Peppered with lore and the authentic heart of the people in McCrumb’s classic Ballads, this is an epic book that will build on the success of The Ballad of Tom Dooley and her recent return to the New York Times bestseller list. Featuring the American Revolution, this is a huge draw to readers old and new, and special to McCrumb who can trace her lineage to the character John Sevier.
752 Martin Luther King Jr. BlvdChapel Hill, NC 27514Directions
Making its first U.S. tour, L-E-V is an adventurous new ensemble of fiercely talented dancers, the culmination of years of collaboration between two Israeli creative superstars. Since 2006, Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar have created a stream of critically acclaimed original works for some of the world’s leading dance companies, including Batsheva Dance Company. Tickets starting at $15.
114 East Cameron AveUNC Chapel Hill, NC 27599Directions
Art Menius, Executive Director at The ArtsCenter, says of Si Kahn: "After 40 years as one of America’s most respected songwriters, Charlotte’s Si Kahn has scored two #1 albums on the Folk Music charts since retiring from his day job with Grassroots Leadership and found new activist passion in the battle for Bristol Bay. Teaming with Germany’s Looping Brothers, Si has reinvented some of his earliest and most popular songs, especially from his debut New Wood, in bluegrass arrangements. Come to The ArtsCenter to hear your best loved Si Kahn songs in entirely new form." Michael Johnathan - a folksinger, songwriter, concert performer, author, creator/host of the worldwide broadcast of the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour, and playwright. Single Admission: $14, Friends Single Admission: $10 Day of Show: $18
300-G East Main StCarrboro, NC 27510Directions