Wine, beer, & ice tea included.
A musician from the Pinebluff area, Adam is a talented young guitar player and vocalist, with a wide range of styles. From blues to modern music to Irish rhythms, he embraces anything music!
It’s a party! See you there!
Ticket purchases must be made online or you may mail checks to:
Supper on the Grounds
PO Box 939
Southern Pines, NC 28388
Please purchase your tickets by Tuesday, September 18.
JOIN US! The 3rd annual Pours in the Pines is coming to the Weymouth Center for the Arts on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 at 2 pm. Ticket sales go to support two amazing organizations in Moore County; the Duskins and Stephens Foundation and the Southern Pines Rugby Club!
Meeting moved to September 24
Join us for coffee and our guest speaker, Deborah Solomon. Free and open to the community. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Join us on September 24 at 5:30 PM for a reading from Writer-in-Residence, Susan Schild.
Susan Schild will be reading from Sweet Southern Hearts.
“This charming and well-observed novel about finding the courage to love after loss will make you smile as well as cry more than a few happy tears. Be prepared for a story of true tenderness, humor, and sometimes nail-biting tension. Sweet Southern Hearts delivers all this and more.”
Reception sponsored by St. Joseph of the Pines
Free and open to the public.
Bring an instrument and a beverage. Songwriters, musicians, and listeners are all invited!
This event is free and open to the public!
Featuring The John Hatcher & Friends Quintet.
Light hors d’oeuvres and beer, wine, or soft drink.
Tickets: $50/members and $65/nonmembers.
Yes! You know Cole Porter!
Everybody loves Cole Porter. But most jazz musicians really love Cole Porter. Singers love his lyrics, which contain great wit, amazing rhymes and beautiful imagery. Instrumentalists love his elegant melodies and sophisticated song structures.
During the three decades of Porter’s greatest productivity — the late 1920s through the late ’50s — jazz musicians would latch on to the latest Porter songs from his Broadway shows or Hollywood musicals and turn them into jazz standards almost immediately. Jazz artists are still exploring Cole Porter today. And why not? Along with the songs represented in this list, some of his other works include “Begin the Beguine,” “Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye,” “You’re the Top,” “I Get a Kick Out of You,” “Easy to Love,” “Miss Otis Regrets,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”… and that’s just scratching the surface of his amazing output. (From Getting to Know: The Cole Porter Songbook. Nick Morrison, NPR Music)
October 14, 2:00-4:30 PM. More details to follow.
Sunday, October 14, 2018
2:00 – 4:00pm
Steinway Artist Pamela Howland is a classically trained concert pianist, a specialist in the works of Polish composer Frederic Chopin, and a fan of The Beatles. She is also currently is a Fulbright Scholar (2017-18) living and teaching at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan.
Vivacious, imaginative, sensitive and just a trifle unconventional, she is that rare classically trained performing artist who thrives as an entertainer. She communicates emotions to audiences through the language of music, and specializes in combining types of music that will draw in audiences from different ages and backgrounds.
Howland has created original piano arrangements of beloved Beatles tunes, transporting the Fab Four back to Chopin’s musical landscape. In her spectacular new program, Beatles arrangements are paired with favorite Chopin pieces and Howland talks to the audience about her artistic process in both, spotlighting musical ideas that fascinated the pop-rock heroes and the venerated composer alike.
Chopin Meets the Beatles will be fascinating!