Christopher James Lees is the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s new resident conductor. What can you expect? A chameleon who thinks new music can work in Charlotte ‘in the right situations’ and believes in an ideal world, people at a symphony concert ‘will be changed.’
Fresh off being roasted by Zach Galifianakis on the latest episode of "Between Two Ferns," Jerry Seinfeld announced Friday morning that he will return to Charlotte for his first stand-up comedy performance here in four years.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spent nearly 45 minutes sitting on the Belk Theater stage Wednesday night engaged in a bittersweet chat about his book, “Promise Me, Dad.” Then he stood up and fanned speculation: Will he run in 2020?
Artwork from the well-known – Mickalene Thomas and Kerry James Marshall – to rising and more local artists is on display in ‘BLACK BLOODED,’ a show curated by Jessica Moss at New Gallery of Modern Art in uptown Charlotte.
Hall & Oates — who co-headline Spectrum Center on Monday with Pat Monahan and Train — might continue touring for years. Maybe even decades ... although one of them is perhaps more optimistic about that prospect than the other.
When Willie Nelson returns to Charlotte's PNC Music Pavilion next week to make up the concert he couldn't perform last month, he'll be bringing along an entirely new lineup of guests — including Concord's The Avett Brothers.
Def Leppard and Journey teamed up for a 3-1/2-hour rock concert at Charlotte’s Spectrum Center on Saturday night that featured a slew of ’70s, ’80s and ’90 hits, a heavy dose of nostalgia, and a woman waving a pair of red underwear.
A chat with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen about their two-man show and their friendship featured an ostentatious entrance by Cohen and — thanks to some breaking news — a hasty exit by Cooper. In between? Several other fun surprises ...
Two members of UNC Charlotte’s very young marching band – the only U.S. college band to play at the annual D-Day ceremony in Normandy – talk about their particularly special reasons to cherish this visit.
Blumenthal Performing Arts and Discovery Place Science are bringing "National Geographic Live!" to Charlotte. The three-part series will include pre-party cocktails with activities at Discovery Place, then a speaker talk by National Geographic photographers at McGlohon Theater.
The true story of how "American Animals" — set in Kentucky and inspired by a real-life crime where four college students attempt to steal pricey rare books from Transylvania University — was filmed in Charlotte. And wait: Is that Davidson College and Johnson C. Smith University and UNCC?
Artist Marc Fornes and Crescent Communitie are installing Wanderwall, an 18,000 square-foot art screening on a parking deck at the Novel Stonewall Station development, which includes apartments, a Whole Foods and two hotels.