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Charlotte Chorale preps for annual concert

Charlotte Chorale preps for annual concert

Christmas might still be several months away, but members of the Charlotte Chorale are busy at work preparing for their biggest annual concert. The nonprofit singing group, which prides itself… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Julie Starcher

Community Spotlight: Julie Starcher

Julie Starcher helps lead worship at Church at Charlotte’s Saturday night “Café Live” service in south Charlotte. Her first album, “Love Songs from the Soul,” has sold hundreds of digital… Read more »

Award-winning musicians to bring ‘contemplative’ concert to south Charlotte stage on Oct. 24

Award-winning musicians to bring ‘contemplative’ concert to south Charlotte stage on Oct. 24

Guitarist and music producer Will Ackerman will bring his Grammy-winning talent to south Charlotte next month, as Sharon Presbyterian Church hosts an acoustic, instrumental concert featuring Ackerman and guest musicians… Read more »

Providence Day School’s arts to grow with increased facilities

Providence Day School’s arts to grow with increased facilities

Providence Day School’s performing arts department has a reputation for elaborate sets and devoted students and Performing Arts Chair Olivia “Libby” Tilson believes the department will only grow with the… Read more »

Q&A with Michael W. Smith

Q&A with Michael W. Smith

Three-time-Grammy-award-winner Michael W. Smith will perform at the Levine Center for the Arts’ Knight Theater on Sept. 13 with a collection of his mix of contemporary, Christian and pop music…. Read more »

South Charlotte author releases memoir

South Charlotte author releases memoir

South Charlotte resident Resa Goldberg was waiting for an elevator when she received the email that Moonshine Cove Publishers wanted to publish her first book. Two more offers followed. The… Read more »

Hoshicon unites the area’s anime, manga subculture

Hoshicon unites the area’s anime, manga subculture

Hoshicon, a three-day Japanese culture and animation event held annually in Charlotte, helped Conner Bennett become who she is today. Now a 19-year-old college student, the Waxhaw native is social… Read more »

Flying high: Aerial artist Caroline Calouche

Flying high: Aerial artist Caroline Calouche

Dancer and choreographer Caroline Calouche’s vision is not the best, thanks to a family history of astigmatism and near-sightedness. When she started dancing at 8 years old, Calouche didn’t want… Read more »

Follow the yellow brick road

Follow the yellow brick road

‘The Wizard of Oz’ to celebrate 20 years of community theater Audiences will travel via twister to a place somewhere over the rainbow, as Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts… Read more »

‘Young Voices’ travel far

‘Young Voices’ travel far

Local choir group travels to New York City, performs at Carnegie Hall Fifth-grader Sophie Young had the opportunity of a lifetime. She traveled to New York City with Young Voices… Read more »