O RCHESTRA RETURNS TO THE FESTIVAL FOR AN AFTERNOON OF INCOMPARABLE SYMPHONIC MUSIC FEATURING SOLOISTS AWADAGIN P RATT, PIANO, AND A MBER C ARPENTER , FIRST- PRIZE WINNER OF THE 2014 R OSEN -S CHAFFEL C OMPETITION FOR YOUNG AND E MERGING A RTISTS . T HIS

A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL R OSEN -S CHAFFEL E NDOWMENT FOR C LASSICAL M USIC P ROGRAMMING . C REATED BY N ANCY AND N EIL S CHAFFEL , THE ENDOWMENT HONORS THE LEGACY OF N ANCY ’ S PARENTS , A RNOLD AND M URIEL R OSEN , AND THEIR LIFELONG COMMITMENT TO THE FINE ARTS , AS WELL AS THEIR IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE FOUNDING OF A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL . PERFORMANCE AND OTHER CLASSICAL MUSIC EVENTS AT

ARE SUPPORTED BY THE

EASTERN FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA Gerard Schwarz, Music Director Awadagin Pratt, Piano Amber Carpenter, Harp

S HOSTAKOVICH : O CTOBER S YMPHONIC P OEM , O P. 131 B EETHOVEN : C ONCERTO FOR P IANO, N O. 1 IN C M AJOR , O P. 15 - AWADAGIN P RATT, PIANO AND CONDUCTOR D EBUSSY: D ANSES SACRÉE ET PROFANE (S ACRED AND P ROFANE D ANCES ) - A MBER C ARPENTER , HARP T CHAIKOVSK Y: S YMPHONY N O. 4 IN F MINOR , O P. 36, TH 27

SUNDAY, JULY 12 4PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: Adult: $28, Student/Child: $20


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R OBERT F. K ENNEDY J R .,

WORLD - RECOGNIZED

ENVIRONMENTALIST AND ENERGY POLICY EXPERT JOINS THE FESTIVAL AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR THE FOURTH ANNUAL

S UMMIT. K ENNEDY

A PPALACHIAN E NERGY

WILL ADDRESS WHY GOOD

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY EQUALS GOOD BUSINESS POLICY. I MMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ,

R OCK Y M OUNTAIN I NSTITUTE ’ S C HIEF S CIENTIST A MORY L OVINS JOINS K ENNEDY FOR A SPIRITED EXCHANGE AROUND THE CHALLENGES AND

OPPORTUNITIES OF CHARTING A CLEAN - ENERGY FUTURE . J OIN THE

C AROLINA’ S

S UMMIT ’ S

CIRCLE OF

N ORTH

BOLDEST ENERGY THOUGHT LEADERS

AS WE LEARN FROM TWO OF CLEAN ENERGY ’ S MOST RESPECTED CHAMPIONS .

Energy Summit Keynote WITH

ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR. MONDAY, JULY 13 7:30PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Free Event


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES T HIS

FILM IS A DISTURBING DEPICTION OF

HOW A LIE BECOMES THE TRUTH WHEN GOSSIP, DOUBT AND MALICE ARE ALLOWED TO FLOURISH AND IGNITE A WITCH - HUNT THAT SOON THREATENS TO DESTROY AN INNOCENT MAN ’ S LIFE .

L UCAS

IS

A FORMER SCHOOLTEACHER WHO HAS BEEN FORCED TO START OVER , HAVING OVERCOME A TOUGH DIVORCE AND THE LOSS OF HIS JOB . J UST AS THINGS ARE STARTING TO GO HIS WAY, HIS LIFE IS SHATTERED WHEN AN UNTRUTHFUL REMARK THROWS HIS SMALL COMMUNITY INTO A COLLECTIVE STATE OF HYSTERIA .

AS

THE LIE SPREADS ,

L UCAS

IS FORCED

TO FIGHT A LONELY FIGHT FOR HIS LIFE AND DIGNITY. DENMARK; RATED R; DIRECTED BY THOMAS VINTERBERG (2012); 115 MINUTES. THIS FILM CONTAINS SUBTITLES.

P RE - FILM BEGINS AT

TALK WITH

7 PM ,

D R . J OHN P FEIFER

WITH THE FILM BEGINNING

AT APPROXIMATELY

7:30 PM .

The Hunt WEDNESDAY, JULY 15 7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9


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A SCHAEFER POPULAR SERIES EVENT: M ANDOLINIST, SINGER , AND COMPOSER , D AVID G RISMAN HAS BEEN A PIONEER OF ACOUSTIC STRING MUSIC FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY. D AVID HAS PLAYED WITH MANY OF HIS HEROES , FROM S TEPHANE G RAPPELLI , S VEND A SMUSSEN AND J ETHRO B URNS TO D OC WATSON , B ILL M ONROE AND E ARL S CRUGGS . H IS LONG FRIENDSHIP WITH J ERRY G ARCIA ALSO YIELDED A CHERISHED LEGACY OF RECORDINGS . T ODAY HE PLAYS WITH T HE D AVID G RISMAN S EXTET, PERFORMING HIS ORIGINAL “D AWG ” COMPOSITIONS ( THE NICKNAME GIVEN TO HIM BY J ERRY G ARCIA ). T HE S EXTET INCLUDES J IM K ERWIN ( BASS ), M ATT E AKLE ( FLUTE AND BASS FLUTE ), G EORGE M ARSH ( DRUMS AND PERCUSSION ), C HAD M ANNING ( VIOLIN , VIOLA AND MANDOLIN ) AND G EORGE C OLE ( GUITAR ).

THE

DAVID GRISMAN SEXTET FEATURING SPECIAL GUESTS:

Bryan Sutton Band SERIES SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY WESTGLOW RESORT & SPA AND ROWLAND’S RESTAURANT, MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF BONNIE AND JAMIE SCHAEFER.

FRIDAY, JULY 17 8PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: Adult: $28, Student/Child: $20

PERFORMANCE SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY: MAST GENERAL STORE, STORIE STREET GRILLE, BOONE AREA VISITORS BUREAU, NORTHERN TRUST, GOODNIGHT BROTHERS AND SKYBEST COMMUNICATIONS, INC.


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A SCHAEFER POPULAR SERIES EVENT: YOU

CAN CAPSULIZE MOST POP MUSIC ACTS BY RECITING HOW MANY HITS THEY ’ VE ACHIEVED AND HOW MANY MILLIONS OF

ALBUMS THEY ’ VE SOLD .

B EACH B OYS . H AVING

B UT

THESE CONVENTIONAL MEASUREMENTS FALL SHORT WHEN YOU ’ RE ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF

HAS CHANGED THE MUSICAL LANDSCAPE SO PROFOUNDLY THAT EVERY POP ACT SINCE HAS BEEN IN ITS DEBT. ALL ,

T HE B EACH B OYS

H APPILY

FOR US

CONTINUE TO CREATE AND PERFORM WITH THE SAME BOLD IMAGINATION AND STYLE THAT MARKED

THEIR EXPLOSIVE DEBUT

IN

T HE

BIRTHED A TORRENT OF HIT SINGLES AND SOLD ALBUMS BY THE TENS OF MILLIONS , THIS ICONIC BAND

50

YEARS AGO.

B EACH B OY M IKE L OVE ( LEAD VOCALS ) AND B EACH B OY-VET B RUCE J OHNSTON ( VOCALS / – C HRISTIAN L OVE ( GUITAR / VOCALS ), R ANDELL K IRSCH ( BASS / VOCALS ), T IM B ONHOMME ( KEYBOARDS / VOCALS ), C OWSILL OF T HE C OWSILLS ( PERCUSSION / VOCALS ) AND S COTT T OTTEN ( GUITAR / VOCALS ) ROUND OUT THE BAND .

ADDITION TO FOUNDING

KEYBOARDS )

J OHN

SERIES SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY WESTGLOW RESORT & SPA AND ROWLAND’S RESTAURANT, MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF BONNIE AND JAMIE SCHAEFER.

PERFORMANCE SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY: MAST GENERAL STORE, STORIE STREET GRILLE, BOONE AREA VISITORS BUREAU, NORTHERN TRUST, GOODNIGHT BROTHERS AND SKYBEST COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

THE BEACH BOYS SATURDAY, JULY 18 8PM, HOLMES CONVOCATION CENTER Tickets: Adult: $50, Student/Child: $30


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T HE FESTIVAL , IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE H AYES S CHOOL OF M USIC , PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FIFTH SEASON OF THE R OSEN -S CHAFFEL C OMPETITION FOR YOUNG AND E MERGING A RTISTS . D URING

THE SPRING OF

2015,

CONTESTANTS

SUBMITTED RECORDINGS OF THEIR WORK AND A PANEL OF JUDGES SELECTED SEVEN FINALISTS TO COMPETE IN A PUBLIC PERFORMANCE . FINAL ROUND ON J ULY

19,

D URING

THE

JURORS WILL CHOOSE

THREE TOP PRIZEWINNERS AND THE AUDIENCE WILL SELECT AN

A UDIENCE C HOICE AWARD W INNER . I N

ADDITION TO A CASH PRIZE , THE FIRST- PRIZE WINNER WILL RECEIVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PERFORM WITH

G ERARD S CHWARZ AND THE E ASTERN F ESTIVAL O RCHESTRA DURING THE 2016 SEASON OF A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL .

CONDUCTOR

T HIS

YEAR’ S COMPETITION JURORS ARE

G ERARD S CHWARZ E ASTERN F ESTIVAL O RCHESTRA , R OGER K ALIA WITH THE C HARLOTTE S YMPHONY O RCHESTRA , AND J ACOMO B AIROS WITH THE A MARILLO S YMPHONY O RCHESTRA . WITH THE

ROSEN-SCHAFFEL COMPETITION FOR YOUNG & EMERGING ARTISTS SUNDAY, JULY 19 1PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Free Event


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BROYHILL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE JULY 21ST PROGRAM: 7 VARIATIONS ON “B EI M ANNERN , WELCHE L IEBE F UHLEN ” ( FROM M OZART ’ S T HE M AGIC F LUTE )

L UDWIG

J UBB J ANNIN P ERCUSSION : B ENDIR (M OROCCAN F RAME D RUM )

YOUSIF S HERONICK

L AMENTATIO P ERCUSSION : C AJON , B ODHRAN , C AXIXI , B ODHRAN , M ARACA

G IOVANNI S OLLIMA

T HE V OICES OF THE V IOLIN , PART 3 M INSTREL S ONG OF S OLITUDE M EMORY PARTITA Q UARTET

FOR

P IANO

AND

S TRINGS

VAN

B EETHOVEN

G EORGE E NESCU J OHN H ARBISON C HEN Y I V YTAUTAS B ARKAUSKAS IN

E- FLAT M AJOR , O PUS 47

R OBERT S CHUMANN SPONSORED BY MCDONALD’S OF BOONE

TUESDAY, JULY 21 8PM, ROSEN CONCERT HALL Tickets: Adult: $20, Student/Child: $10


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES F ILMMAKER M ORGAN N EVILLE PAYS HOMAGE TO SOME OF THE GREATEST VOCALISTS YOU ’ VE NEVER HEARD W HILE THE LEAD SINGERS IN ROCK , POP, AND R&B ARE THE ONES WHO GET

REMARKABLE DOCUMENTARY.

OF IN THIS THE GLORY,

KNOWLEDGEABLE MUSIC FANS WILL TELL YOU THE BACKING VOCALISTS OFTEN ADD THE TOUCHES THAT MAKE A PERFORMANCE TRULY MEMORABLE , AND THOUGH MANY BACKUP SINGERS HAVE THE RESPECT OF THEIR PEERS IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS , THEY ’ RE ALL BUT UNKNOWN TO THE AVERAGE LISTENER .

T WENTY F EET F ROM S TARDOM HONORS SOME OF THESE UNSUNG D ARLENE L OVE ( THE UNCREDITED LEAD VOICE ON SOME OF P HIL S PECTOR’ S MOST MEMORABLE PRODUCTIONS OF THE 1960 S ), L ISA F ISCHER ( WHO HAS APPEARED ON ALBUMS BY S TING , T INA T URNER AND A RETHA F RANKLIN , AS WELL AS TOURING WITH THE R OLLING S TONES ), AND THE WATERS FAMILY ( WHO SANG WITH M ICHAEL J ACKSON ON THE ALBUM T HRILLER AND LENT THEIR VOICES TO THE FILMS T HE L ION K ING AND AVATAR ). T HE FILM ALSO INCLUDES INTERVIEWS WITH SUCH SUPERSTARS AS B RUCE S PRINGSTEEN , S TEVIE W ONDER , AND M ICK J AGGER ON THE ROLE BACKING VOCALISTS PLAY IN MUSIC AND THE MUSIC BUSINESS , WHILE A NUMBER OF VETERAN SINGERS SHARE THEIR STORIES OF THE UPS AND DOWNS OF THEIR CAREERS . HEROES , INCLUDING

UNITED STATES; RATED PG-13; DIRECTED BY MORGAN NEVILLE (2013); 91 MINUTES.

P RE - FILM

TALK WITH

D R . J OHN P FEIFER

7 PM , 7:30 PM .

BEGINS AT

WITH THE FILM BEGINNING AT APPROXIMATELY

Twenty Feet from Stardom WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9

P URCHASE

A TICKET TO THE

L ISA F ISCHER

CONCERT

(J ULY 23)

AND RECEIVE A COMPLIMENTARY TICKET TO THIS FILM !


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A SCHAEFER POPULAR SERIES EVENT: A

PHENOMENAL POWERHOUSE .... IN RESPLENDENT VOCAL SHAPE AT

BROUGHT DOWN THE HOUSE IN THE SINGLE BEST SHOW YEARS .

I’ VE

56,

SHE

SEEN IN MANY

- T HE N EW YORK T IMES , A PRIL 24, 2015

L ISA F ISCHER , STAR OF THE O SCAR-WINNING DOCUMENTARY “20 F EET FROM S TARDOM ” ABOUT BACKUP SINGERS , IS IN TOWN TO SING BEHIND M ICK J AGGER AND THE R OLLING S TONES . B UT FIRST SHE ’ S GOING TO SQUEEZE IN A COUPLE OF HER OWN GIGS AT AN INTIMATE CLUB WHERE SHE DELIVERED THE BEST SMALL - ROOM

T WIN C ITIES

CONCERTS OF

2014.

W HILE SHE MAY BE A GLAMAZON SCREAMER WITH THE S TONES , ON HER OWN , SHE ’ S AN EARTHY, ORGANIC , ARTFUL SINGER WHO CREATES DEEPLY INTELLECTUAL , DEEPLY SOULFUL , DEEPLY MEDITATIVE MUSIC – ONE STRIKINGLY IMAGINATIVE INTERPRETATION OF A SONG ( FAMOUS OR OBSCURE ) AFTER ANOTHER . E XPECT S TONES TUNES , OTHER CLASSICS AND HER OWN , INCLUDING THE G RAMMY WINNING “H OW C AN I E ASE THE PAIN ” FROM HER 1991 SOLO ALBUM . - M INNEAPOLIS S TAR T RIBUNE , M AY 29, 2015 SERIES SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY WESTGLOW RESORT & SPA AND ROWLAND’S RESTAURANT, MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF BONNIE AND JAMIE SCHAEFER.

PERFORMANCE SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY: MAST GENERAL STORE, STORIE STREET GRILLE, BOONE AREA VISITORS BUREAU, NORTHERN TRUST, GOODNIGHT BROTHERS AND SKYBEST COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

&

LISA FISCHER GRAND BATON P URCHASE

A TICKET TO THIS CONCERT AND RECEIVE A

COMPLIMENTARY TICKET TO

T WENTY F EET

FROM

S TARDOM (J ULY 22).

THURSDAY, JULY 23

8PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: Adult: $28, Student/Child: $20


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IN/VISIBLE THEATRE:

WITHOUT WORDS B Y D EREK D AVIDSON A DAPTED FROM THE BOOK A M AN W ITHOUT W ORDS

BY

S USAN S CHALLER

L ANGUAGE CONNECTS US . W E USE WORDS TO ASK , EXPRESS LOVE , ARGUE , AND TO TAKE OUR A ND EXPERTS SAY IF WE DON ’ T LEARN LANGUAGE AS CHILDREN , WE CAN ’ T LEARN IT AT ALL . I LDEFONSO,

M EXICAN I NDIAN , WAS BORN DEAF, NEVER LEARNED SIGN LANGUAGE , AND LIVED ON THE S USAN , A SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER , FOUND HIM INTELLIGENT, OBSERVANT, AND ISOLATED FROM THE WORLD AROUND HIM , AND DESPITE THE EXPERTS , SHE WAS DETERMINED TO HELP HIM COMMUNICATE . I N /V ISIBLE T HEATRE USES DANCE , DRAMA , SOUND AND SILENCE IN THIS REMARKABLE TRUE STORY OF HOW LANGUAGE IS SO MUCH MORE THAN WORDS . A

27-YEAR

PLACE IN HUMAN SOCIETY.

OLD

FRINGES OF HUMAN INTERACTION .

M AKING

ITS DEBUT WITH THE FESTIVAL THIS SEASON , I N /V ISIBLE

T HEATRE STARTED IN 2012 WITH B UMBERSHOOT, WRITTEN D EREK D AVIDSON AND PRODUCED BY K AREN S ABO. T HE COMPANY SENT B UMBERSHOOT TO THE 2012 N EW YORK I NTERNATIONAL F RINGE F ESTIVAL AND FROM THERE , CONTINUED TO GROW INTO THE ORGANIZATION THAT IT IS TODAY. PART OF I N /V ISIBLE T HEATRE ’ S MISSION IS TO PRESENT NEW PLAYS , NEW INTERPRETATIONS OF OLDER PLAYS , AND PLAYS INFREQUENTLY PRODUCED IN THE AREA , AND TO OFFER PRODUCTIONS THAT INVITE THE AUDIENCE INTO AN ARTISTIC DIALOGUE . AND DIRECTED BY

FRIDAY, JULY 24 & SATURDAY, JULY 25 8PM, VALBORG THEATRE Tickets: Adult: $20, Student/Child: $10


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T O MARK THE 29 TH SEASON OF THE R OSEN S CULPTURE P ROGRAM , THE R OSEN S CULPTURE I NVITATIONAL WILL FEATURE WORK SELECTED BY THE T URCHIN C ENTER’ S CURATORIAL STAFF IN HONOR OF M ARTIN AND D ORIS R OSEN . A VARIETY OF ARTISTS WHO HAVE PARTICIPATED IN PAST R OSEN EXHIBITIONS WERE INVITED TO SUBMIT NEW WORK FOR DISPLAY ON A PPALACHIAN S TATE U NIVERSITY ’ S CAMPUS . T HE INVITATIONAL FORMAT ALLOWS THE T URCHIN C ENTER TO WORK WITH ARTISTS WHOSE SCULPTURE WAS ESPECIALLY SIGNIFICANT AND MEANINGFUL TO THE R OSEN FAMILY. J OIN

THE

T URCHIN C ENTER’ S

CURATORIAL STAFF ON AN OUTDOOR WALKING

TOUR OF THE FEATURED WORKS , OFFERING A FASCINATING GLIMPSE INTO THE WORLD OF CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE !

M ADE POSSIBLE R OSEN FAMILY.

BY THE CONTINUED SUPPORT AND GENEROSITY OF THE

J USTIN D EARDUFF, P RAIRIE R AY W INNER OF THE 28 TH R OSEN S CULPTURE C OMPETITION

29TH ROSEN SCULPTURE WALK SATURDAY, JULY 25 10AM, SMITH GALLERY IN THE SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Free Event


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES I N WAR-TORN K ASHMIR , A LAKESIDE CITY IS PLUNGED INTO A MILITARY CURFEW. S TRANDED TOGETHER ON BREATHTAKING D AL L AKE , A WORKING - CLASS BOATMAN AND A BEAUTIFUL , YOUNG SCIENTIST FORM AN UNLIKELY BOND . B UT AS VIOLENCE SPILLS IN FROM THE CITY, THEIR BUDDING ROMANCE MAY NOT SURVIVE . INDIA/KASHMIR; NOT RATED; DIRECTED BY MUSA SYEED (2012); 82 MINUTES. THIS FILM CONTAINS SUBTITLES.

P RE - FILM

TALK WITH

D R . J OHN P FEIFER

BEGINS AT

7 PM

WITH THE FILM BEGINNING AT APPROXIMATELY

Valley of Saints

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9

7:30 PM .


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J OIN

US FOR THE CONCLUDING CONCERT IN THE SERIES , FEATURING

INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED VIOLINIST AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

M ORGENSTERN ,

G IL

JOINED BY THE NATION ’ S MOST EXCITING

CHAMBER MUSICIANS OF TODAY !

JULY 30TH PROGRAM: P IANO Q UARTET N O. 1 P IANO Q UARTET

IN C MINOR ,

IN G MINOR ,

O P. 25

O P. 15

G ABRIEL FAURÉ J OHANESS B RAHMS

T HE 2015 B ROYHILL C HAMBER E NSEMBLE CONCERT SERIES IS DEDICATED D OT B ARBER , A CHERISHED MEMBER OF THE F RIENDS OF A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL .

TO

THE MEMORY OF

BROYHILL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE SPONSORED BY MCDONALD’S OF BOONE

THURSDAY, JULY 30 8PM, ROSEN CONCERT HALL Tickets: Adult: $20, Student/Child: $10


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A SCHAEFER POPULAR SERIES EVENT: T HE

S COTT B RADLEE ’ S P OSTMODERN J UKEBOX HAS BEEN VIEWED ON THE ENSEMBLE ’ S YOU T UBE CHANNEL WELL M OST OF THOSE VIEWERS , HOWEVER , ARE NOT FULLY AWARE OF THE METHOD TO B RADLEE ’ S MADNESS . O N THE SURFACE , THE METHOD IS VIDEO OF FULL - BAND PERFORMANCES SHOT IN THE BANDLEADER’ S LIVING ROOM WITH A SINGLE STATIONARY CAMERA . T HE MADNESS : POP HITS OF THE PRESENT PERFORMED À LA POP HITS OF THE PAST. M ILEY C YRUS ’ W E C AN ’ T S TOP ASSAYED AS A DOO -WOP NUMBER ; M ACKLEMORE AND R YAN L EWIS ’ T HRIFT S HOP RE - IMAGINED AS FLAPPER JAZZ ; S AM S MITH ’ S S TAY W ITH M E RENDERED AS A 1940 S BIG - BAND STANDARD . WORK OF

OVER A HUNDRED MILLION TIMES .

B RADLEE ’ S

METHOD RUNS EVEN DEEPER .

HE’S

EDUCATING HIS AUDIENCE ABOUT

20 TH - CENTURY

SONG STYLES ; HE ’ S

COMMENTING ON THE ELASTICITY OF THE POP FORM ; HE ’ S CONFOUNDING CULTURAL CONTEXT; HE ’ S UNITING GENERATIONS ; HE ’ S BREAKING THE RULES . WELL AS MUSIC .

B UT

HE’S

MANIFESTING POSTMODERNIST IDEAS IN HIS APPROACH TO PRODUCTION AND BUSINESS AS

AS FAR AS THE FANS ARE CONCERNED , IT ’ S JUST FUN .

SERIES SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY WESTGLOW RESORT & SPA AND ROWLAND’S RESTAURANT, MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF BONNIE AND JAMIE SCHAEFER.

PERFORMANCE SPONSORSHIP PROVIDED BY: MAST GENERAL STORE, STORIE STREET GRILLE, BOONE AREA VISITORS BUREAU, NORTHERN TRUST, GOODNIGHT BROTHERS AND SKYBEST COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

SCOTT BRADLEE’S POSTMODERN JUKEBOX FRIDAY, JULY 31 8PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: Adult: $28, Student/Child: $20


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES A CADEMY AWARD - NOMINATED

FILMMAKER

B RUNO B ARRETO

RETURNS WITH A SOPHISTICATED TALE OF AN UNLIKELY ROMANCE

BETWEEN TWO EXTRAORDINARY ARTISTS , SET AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF POLITICAL UPHEAVAL AND A CLASH OF CULTURES .

G RAPPLING WITH WRITER’ S BLOCK , LEGENDARY A MERICAN POET E LIZABETH B ISHOP TRAVELS FROM N EW YORK C ITY TO R IO DE J ANEIRO IN THE 1950 S TO VISIT HER COLLEGE FRIEND , M ARY. H OPING TO FIND INSPIRATION ON M ARY ’ S SPRAWLING ESTATE , E LIZABETH WINDS UP WITH MUCH MORE – A TEMPESTUOUS RELATIONSHIP WITH M ARY ’ S BOHEMIAN PARTNER , ARCHITECT L OTA DE M ACEDO S OARES , THAT ROCKS THE STAID WRITER TO HER FOUNDATION . A LCOHOLISM , GEOGRAPHICAL DISTANCE AND A MILITARY COUP COME BETWEEN THE LOVERS , BUT THEIR INTIMATE CONNECTION SPANS DECADES AND FOREVER IMPACTS THE LIFE AND WORK OF THESE TWO EXTRAORDINARY ARTISTS . BRAZIL; NOT RATED; DIRECTED BY BRUNO BARRETO (2013); 118 MINUTES.THIS FILM CONTAINS SUBTITLES.

P RE - FILM

TALK WITH

D R . J OHN P FEIFER

BEGINS AT

7 PM ,

WITH THE FILM BEGINNING AT APPROXIMATELY

7:30 PM .

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9


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THE HELENE AND STEPHEN WEICHOLZ GLOBAL FILM SERIES D IRECTOR J IM L OACH

R ONA M UNRO N OTTINGHAM SOCIAL WORKER H UMPHREYS ’ AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT AND SCREENWRITER

COLLABORATE TO ADAPT

M ARGARET

OF HER NOBLE EFFORT TO EXPOSE THE SYSTEMATIC DEPORTATION OF

B RITISH

CHILDREN TO

A USTRALIA ,

AND

TO REUNITE THEM WITH THEIR DEVASTATED FAMILIES . UNITED KINGDOM/AUSTRALIA; RATED R; DIRECTED BY JIM LOACH (2010); 105 MINUTES.

P RE - FILM TALK WITH D R . J OHN P FEIFER BEGINS AT 7 PM , WITH THE FILM BEGINNING AT APPROXIMATELY 7:30 PM .

Oranges and Sunshine WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26 7PM, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets: General: $10, Film Pass: $9


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TURCHIN CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS LUNCH & LEARN SERIES W EDNESDAYS IN J ULY, F REE E VENT

BAGGED LUNCH TO ENJOY DURING

VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOPS A RTISTS OF ALL SKILL LEVELS WELCOME . A DVANCE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT REQUIRED . E NROLLMENT IS LIMITED SO REGISTER TODAY ! F OR DETAILED INFORMATION VISIT TCVA . ORG / WORKSHOPS OR CALL 828-262-3017.

THE LECTURE !

FOR KIDS:

NOON, TURCHIN CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS LECTURE HALL

T HESE

INTERACTIVE AND INFORMATIVE

LECTURES OFFER AN INSIDERS LOOK AT FESTIVAL PROGRAMMING FROM EXPERTS IN THE FIELD .

B RING

A

J ULY 8 – “STREAM: R AZI P ROJECTS ” WITH M ARY A NNE R EDDING , C URATOR FOR THE T URCHIN C ENTER J ULY 15 – “W ITHOUT W ORDS ; A BI - LINGUAL THEATRICAL K AREN S ABO AND D EREK D AVIDSON , I N /V ISIBLE T HEATRE

ADAPTATION ” WITH

J ULY 22 – “C OLLABORATIONS WITH THE A NDY WARHOL F OUNDATION FOR THE V ISUAL A RTS ” WITH H ANK F OREMAN , D IRECTOR & C HIEF C URATOR OF THE T URCHIN C ENTER J ULY 29 – “H OW TO L OOK AT D ANCE ” WITH R AY M ILLER , P ROFESSOR IN D ANCE S TUDIES , D EPARTMENT OF T HEATRE AND D ANCE

S UMMER BY THE S EA , J UNE 29- J ULY 2 AGES 7-12 P ICTURES T ELL A S TORY , J ULY 20-24 AGES 6-11 E XPLORING WATER M EDIA , J ULY 27-31 AGES 8-13 FOR YOUNG ADULTS:

PAINTING /M IXED M EDIA , J ULY 6-10 AGES 11-16 J OURNALS FOR YOUNG A RTISTS , J ULY 20-J ULY 24 F OR

MORE WORKSHOPS OFFERED AT THE

AGES 10-15

T URCHIN C ENTER

THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER MONTHS , VISIT TCVA . ORG / WORKSHOPS .

WE ARE THE MUSIC MAKERS! SMITH GALLERY, SCHAEFER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

TURCHIN CENTER BUS TRIPS T RAVEL WITH THE T URCHIN C ENTER ON BUS TRIPS OUTSIDE OF THE H IGH C OUNTRY TO EXPLORE THE GREAT ART OF OUR REGION ! E ACH TICKET COVERS ROUND TRIP TRANSPORTATION , LUNCH , ALL ADMISSION COSTS AND REFRESHMENTS . F OR A SCHEDULE AND MORE INFORMATION , VISIT: TCVA . ORG / BUSTRIPS

W E A RE

M USIC M AKERS ! FEATURES S OUTHERN R OOTS MUSICIANS ACTIVE IN THE PAST 20 YEARS , ALL PHOTOGRAPHED BY T IM D UFFY IN HIS QUEST TO PRESERVE S OUTHERN THE

PHOTO DOCUMENTATION OF

TRADITIONAL MUSIC BY PARTNERING WITH THE ARTISTS WHO MAKE IT.

T HIS IS A SPECIAL EXHIBITION IN PARTNERSHIP T URCHIN C ENTER , A N A PPALACHIAN S UMMER F ESTIVAL AND THE M USIC M AKER R ELIEF F OUNDATION . WITH THE

AN APPALACHIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL


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An Appalachian Summer Festival began in 1984 as a chamber music festival and has developed over the years to become one of the nation's larg...

An Appalachian Summer Festival 2015 Season Catalog  

An Appalachian Summer Festival began in 1984 as a chamber music festival and has developed over the years to become one of the nation's larg...