Arts Feature

Arts FeatureMay 19, 2020

Spoleto at Home

This year’s festival may not be happening in person, but there are still ways to reminisce and enjoy it virtually

Arts FeatureApril 20, 2020

Video: Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Musicians Perform A Symphony A Part

Pictured: Ben Geller, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra violist. On April 17 at 3 p.m., members of the Charlotte Symphony

Arts FeatureMarch 19, 2020

Symphonies from Your Sofa: Classical Concerts and Operas to Stream from Home

Updated March 26, 2020. Because listeners rely on WDAV as a source of peace and comfort, we’re making extraordinary changes to ensure our 24 hour classical music service can operate as expected during the current public health situation. However, we understand that many of our listeners are missing the thrill of live performance as they

Arts FeatureMarch 5, 2020

Review: Pixar moves “Onward” with a comic tale of magic

By Lawrence Toppman In the two years since John Lasseter left Pixar after sexual harassment claims, the animation

Arts FeatureFebruary 28, 2020

Arts Feature: Hosts Share Musical Works Inspired by the Sculptures of Auguste Rodin

The Van Every-Smith Galleries at Davidson College have a significant exhibit that runs January 23rd through April 5th. Auguste Rodin: Truth Form Life features 22 works by the French sculptor who, at his peak, many regarded as the greatest since Michelangelo. Rodin’s career covered a period that saw extraordinary change not only in the visual arts but

Arts FeatureNovember 13, 2019

Review: ‘Pipe Dreams’ Strikes A Competitive Chord

Five competitors attack the keyboards at an international pipe organ competition in Montreal

Arts FeatureSeptember 16, 2019

Q & A: Soprano Melissa Givens on Considering Matthew Shepard

Considering Matthew Shepard is a contemporary oratorio written by Craig Hella Johnson, founder and director of the acclaimed