2018 Season

All Concerts Are FREE.

NOTE: Concerts may be subject to change or cancellation.
Call 336 454-4939 for current information.

Sunday, February 25, 2018,
at 4:00 PM

High Point University Chamber Singers
Dr. Marc Foster, Conductor

Host Partner: Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church
Address: 1225 Chestnut Dr., High Point, NC

hpuconcertDr. Marc Foster conducts the High Point University Chamber Singers in the first performance of their 2018 Spring Concert tour.  This well rehearsed student ensemble achieves a tightly balanced, magnificent choral sound of professional caliber in performances featuring a diverse, thoughtfully selected repertoire.  Throughout their concerts even the most demanding passages are addressed with breathtaking precision.  This group continues to be shinning ambassadors for the High Point University music program.



Sunday, March 4, 2018, at 4:00 PM

Shu Strings Piano Trio
Jacob Hahn, piano; Dan Skidmore, violin; Bethany Uhler, cello

Host Partner: First Presbyterian Church
Address: 918 N. Main St., High Point, NC

Together since 2016, the SHU Strings Piano Trio –  Jacob Hahn, piano; Dan Skidmore, violin; Bethany Uhler, cello –  offers an exciting recital of selected chamber compositions featuring works by Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms.  Individually and as collaborative artists each member of the trio has concertized in both the United States and abroad. Jacob Hahn is on the faculty of Catawba College and High Point University. Dan Skidmore is on the faculty of Catawba College and Elon University. Bethany Uhler is in the doctoral program at University of North Carolina-Greensboro.


Sunday, April 8, 2018, at 4:00 PM  

Downtown Sound – A Cappella Women’s Ensemble
Featuring “big band” and “barber shop” harmonies

Host Partner: First Baptist Church
Address: 405 N. Main St., High Point, NC

Downtown Sound – A Women’s A Cappella Ensemble brings tight harmony and infectious energy to the stage in a concert featuring songs that span over 8 decades from the ‘30s to present day. Barbershop, Pop, R&B, Country, Jazz: these ladies sing it all. They will have your fingers snapping and your toes tapping throughout their nostalgic concert of favorite tunes.

 In 2008 founding leader, Pat Thompson, gathered a group of women from diverse backgrounds to perform with Winston Salem area barbershop chorus, Triad Harmony Express for their annual show.  Downtown Sound was formed from the bond that grew between the ladies while preparing for the performance and their mutual love of music making. The ensemble continues to perform throughout the triad.

Sunday, May 6, 2018, at 4:00 PM

Bolton Quintet
“Music in Schools”

Host Partner: Centennial Station Art Center
Address: 121 S. Centennial St, High Point, NC

The Bolton Quintet works with kindergarten and first grade students annually through music residencies at the Arts Based School and Summit School in Winston-Salem. They will perform a wide variety of selections that are used in their school programs. Folk song arrangements, dances, classical, ragtime, jazz, and music from around the world will feature composers such as Gershwin, Mozart, Joplin, William Grant Still, Handel, Faure, Shostakovich. The quintet will share lesson topics and stories which connect to the music.

Originally created from Winston-Salem Symphony musicians, the current Bolton Quintet functions as an independent ensemble and includes founding members Eileen Young on clarinet and Robert Campbell on horn; and Debra Reuter-Pivetta, flute; Cara Fish, oboe; and Amber FerenzSpuller, bassoon.


NOTE: Concerts may be subject to change or cancellation. Call 336 454-4939 for current  information.

Piedmont Artists, Inc.
P.O. Box 6622, High Point, NC 27262


Tax deductible donations are gratefully accepted by mail and at all concerts. 

Piedmont Artists, Inc. is a funded affiliate of High Point Arts Council and is supported through donations from Friends of Piedmont Artists and our generous audience members.

Published on November 24, 2008 at 2:29 pm  Comments Off on Calendar  
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