Sound Bites

Sound Bites: Upcoming shows around town

Vincent Harris shares upcoming shows this weekend in Sound Bites.
Warehouse Theatre

Paul’s Picks: Warehouse’s ‘The Heath,’ a South Carolina premiere, explores faith and family in Gaffney

The Warehouse Theatre is presenting the South Carolina and Southern regional premiere of the play, continuing through Jan. 26.

Art by Baumgardner on display in Furman’s Duke Library

The exhibition is free and open to the public in the Special Collections and Archives gallery, located on the second floor of the James B. Duke Library.
Motown Centre Stage

Centre Stage’s annual rock revue journeys to Motown

“I Feel Good: A Trip to Motown,” opening Thursday, Jan. 23, for a three-week run, features the upbeat music of Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight & the Pips, and many others.
Venue Crawl

First Greenville venue crawl set for February

“We have noticed over the years that more and more venues are putting together open houses, so why not combine our efforts and do them all the same day,” said Tammy Johnson, owner of High Spirits Hospitality.
Upstate Beat

Upstate Beat: Swanson’s seeking songwriters

The first Songwriter Showcase Contest will start at 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19.

The Black Market Trust brings its ‘gypsy-jazz’ sound to The Spinning Jenny

The group is a surge of syncopated rhythms, dizzying harmonies and non-stop classic tunes.
The Coat Project

Eli Warren completes ‘The Coat Project’

“This project made me feel like this is me and this is what I want to do,” Eli Warren said.
Wroclaw Philharmonic

With 100 musicians on stage, Wroclaw Philharmonic brings Polish, Czech music to the Peace Center

“Being a Polish orchestra, we want to showcase some of the great composers from this part of the world,” said Giancarlo Guerrero, the orchestra’s music director who’ll be on the podium.
Mill Town Players

Mill Town Players first performance of ‘Moonlight and Magnolias’

“Moonlight and Magnolias” is based on a somewhat true story.

Branford Marsalis brings his Quartet to the Peace Center

Branford Marsalis compares his relationship with his quartet to a good conversation.
Greenville Symphony Orchestra

Greenville Symphony’s Spotlight program features American composers and themes

The orchestra’s Spotlight concerts feature intimate chamber works performed by musicians of Greenville Symphony.

‘Jack Cohan and Friends’ spotlights young Greenville-born musicians

“Jack Cohan and Friends” returns to the Temple of Israel’s Music on Sunday series at 3 p.m. Jan. 12.
Dance Without Limits

Instructor teaches students to Dance Without Limits

“We’ve been able to create a place for kids that didn’t have a place before,” Beth Bradley says.

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