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NoteWorthy feat. Nia J. and Bravo Pueblo

Stage Door Theater 155 N. College St., Charlotte, NC
Free
Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2022 Time: 7:30pm Doors Open: 7:00pm Location: Stage Door Theater, 155 N. College St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Tickets: https://www.carolinatix.org/events/detail/noteworthy-feat-nia-j-and-bravo-pueblo R&B singer-songwriter Nia J. and experimental electro-pop group Bravo Pueblo team up with classical musicians for a live-taping of NoteWorthy, Charlotte’s hot new concert series. NoteWorthy concerts pair gifted Black and brown artists from Charlotte’s music scene with classically trained musicians. It’s what happens when jazz, R&B, hip-hop, pop, Latin, and soul...

TATIANA EVA-MARIE

Recurring
Stage Door Theater 155 N. College St., Charlotte, NC
$20
National publications call bandleader, jazz singer, stage director, author and actress Tatiana Eva-Marie “a millennial shaking up the jazz scene.” Her singing is inspired by her own French and Gypsy heritage; a love for the Parisian art scene of the 1920-60s and a fascination for New Orleans jazz. The Brooklyn-based polymath and her quartet honors the legacy of Gypsy legend Django Reinhardt and takes audiences on a vintage musical journey back to early 20th-century Paris.

TATIANA EVA-MARIE

Recurring
Stage Door Theater 155 N. College St., Charlotte, NC
$20
National publications call bandleader, jazz singer, stage director, author and actress Tatiana Eva-Marie “a millennial shaking up the jazz scene.” Her singing is inspired by her own French and Gypsy heritage; a love for the Parisian art scene of the 1920-60s and a fascination for New Orleans jazz. The Brooklyn-based polymath and her quartet honors the legacy of Gypsy legend Django Reinhardt and takes audiences on a vintage musical journey back to early 20th-century Paris.

TATIANA EVA-MARIE

Recurring
Stage Door Theater 155 N. College St., Charlotte, NC
$20
National publications call bandleader, jazz singer, stage director, author and actress Tatiana Eva-Marie “a millennial shaking up the jazz scene.” Her singing is inspired by her own French and Gypsy heritage; a love for the Parisian art scene of the 1920-60s and a fascination for New Orleans jazz. The Brooklyn-based polymath and her quartet honors the legacy of Gypsy legend Django Reinhardt and takes audiences on a vintage musical journey back to early 20th-century Paris.

TATIANA EVA-MARIE

Recurring
Stage Door Theater 155 N. College St., Charlotte, NC
$20
National publications call bandleader, jazz singer, stage director, author and actress Tatiana Eva-Marie “a millennial shaking up the jazz scene.” Her singing is inspired by her own French and Gypsy heritage; a love for the Parisian art scene of the 1920-60s and a fascination for New Orleans jazz. The Brooklyn-based polymath and her quartet honors the legacy of Gypsy legend Django Reinhardt and takes audiences on a vintage musical journey back to early 20th-century Paris.

AG + ART TOUR OF WESTERN YORK COUNTY

York County SC
Free
In this free self-guided tour, trek western York County’s rural roads to 13 sites including Cat’s Paw Winery, which spotlights on-premises tasting; Hourglass Alpacas, home of alpacas, llamas, zebus and baby doll sheep; Tatanka Bison Ranch, featuring bison to view; Windy Hill Orchard & Cidery, a boutique apple orchard and hard cider producer; and Black’s Peaches, a roadside market celebrating its 99th year in the peach business.

CLASSIC BLACK CINEMA SERIES: ‘THE WATERMELON WOMAN

Harvey B. Gantt Center 551 S Tryon S, Charlotte, NC
The first narrative feature by an out Black lesbian filmmaker, director Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman (1996) follows the travails of a fledgling Black lesbian documentarian. Played by Dunye, the protagonist attempts to piece together the career of a beautiful Black actress who played a mammy character in 1930s dramas. Along the way, the filmmaker is blocked by gatekeepers including white gay men, white lesbians and hostile policemen. 

Swing Into Summer

Symphony Park 4400 Sharon Road, Charlotte, NC
It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing! Join your CSO and Resident Conductor Christopher James Lees as we open the Summer Pops series with a tribute to the big band era with jazzy favorites from George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and more. You won't be able to stay in your seat!

COLATURA, DREAMBOAT, BURIED IN ROSES

Snug Harbor 228 Gordon St., Charlotte, NC
$10
Brooklyn trio Colatura has been called the shoegaze Fleetwood Mac, combining multiple female vocal lines with jangly guitars and melodic bass. North Carolina goth duo Buried in Roses call themselves shoegaze from the abyss. A self-described dreamy riot grrrl rock ‘n’ roll band, Charlotte’s Dreamboat crafts moody reverb drenched garage rock that can ratchet it up on a dime.

On Tap @ Cabarrus Brewing Co.

NC
$20
On Tap makes its way back to Concord this summer! This quintet of CSO woodwind players presents a fun and engaging orchestral experience with classical and contemporary selections in the Beer Garden of Cabarrus Brewing Co. Please note: This venue is general admission with limited seating available on a first come, first served basis. Patrons are welcome to bring lawn chairs. On Tap performances are special events with limited ticket availability.

MONOCHOPSIS, NECTAR, NEPTUNE FLYER

Petra's 1919 Commonwealth Ave., Charlotte
$7
On the title track of their 2020 album, Two Worlds: And In Between, Charlotte prog-rock four piece Monochopsis opt for a lilting and coiling guitar-driven take on the genre, akin to the softer side of Pink Floyd. With joyous harmonies, pealing guitars and major chord melodies, Illinois-based Nectar have earned comparisons to the overlooked ’90s band that dog. Charlotte’s Neptune Flyer boast a consistent style that makes room for punk, alternative and stomping garage rock.

Disney’s ‘Frozen’

Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts 130 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC
$35
There’s a lot more to Frozen than “Let It Go,” the Oscar-winning pop music phenomenon that — let’s face it — you couldn’t have escaped if you tried. How much more? Well, if you’re talking spectacle, plenty, including the amazing puppetry that animates Olaf the Snowman and Sven the Reindeer, glistening ice castle sets and songs from the movie supplemented with 12 new ones. 

Town Mountain

Comporium Amphitheater 291 Dairy Barn Lane, Fort MIll, SC
$6
It’s misnomer to call Town Mountain a bluegrass band, because although the quintet sticks to a mostly acoustic configuration and an authentic strain of quicksilver mountain music still threads through the group’s DNA, it’s more accurate to call them a mix of authentic storytelling country and primal rock ‘n’ roll. Accolades have flooded in for this Asheville combo, focusing on its fusion of tradition, transcendence and the experimentation.

Cinecasual Film Series

Recurring
Independent Picture House 4237 Raleigh Street, Charlotte, NC
$6
Perfume de Gardenias fuses grief, death and tradition in a dark and witty comedy about a recently widowed woman who finds purpose designing customized, idiosyncratic funerals. Repurposing story elements from Dario Argento’s sinister Suspiria, Cinecasual’s final screening, Medusa, is a stylish satire/horror/musical that opens with a pack of girls in creepy doll-like masks attacking a young woman they deem impure.

Cinecasual Film Series

Recurring
Independent Picture House 4237 Raleigh Street, Charlotte, NC
$6
Perfume de Gardenias fuses grief, death and tradition in a dark and witty comedy about a recently widowed woman who finds purpose designing customized, idiosyncratic funerals. Repurposing story elements from Dario Argento’s sinister Suspiria, Cinecasual’s final screening, Medusa, is a stylish satire/horror/musical that opens with a pack of girls in creepy doll-like masks attacking a young woman they deem impure.

‘Resilience’ Opening Night

Brooklyn Collective Gallery 229 S Brevard St, Charlotte, NC
Free
An exhibit honoring immigrants — their past and future positive influence on the American spirit. Representing six countries, the seven featured artists are Nico Amortegui, Beizar Aradini, Andrés Bustamante, Kiesha Lopez, Sol Magris, Dimeji Onafuwa and Charles Philippe Jean-Pierre. During the exhibition 10% of art sales will go to support immigrant advocacy groups.

Marc Maron

Knight Theater 430 S Tryon St., Charlotte, NC
$45
Stand-up comedian, podcaster and actor Marc Maron a master of saying the quiet part out loud, and not in a lazy shock-jock way, as he provides the logical, grown-up argument opposing the “anti-woke” movement led by colleague counterparts like Joe Rogan. And when he expresses happiness over the children he never had, you know he speaks the truth.

Hooray For Hollywood

Symphony Park 4400 Sharon Road, Charlotte, NC
Pack your picnic, grab your family and friends, and join us at Symphony Park as we celebrate fantastic cinematic soundtrack selections. You'll enjoy music from Frozen, Pirates of the Caribbean, West Side Story, Back to the Future, and more in this evening under the stars.

Celebrate America!

NC
Your Charlotte Symphony returns to Truist Field for a homerun this June! At Celebrate America, experience the electricity as the orchestra performs a rousing salute to America. The evening includes patriotic favorites and memorable anthems and marches - all topped off by a spectacular fireworks finale, back dropped by the gorgeous Charlotte skyline!

The Forum: Sonya Pfeiffer on “Art, Justice and The Law”

Bechtler Museum 420 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC
$20
Sonya Pfeiffer has been a civil rights and criminal defense attorney, an award-winning journalist and podcaster, and is currently owner and creative director of Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art. Pfeiffer, who began her legal career in the Mecklenburg County Public Defender’s Office, explores how narrative artwork informs ideas of justice. She also examines how she uses the arts to address pressing social issues that underlie her legal work.
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