“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.”
Where do you find these amazing artists? It’s the question we hear most often. And we never get tired of it.
Tunisian singer Emel Mathlouthi performed on the NC State LIVE series on October 29. On December 11, she sang Kelmti Horra (“My Word is Free”) at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Norway.
A post from The Swingles’ Facebook page about their cancelled US tour: We are devastated that following major delays by US immigration in processing our visas, we have been forced to cancel our tour of …read more.
The Swingles, performing Thursday, December 10 on the NC State LIVE series, opened their holiday tour at The Forge in London on November 29. That concert was live streamed, and is available online for you …read more.
“So we don’t do weddings, funerals, or rock concerts, but 24 hours after the attacks in Paris we needed a break, as did a roomful of folks of a certain age, and a long-anticipated Stewart …read more.