Colors of the Nile: An unveiling of The Nile Project Mural by Dare Coulter With special musical guest, ETHEL Reception on Friday, April 21 from 5pm to 7pm at the Crafts Center’s R. A. Bryan Foundation, …read more.
The New Yorker calls indie-classical quartet ETHEL, “vital and brilliant.” Fuel your appetite for their groundbreaking Documerica with dinner from NC State’s 1887 Bistro. With menu options like Big Boss Bad Penny Braised Pork Shank, …read more.
Our staff is passionate about presenting innovative jazz, dance, world music, drama and other performing arts to students and faculty at NC State and to the greater Triangle community. Sharon H. Moore Director 919.513.3029 firstname.lastname@example.org …read more.
In conjunction with a performance by The Hot Sardines, NC State LIVE invites you to join us for a lovely pre-show dinner at 1887 Bistro.
In conjunction with performances by The Capitol Steps, NC State LIVE invites you to join us for a lovely dinner at 1887 Bistro.
The City of Raleigh Arts Commission has selected six individuals to receive the 2016 Raleigh Medal of Arts, the City’s highest arts honor, the City’s Office of Raleigh Arts announced today.
Exciting news! NC State LIVE has received a grant from the NC State Sustainability Fund to support our March 2017 artist residency with The Nile Project.
“Listening to the local appearance of The Swingles at Stewart Theatre, on the campus of NCSU, it was perfectly clear that they are still a unique and audience-pleasing ensemble of very talented singers.”
Let’s just call this the “Third Time’s the Charm Tour.”
“While [Cameron Carpenter] has been widely acclaimed as a “insanely talented” virtuoso organist (he is) and as a showman (he is), he is also an intellectual, a brilliant arranger, a composer, and the organ world’s most visible resident iconoclast.”