CVNC Review of Ijapa and Mr. Igbin on October 16th

Tayla Murphy, CT Thomas, Elmer Gibson, Sterling Elliott, Lexi Etienne

From Classical Voice North Carolina reviewer, Kelsey Carlisle: "When the day began, I expected to attend a concert and go home after. I was surprised to find out this would be one of the most informative, immersive, profound, and moving experiences of my artistic life."

Read the full review!

Pure Life Theatre Fall Festival October 24th

United Strings of Color have been invited to join in the fun by presenting Ijapa and Mr. Igbin with narration by Armand and Delaney Etienne at the Pure Life Theatre Fall Festival on October 24th. The Festival will be held from 5 - 8 pm at the Historic Royal Bakery Building Outdoor Stage at 3801 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh NC 27607. It is free for children under 12 and $5 for those over 12. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

This fun evening will also include  Essi, Seed Art Share presenting Trick or Treat Mr. McGregor! A Peter Rabbit Halloween Tale, Ghost Stories (not too scary), Arts/Crafts (take aways), and Hot Chocolate, Cookies & Halloween Candy! (Hot Chocolate, Cookes & Candy are free as part of the festival ticket price. We use peanut free products.) Additional beverages and snacks will be offered for sale.

For more about Pure Life Theatre,
please visit their website by clicking here.
Halloween at Pullen : Art Is Not Scary

United Strings of Color will be performing Ijapa and Mr. Igbin at 11:30 at this event on October 30. 

Join Pullen Arts Center for a special spooky and creative day focused on creating opportunities for you to try out short Halloween-themed classes in our newly renovated studios!

Explore the new facility at 105 Pullen Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607, on a spooky scavenger hunt and visit make-and-take stations for self-guided crafting. October, 30, 2021, 10 am- 4 pm 

Click here for more information.

United Strings of Color, of the Philharmonic Association, was formed as a project to address racial disparity in classical music. The group often performs community outreach while delving into the intersection between societal issues and music. During its three seasons, the group has studied and performed music by under-represented composers, such as the African Americans Florence Price and Undine Smith Moore; played music with African connections; and lent their voice to social justice awareness by performing Violin Vigils. In spite of the pandemic, the United Strings of Color has been the most active performing group in the Philharmonic Association, offering twelve in-person and three virtual performances in the 2020-21 season. Over their history, they have performed at the African American Cultural Festival, at the North Carolina Museum of Art, for the local Omega Psi Phi Quiz Bowl, for the Raleigh-Wake Chapter of Jack and Jill, for Raleigh's Boys and Girls Club, for the Day of Enlightenment 2020 at Raleigh Little Theatre Amphitheatre, for the inaugural Juneteenth Celebration at Dix Park, and at several area churches and art galleries.
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