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The group's unique sound features six refined voices united in crystal-clear harmony, against syncopated rhythms, ornate arrangements and funky grooves that meld into a brew of gospel, jazz, R&B and pop flavor.
Join Spike, Fifi, Scotty and Beauregard on an interactive musical adventure created by local playwright — and the ASC’s very own — Jerry Sims, as his pups learn what the holidays really mean.
Whether performing new or familiar works from the cello repertoire, coming together with colleagues for chamber music or exploring cultures and musical forms outside the Western classical tradition, acclaimed virtuoso Ma strives to find connections that stimulate the imagination.
Take a free trip to France for a mini French language lesson and discussion on French food, wine and culture. Guests may sample French cheeses and pastries from local shops and restaurants.
A two-time nominee, Shankar became the first Indian musician to perform at the Grammy Awards when she was nominated for “Rise” in 2006, and she was the youngest person and first woman nominated in the World Music category for her album “Live at Carnegie Hall” in 2002.
Explore Irish dance with the members of Birmingham’s Drake School of Irish Dance in an afternoon of movement and discussion.
For this acoustic show, Lovett will perform songs from his newest CD “Release Me,” which spent several weeks at No. 1 on the Americana charts.
Eric Essix, a Birmingham native and accomplished jazz guitarist and recording artist, has somewhat traded in the make-a-record tour, make-a-record tour lifestyle he has lived for much of the past 20 years. He’ll continue to make music and tour, but he says he wants to focus more on helping artists and students.