SONGS FROM A SOUTHERN
Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen in Greensboro features an evening with the fine area musicians, surrounded by friends old and new, in a warm, convivial atmosphere, topped by seasonal Southern snacks and a wide selection of libations. Make yourself at home. Join local musicians every Tuesday from 6–9 PM…no cover charge!
MUSSELS, WINE AND MUSIC
Unwind with friends at Print Works Bistro every Wednesday night with our Chef’s Mussels for $15, five wines from $10 to $15 a bottle and live acoustic music from 7–10 PM by Evan Olson and Jessica Mashburn of AM rOdeO. Fantastic covers and original live music. No cover charge!
THURSDAY COCKTAILS AND JAZZ
For 15 years, we’ve dreamed of creating a cocktail and jazz vibe such as was all the rage in some New York hotels in the ‘50s. Every Thursday you can enjoy vintage craft cocktails and delightful Mediterranean tapas (see the menu) garnished with live American jazz standards from 5:30 – 8:30 PM.
Artists Dave Fox (piano), Neill Clegg (saxophone, clarinet and flute) and NOW…Matt Kendrick (double bass) will be joined by guest vocalists, who cover The Great American Songbook and jazz classics including swing…and modern classics from the late ‘50s to early ‘60s, as well as Brazilian jazz from the early ‘60s.
SELECT SATURDAY O.HENRY JAZZ SERIES
Cocktails and Jazz at the O.Henry is so much fun that we asked the amazing Victoria and Neill Clegg to curate an expansion of the O.Henry Jazz scene. On select Saturdays you can enjoy vintage craft cocktails and delightful seasonal tapas (see the menu) along with an eclectic array of jazz artists performing in the varied styles of contemporary jazz. Select Saturdays from 6:30-9:30 PM.
This is NOT the same experience as Thursday Night Cocktails & Jazz with Neill Clegg and Dave Fox. You can still enjoy their talents — along with those of a rotating roster of extraordinary Jazz vocalists — as they focus on the great American Songbook and beyond, Thursday nights from 5:30 – 8:30 PM.
EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL
June 24 – July 29, 2017 • Proximity Hotel is delighted to be an Official Hotel of the Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro. Each summer, for five glorious weeks, the area is transformed for music enthusiasts of all ages whose tastes range from classical to jazz to bluegrass to rock and everything in between. Concerts and events happen daily.
The internationally recognized Eastern Music Festival will produce over 100 events – everything from Grammy-winning classical soloists with symphony orchestra (three resident orchestras to choose from) – to two chamber series, and including the EMF fringe series.
NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL
September 8-10, 2017 • Music and dance traditions from every part of the nation are represented and performed by the country’s very finest traditional artists. A mix of open air and tented areas provide a variety of performance venues ranging from intimate stages to amphitheater size in downtown Greensboro.
LEVITT AMP MUSIC SERIES
Every Saturday, June 3 – August 5, 2017
The Levitt AMP Greensboro Music Series will return for the second year, attracting residents to the once underused yet expansive Jimmie I. Barber Park in East Greensboro, and bringing the city’s diverse populations together to enjoy a broad range of musical styles.
The Levitt AMP Grant Awards were created in 2014 by the Levitt Foundation, a pioneer in the creative placemaking movement. Levitt AMP brings the joy of free, live music to people of all ages and backgrounds living in small to mid-sized towns and cities, transforming underused public spaces into thriving community destinations. Learn more
GREENSBORO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Hear Masterworks, Chamber and POPS concerts led by Maestro Dmitry Sitkovetsky and featuring guest conductors and artists from around the world. The Masterworks, Chamber, POPS, Education and Holiday concerts offer something for all music lovers.
O.Henry Hotel is just three miles from the Greensboro Coliseum and Special Events Center. In addition to the many world-class concerts and sporting events, the complex includes the Greensboro Aquatic Center, the ACC Hall of Champions and White Oak Amphitheatre.
A professional, not-for-profit regional theatre, named “one of the best regional theatres in America” by New York’s Drama League, featuring the best and timeliest of classic, contemporary and new theatrical works. Drama and comedy are presented in a 300-seat live performance theatre in Greensboro’s downtown historic district.
First opened in 1927, this restored vaudeville theater serves as one of Greensboro’s principle performing arts centers, showcasing theater, dance, concerts and films. The theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located downtown.
COMMUNITY THEATRE OF GREENSBORO
Celebrating 50 years of presenting Broadway plays and musicals, the Community Theatre offers exciting theatrical seasons filled with smash musicals, hilarious comedies and classic dramas. The classic “The Wizard of Oz” has become a fall tradition.
The Triad’s only professional ballet company has been entertaining NC audiences for many years. Performances include fairy tale classics, exciting contemporary works, comedic ballets, the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker” and several smaller performances.