The University of North Carolina School of the Arts Summer Music School will present a series of free summer community concerts in Stokes County, organized by the Stokes County Arts Council.
The series will kick off on Sunday, June 26 at 7pm at the King Central Park Amphitheatre, 302 Kirby Road in King with a performance by the Summer Voices. That will be followed by a Summer Strings performance on Saturday, July 2 at 3pm at the new picnic shelter located at the Hanging Rock State Park Bathhouse parking lot, 1790 Hanging Rock Park Road in Danbury. The series will conclude on Saturday, July 9 with a 4pm performance by the Summer Strings Chrysalis Quartet at the Walnut Cove Fowler Park shelter, 521 N. Main Street in Walnut Cove.
The UNC School of the Arts Summer Music School offers aspiring musicians of all ages rich learning experiences and an abundance of opportunities to perform. Students are immersed in an intensive and supportive musical environment with faculty who are both world-class performers and dedicated teachers. 2016 will be the sixth summer of concerts brought to Stokes County by the UNC School of the Arts Music School.
The concerts are free to the public, with attendees encouraged to bring a chair. Concessions will be available for purchase by the Stokes County Arts Council in support of student scholarships and Inspire of Stokes County in support of “uniquely abled” programs. For more information, contact the Stokes County Arts Council at 336 593-8159 or visit www.StokesArts.org.