MOMIX’s dazzling “Alice” arrives on the Peace Center stage for one performance only on Jan. 30.
David Gross was 13 years old when he first heard Camille Saint-Saëns’ dazzling Second Piano Concerto.
“Come From Away,” returns to the Peace Center, Jan. 24-29.
The class is part of the Peace Center’s Arts Discovery Program for local young people, who will work with the latest professional equipment.
The Williams’ Oscar-nominated score will be performed by 70-80 Greenville Symphony instrumentalists and a female choir.
"I love Christmas music,” Chris Isaak says, "and I love writing very traditional holiday songs."
Work is expected to begin in February 2023 and be completed by late 2024.
The 2022-23 Broadway Series is bookended by the return of two crowd-pleasers, “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Wicked.”
Ketch Secor has watched Greenville change a lot over the years. Secor is the singer, guitarist and bandleader for Nashville’s Old Crow Medicine Show, a Grammy-winning Americana band that mixes…
It’s been about two years since King has released new material, and he’s decided to use both nights at the Peace Center to road-test some brand-new tunes.
Director Daniel Fish has mined the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic for all the darkness he could unearth. The result is an often-compelling staging, though one that’s bound to alienate some theater-goers.
Camden Johnson has teamed up with the Peace Center for a showcase event at the outdoor TD Stage this Saturday called Up Next Greenville.
The Birmingham, Alabama band is an eight-piece group who can channel great soul men like Al Green.
The screenings on April 17 will be a little different this year.
The show, part of a series of concerts called “The Poets of Nashville,” marks a return to live music at one of the Upstate’s most beloved venues.