Acclaimed Raleigh Ringers to perform April 9bladenonline 03/09/2017 0 COMMENTS
The Raleigh Ringers, an internationally acclaimed community hand bell choir based in Raleigh, returns to the Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater for a 3 p.m. Sunday April 9 performance. Since its founding in 1990, The Raleigh Ringers has been dazzling concert audiences with unique interpretations of sacred, secular and popular music, including famous rock ‘n’ roll tunes arranged just for hand bells.
Under the direction of David M. Harris, The Raleigh Ringers has released five CDs, and a DVD of a holiday concert titled One Winter Evening at Meymandi. This same concert was also broadcast on more than 250 public television stations in 44 states. The group has performed in 39 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and France during its tours, and plays two dates each year at a major venue in Raleigh. The Raleigh Ringers also sponsors an annual festival for children who play handbells, an annual festival for advanced adult ringers, a beginning ringers workshop, and a read & ring for advanced ringers and teaches handbell techniques classes at Raleigh Ringers Central several times a year. – See more at:http://www.rr.org/About# sthash.7NrBpHDJ.dpuf
Tickets $10-$25. Individuals $25, Seniors (65+) and military $22. Students $10, PrivilegesPlus members $20. Please contact the theater for group rates.
Tickets can be purchased at any time on-line through the theater’s web site at www.carolinaciviccenter.com (there will be a convenience fee), or in person or by telephone with Noon to 6pm Monday through Friday through the theater’s administrative offices or by calling the theater at 910-738-4339. The Theater lobby box office opens for ticket sales one hour prior to a performance.
The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is a beautifully-restored treasure listed on the National Register of Historic Places that offers visitors a unique and visually stunning experience. The theater is located at 315 North Chestnut Street in the heart of downtown Lumberton. First opened in 1928 as a vaudeville and silent film house, the theater offers a wide array of programming including live touring performances, original productions, art exhibits, films, special events and rentals. For more information visit www.carolinaciviccenter.comShare: