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Press release courtesy of Pat Tukey, Executive Director of Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra.

(Hendersonville, North Carolina) What time is better than the middle of winter to throw a picnic? That’s the thinking behind the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra (HSO)’s newest event, “Love Is in the Air: A Symphony Pops Picnic,” planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Blue Ridge Community College’s Concert Hall. The event is being presented by the Friends of the Hendersonville Symphony.

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Press release courtesy of Pat Tukey, Executive Director of Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra.

Hendersonville, North Carolina) There may not be quite 12 drummers drumming onstage, but there will still be plenty of holiday cheer, as the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra (HSO) presents its rescheduled “Joy!” concert on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018 at 3 p.m. (one performance only) at the Blue Ridge Community College’s Concert Hall. Carolina Village is sponsor of the performance.

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On Thursday, Nov. 16, the Bardo Arts Center (BAC) became a beautiful rendition of an Asheville street art fair. Vendors from the surrounding community and Western Carolina University showcased their hard work at the Annual Handmade Holiday sale.

Beautiful smiles lit up the BAC lobby as handmade gifts were selected for loved ones. Students, staff and alumni were all invited to sell their artwork. Hosted by Dawn Behling, the sale began around noon and lasted until 7 p.m.

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On Friday, Nov. 10, as a part of Western Carolina University’s “Return from Exile” symposium exploring Native American art and culture, the electronic dance music DJ collective A Tribe Called Red performed at the Bardo Arts Center with an opening performance by students from New Kituwah Academy.

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