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Bradshaw Performing Arts Center
Sandhills Community College
3395 Airport Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

FALL 2019

NOV

8-9

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:30 PM

The Carolina Philharmonic

David Michael Wolff

Maestro

Founded in 2009, The Carolina Philharmonic
has quickly grown into one of the leading orchestras
of NC. What sets them apart is their visceral joy in
sharing the music and the stories behind the 
music with the audience. 

and

Natasha Korsakova

"Let the music move you,

transform you, transport you."

 

NOV

11

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:00 PM

The SCC Jazz Band

ANNUAL VETERAN'S DAY CONCERT

The annual free Veteran's Day Concert at Sandhills Community College will begin at 7 pm.

 

Directed by Rob Hill and long-time faculty member Tim Haley, the SCC Jazz Band, along with members of the Union Pines High School Jazz Band, will perform in the newly renovated Owens Auditorium to pay tribute to our Veterans.

 

Colonel Heath Niemi

NOV

12

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:00 PM

Transitions: The New Waves of War

A SPECIAL VETERAN'S DAY LECTURE

Colonel (R) Heath Niemi is a 1992 West Point Graduate and veteran of 20 combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.  Colonel (R) Niemi transitioned out of military after 25 years of service and is now the VP of Global Sales and Development for MartinUAV, LLC.

THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC

NOV

15

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:00 PM

Michael Feinstein

Michael Feinstein has built a dazzling career over the last three decades bringing the music of the Great American Songbook to the world.

 

From recordings that have earned him five GRAMMY® Award nominations to his Emmy-nominated PBS-TV specials, his acclaimed NPR series and concerts spanning the globe – his work as an educator and archivist define Feinstein as one of the most important musical forces of our time.

Click Here to learn more about Michael Feinstein

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Judson Theatre Company

NOV

21-24

OWENS
AUDITORIUM

Who killed the wealthy widow?

Judson Theatre Company presents Agatha Christie’s mesmerizing murder mystery live on stage at Owens Auditorium. When a wealthy widow is found murdered, her married suitor, Leonard Vole, is accused of the crime. Vole's only hope for acquittal is the testimony of his wife, but his airtight alibi shatters as new clues are revealed.

 

With a delicious mixture of humor and intrigue, devious plot twists will keep you guessing until the surprising final scene. If you love murder mysteries, you won’t want to miss Witness for the Prosecution.

 

See you in court!       CLICK FOR MORE INFO

 

SCC Faculty Recital

NOV

26

McPHERSON
THEATER
7:00 PM

Dr. Kristina Henckel

Piano

Dr. Ryan Book

Classical Guitar

Dr. Terri Sinclair

Voice

Nov. 29th

Nov. 30th 

Dec. 1st

OWENS
AUDITORIUM

A family favorite of the season, Gary Taylor Dance's Nutcracker performs Thanksgiving weekend. Choreography is by award-winning Artistic Director, Gary Taylor. Sets are by award-winning designer, Howard Jones. Original costumes are designed by artistic director and founder Rita Taylor. The weekend features three full length performances for all ages.

NEW! Special, sensory-friendly performance, open to adults, children, and families with special and sensory needs.  Wednesday, November 27th, 10:30 am

Special thanks to TDF's National Autism-Friendly Performance Training Program for serving as an advisor, www.tdf.org/autismThis program has been made possible, in part, through a grant from NEXT for Autism from the proceeds of Night of Too Many Stars.

The Nutcracker

Piano Duo Concert

DEC

3

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:00 PM

Two virtuoso pianists join forces for an evening of musical brilliance!

Dr. Amanda Virelles (Cuba) and Dr. Kristina Henckel (Czech Republic) will present a piano duo concert featuring the works of Mozart, Rachmaninov, Piazzolla and Dvorak.

SCC Faculty Recital

DEC

4

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:00 PM

Dr. Kristina Henckel, Piano

Dr. Kristina Henckel, a virtuoso pianist from the Czech Republic and member of the SCC Music Department, will have a solo performance in Owens Auditorium. 

Come experience the works of Beethoven, Chopin, Novak, and Jezek

The Ruth Pauley Lecture Series Presents

NOV

21-24

DEC

5

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:30

Dr. Michael E. Mann

Dr. Michael E. Mann is Distinguished Professor of

Atmospheric Science at Penn State, with joint appointments in the Department of Geosciences and the Earth and Environmental Institute.

 

Dr. Mann received his undergraduate degrees in 

Physics and Applied Math from UC Berkeley, an M.S. degree in Physics from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in Geology and Geophysics from Yale University.  His research involves the use of theoretical models and observational data to better understand Earth's climate system.

The Ruth Pauley Lecture Series is always FREE to the public

 

SCC Annual Holiday Concert

DEC

8

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
4:00 PM

A tradition that spans over three decades, the SCC Music Faculty and Students will present a Holiday Concert featuring a blend of old and new music that is sure to inspire the spirit.  

Come join us to celebrate what is truly, "the most wonderful time of the year"

Author and Lecturer, Vivian R. Jacobson Presents

NOV

21-24

JAN

8

OWENS
AUDITORIUM
7:00 PM

Elvis and Chagall

An Experience of Sight, Sound, 

Art and Music

What do a famous artist and the King of Rock-N-Roll have in common?

Their artistic passion was grounded in a deep respect for religion.  They both insisted on total control of their art.  Both needed women in their lives

for inspiration and to sustain

their sense of creativity.

This multi-media

lecture will feature

a presentation of

paintings by Marc Chagall along

with the musical artistry of Elvis Presley.