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One Voice to perform 50’s and 60’s rock and roll

"Goin' Steady" concerts at Charlotte Ballet June 23-24

This weekend only, One Voice Chorus brings the golden days of rock and roll to life with its annual Hollywood Squares concert; “Goin’ Steady” will be performed June 23-24 at Charlotte Ballet on N. Tryon St.

Cumming around again

An interview with Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming is a queer renaissance man. He sings, he dances, he writes, he acts — there doesn’t seem to be anything he can’t do.

Arts options dot the Carolinas

From theatre to galleries, fun things to do as the weather warms up

Spring has come early to the Carolinas, with daffodils already in bloom and trees cascading their blossoms over streets and highways from the mountains to the coast. So now is the time to break away from being stuck inside and venture out to theatres, concerts, festivals and more. With that said, here are some idea starters to whet qnotes’ readers’ appetites.

A Mile in My Shoes showcases experiences of young people from Time Out Youth

Unique art exhibit to open Feb. 10 through Feb. 14

The latest program begun by Time Out Youth started as an art workshop, and will be realized with a showcase running from Feb. 10-14. The exhibit, called A Mile in My Shoes, features just that — shoes that the young people at the organization have customized to reflect their experiences as LGBTQ youth.

One Voice Chorus’ artistic director commissioned for musical tribute

Gerald Gurss was asked to honor the memory of Dallas police fallen heroes

When Gerald Gurss, artistic director for One Voice Chorus/Sotto Voce (Charlotte, N.C.) and Midlands Men’s Chorus (Columbia, S.C.), was contacted by the Turtle Creek Chorale’s Director Sean Michael Baugh to compose a piece to honor the memory of Dallas, Texas slain police officers, he was tasked with a monumental responsibility.