Grayson College’s Music Department will present four free concerts this spring. All programs are held in the Cruce Stark Auditorium on GC’s Main Campus in Denison.
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When audience members walk through a speakeasy door at Grayson College, they’ll step into the 1940s world of nightclubs, gangsters and murder – and good food and laughter. “Last Call at Chez Mort” is a comedy murder mystery with a twist, and it is Grayson College Theatre’s debut dinner theatre production.
In recognition of National Library Week, the Denison Public Library celebrated Thursday night with a performance by Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow. The week, which was first celebrated in 1958, recognizes the role of the library within a community.
The Sherman Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday announced the upcoming schedule for its Hot Summer Nights Concert series, which brings a bevy of bands to Sherman on Thursdays in June and July. After last year’s foray into Pecan Grove Park, Hot Summer Nights will return this year to the Sherman Municipal Grounds.
The instrumental ensembles of Austin College will present their annual spring concert by Ricky Duhaime, Austin College Mildred S. Mosher Professor of Music, at 7 p.m. Monday .
The U.S. Air Force Band brought a free concert to Denison Saturday at Denison High School. Several DHS students also got a chance to participate in the performance.
The United States Air Force Band of the West will be playing a free concert at 3 p.m. Saturday at Denison High School. The concert will take place in the Smith Auditorium, and will be open to the public.
In an ongoing art exhibit at Grayson College, local artist and students are paying homage to an era that never was, but could have been. Steampunk MMXV, currently on display in GC Arts and Communications Center through April 23, features 59 art displays by 36 artists based on an alternate version of history where the Victorian Era was dominated by industrialization and machinery.
Smashing Flannel plays at 903 Brewers on Friday night as the first artist of the Boots ‘n’ Bands concert series. This is the first year for the spring concert series. “Boots ‘n’ Bands is a brand new concert series that focuses on local businesses and local artists,” Sherman Chamber of Commerce Tourism Director Lauren Roth said earlier this week.
The city of Sherman’s cultural portfolio is about to gain another leaf. As a springtime compliment to the Hot Summer Nights concerts at Pecan Grove Park, the Sherman Chamber of Commerce will kick-off “Boots ‘n’ Bands” Friday evening at 903 Brewers.