Friday, September 21st | 7 PM – 9 PM
The Columbia County Ballet will perform Cinderella for The Imperial Theatre’s 100th Anniversary!
The story of Cinderella can be found in many stories and legends dating back to ancient China. Today, some 1,500 variations of the story exist. The story we are most familiar with serves as the base of the ballet and was written by Charles Perrault. It, like The Sleeping Beauty, was one of eight stories in the book titled Histoires ou Contes du temps pass (Stories and Tales of the Past). Originally, in 1870 the Bolshoi theater requested Tchaikovsky to write the music for the ballet but it never materialized. Many decades later, a composer by the name of Sergei Prokofiev took on the task of scoring the music for the ballet of Cinderella. He began his work in 1940, but put it on hold during World War II to write the opera War and Peace. In 1944, Prokofiev picked up work on Cinderella and finished the score a year later. Based on the world’s greatest fairy tale, the Columbia County Ballet presents Michael Viator’s Cinderella.
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Reserved Seating: $14-$30
Military and Student Discount available
A Choral Concert Celebrating the Life of Lily Kate Powell
Adults $15, Students FREE
The program will include a premiere performance of The Bless’d Above, a new work by Daniel Elder.
Proceeds benefit the Cecilia “Lily Kate” Powell Memorial Fund at Davidson Fine Arts School.
Tickets can be purchased at thececeliaensemble.com or at the door.
Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church
2261 Walton Way, Augusta
Sing, swing, and sway along to an eclectic musical mix at the FREE 64th Evenings in Appleby Garden Concert Series at the Appleby Branch Library (2260 Walton Way, Augusta) every Tuesday at 8 pm beginning May 29 through June 26.
2018 Evenings in Appleby Garden Concert Series Schedule:
• Tuesday, May 29: Augusta Big Band Aggregate (“ABBA”)
• Tuesday, June 5: Kendrell Germany Trio
• Tuesday, June 12: Creative Impressions
• Tuesday, June 19: Savannah River Bluegrass
• Tuesday, June 26: Special Guest
Bring a chair or borrow one for a donation and relax and enjoy the sounds of the summer. You can even pack an evening picnic or purchase dinner from a food truck. Want to show off your decorating skills? Bring your best portable lawn party décor and food set up to compete for the title of Appleby Garden Party Winner of the Week.
The Eyes Have It is presented in conjunction with Augusta University’s Art Department featuring four graduating seniors. The Pamplin College/Westobou collaboration provides art students the opportunity to complete a body of work and to exhibit this work in a professional gallery space. Featured artists: Kenneth James Benson, Macy Shawn Goodwin, Rebecca Hogue, and Alexandra Ries.
Wanna learn how to play the piano like a pro?
Do you love how it sounds when piano keys are played? Well, you could learn how to not only read sheet music but how to listen to notes and play!
The Jessye Norman School of the Arts are pleased to announce that Mr. Daon Drisdom will be hosting workshops and piano lessons at their school! He is classically trained and is exceptional at teaching! This is an amazing opportunity to learn how to play one of the world’s most famous instruments!
If interested, register online at http://www.jessyenormanschool.org/on-the-keys-w-mr-d/