ASO’s Quapaw Quartet in concert at Lyon College

Winford Hunter

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Tunes: Quartet concert

The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra’s Quapaw Quartet — Meredith Maddox Hicks and Charlotte Crosmer, violins Timothy MacDuff, viola and Chava Appiah, cello — will execute for Lyon College’s yearly West Endowed Live performance, 3 p.m. Sunday in the Bevens Songs Place, Brown Fantastic Arts Creating, at the college or university, 2300 Highland Highway, Batesville.

The program features the String Quartet in d insignificant, op. 56, “Voces Intimae” by Jean Sibelius “5 Folksongs in Counterpoint” by Arkansas-born composer Florence Price and Crosmer’s arrangement of “Attaboy” from the Goat Rodeo Classes. Admission is cost-free, because of to an endowment by former Lyon president Dan West and his wife, Sidney. Check out

Piano devotion

Trinity United Methodist Church, 1101 N. Mississippi St., Minimal Rock, will dedicate a new 9-foot Steinway piano at 3 p.m. Sunday with performances by the church’s new music director, Hee-Kyung Juhn, of Franz Liszt’s “Paraphrase on Gounod’s ‘Faust'” her husband, Ouachita Baptist College school member Lei Cai, will play the “Toccata” by Sergei Prokofiev and pianists from the congregation, ranging in age from 10 to 85, will also execute. Juhn and Cai will enjoy a two-piano reduction of Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Choral Fantasy” with users of the church choir. Contact (501) 666-2813.

Artwork: Student exhibition

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s University of Art and Layout opens its Annual Scholar Aggressive, performs by college students enrolled in the school’s programs, Monday in the Brad Cushman Gallery in the Windgate Center of Artwork and Style at UALR, 2801 S. University Ave., Tiny Rock. Juror Colin Thompson, gallery director for the Central Arkansas Library Program, picked the parts for the exhibition and the awards — hard cash, scholarships, gift certificates and “starving artist” honors — some of them will get. Place enterprises sponsoring awards include things like Alman Recycling Scrap Metallic, Hearne High-quality Artwork and The Root. The show will keep on being up through April 19 with a reception, 12:30-2:30 p.m. March 31, in the gallery. Admission is free. Gallery hrs are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, 2-5 p.m. Sunday. Get in touch with (501) 916-5104 or electronic mail [email protected].

  photo  Folklorist, fiddler, pie champion and local community organizer Rachel Reynolds “headlines” Potluck and Poison Ivy today at The Joint in North Minor Rock. (Unique to the Democrat-Gazette)  ON THE PODIUM: ‘Potluck & Poison Ivy’

Folklorist, fiddler, pie champion and community organizer Rachel Reynolds “headlines” Potluck and Poison Ivy, 6 p.m. now at The Joint, 301 Major St., North Minimal Rock. Tickets, $35, contain a box evening meal. Stop by Reynolds is the head project steward at Meadowcreek, a 1,600-acre mother nature maintain and is a co-founder of The People’s Library and founder and principal of Cultural Continuum Consulting. She is also a curator for the 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Pageant.

OFF Highway: Jeep Jamboree

The 28th Ouachita Jeep Jamboree “brings the outdoors, down-to-earth folks and their Jeep 4x4s alongside one another” for “an off-street weekend of journey,” 8-9 a.m. Friday at the Warm Springs Off-Street Park, 2100 Millcreek Street, Very hot Springs. Go to

  photo  A trivia competition marks the release of year 1 of “Star Trek: Unusual New Worlds” on disc. (Exclusive to the Democrat-Gazette)  TRIVIA: ‘Trek’ trivia

CBS and Paramount Home Amusement are marking the physical launch on disc (Blu-ray, DVD, Blu-ray Steelbook and 4K UHD Steelbook) of the to start with year of “Star Trek: Unusual New Worlds” with a just one-night-only “Star Trek” trivia night time, 9 p.m. Friday at Scum and Villainy Cantina, 6377 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, and also on the internet — comply with @CBSHE on Twitter for updates and the exclusive QR code to participate. “Star Trek” series adviser Erin Macdonald hosts, with particular friends, giveaways and a confined-time menu with “Star Trek”-concept food stuff and drinks. Enthusiasts will also obtain a specific sneak peek at initially-time powering-the-scenes footage.

AUDITIONS: Vegas at Wildwood

Wildwood Park for the Arts, 20919 Denny Road, Very little Rock, is holding auditions, by appointment, for community and expert overall performance artists for a “significant electrical power” Las Vegas-design present, portion of its April 20-23 Lanterns Festival. All materials should be PG-13 as this effectiveness targets spouse and children audiences. To timetable an audition, electronic mail Zachary Rhodes at [email protected].

They are hunting for the following:

  • ◼️ An emcee: hosting specific who will introduce the display as very well as just about every act, this dynamic and engaging person can also be a performer
  • ◼️ Singers in the Vegas/cabaret/lounge design (Elvis, Celine Dion, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford). Prepare and just take a single piece of audio.
  • ◼️ Comedians/impersonators: to carry out household-helpful material in a 5- to 9-moment set. Get ready a two-minute sample set.
  • ◼️ Circus artists: Jugglers, poi ball artists and other ground performers or other indoor Vegas-style performers
  • ◼️ Dancers: Solos, duets, ensemble groups.

Supply a headshot, resume and/or back links to consultant functionality portfolios. All positions will be paid out a stipend for time and commitment. All ensemble groups picked will obtain cost-free Lanterns tickets for household and advertising components in systems.

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