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June 26-July 31, 2015

An Appalachian Summer, on the campus of Appalachian State University, is one of the country’s leading regional arts festivals. The 2015 festival, in its 31st year of celebrating world-class arts and entertainment, features outstanding artists such as Kacey Musgraves, Parsons Dance Company, Brian Stokes Mitchell, The Beach Boys, Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton, and Postmodern Jukebox.

Chetola has once again partnered with An Appalachian Summer to bring you the best of both worlds…outstanding entertainment and beautiful accommodations. Stay in Chetola Lodge, The Bob Timberlake Inn or a Chetola Condominium and combine that stay with tickets to the performance(s) of your choice. The savings on your accommodations and tickets are only available with the purchase of this special package.

Package Pricing*

 

Includes a two-night stay at Chetola Resort
and two tickets to the performance of your choice.

*Package totals above are taken from an averaging of adult ticket prices.
Package prices will vary depending on the performances selected.
Package prices based on double occupancy.

 

Chetola Lodge*

Includes breakfast daily
Weekday packages from $391 per couple
Weekend packages from $409 per couple

The Bob Timberlake Inn*

Includes breakfast daily
Weekday packages from $471 per couple
Weekend packages from $604 per couple

Condominiums*

Weekday packages from $457 per couple
Weekend packages from $505 per couple

App Summer ticket prices include tax.


Performances

Outdoor Fireworks Concert:

Kacey Musgraves

Saturday, June 27 | 7:30pm; doors open at 6pm |
Kidd Brewer Stadium

Kicking off the summer festival is Nashville-based singer-songwriter and Grammy Award winner Kacey Musgraves.

 


Broyhill Chamber Ensemble

July 7, 9, 21 & 30 | 8:00pm | Rosen Concert Hall

July 7 - Featuring works by Turina, Bartok, Smetana and Arensky.

  • Gil Morgenstern, violin
  • Harumi Rhodes, violin
  • Ole Akahoshi, cello
  • J.Y. Song, piano

 

July 9 - Featuring works by Boccherini, Bloch, Bruch and Mendelssohn.

  • Gil Morgenstern, violin
  • Harumi Rhodes, violin
  • Ole Akahoshi, cello
  • J.Y. Song, piano

 

July 21 - Featuring works by Beethoven, Sheronick, Sollima and Schumann.

  • Gil Morgenstern, violin
  • Kathryn Lockwood, viola
  • Inbal Segev, cello
  • Rieko Aizawa, piano
  • Yousif Sheronick, percussion

 

July 30 - Featuring works by Faure and Brahms.

  • Gil Morgenstern, violin
  • Kathryn Lockwood, viola
  • Inbal Segev, cello
  • Rieko Aizawa, piano

 

Harumi Rhodes, pictured


Parsons Dance

Friday, July 10 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

Known for sexy athleticism and stunning ensemble work, Parsons Dance delivers positive, life-enriching experiences.

 

Photo by Nadirah Zakariya


Brian Stokes Mitchell with the Winston-Salem Symphony

Saturday, July 11 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell (Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me Kate, Ragtime, Jelly's Last Jam) performs an evening of standards and classics.

 

Photo by Danny Clinch


Eastern Festival Orchestra with Gerard Schwarz and Awadagin Pratt

Sunday, July 12 | 4:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

The Eastern Festival Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Gerard Schwarz, returns to the festival for a concert featuring soloists Awadagin Pratt, piano, and Amber Carpenter, harp.

 

The program includes:

 

Shostakovich                  October Symphonic Poem, op. 131

Beethoven                       Concerto for Piano No. 1 in C major, op. 1
                                           Awadagin Pratt, piano and conductor

                                      

Debussy                           Danses sacree et profane (Sacred and Profane Dances)
                                           Amber Carpenter, harp

Tchaikovsky                    Symphony No. 4 in F minor, op. 36

 

Awadagin Pratt, pictured


David Grisman Sextet featuring Bryan Sutton Band

Friday, July 17 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

Master acoustic roots musician David Grisman performs his original "Dawg" compositions with his famous sextet. Featuring special bluegrass outfit the Bryan Sutton Band.

 


The Beach Boys

Saturday, July 18 | 8:00pm | Holmes Convocation Center

The surf-and-sand group features founding Beach Boy Mike Love and Beach Boy vet Bruce Johnston.

 

 


Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton


Thursday, July 23 |
8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

Grammy-winning vocalist Lisa Fischer, one of the backup vocalists showcased in the documentary Twenty Feet from Stardom, performs with the band Grand Baton.

 

 

Lisa Fischer, pictured


In/Visible Theatre: "Without Words"

Saturday, July 25 | 8:00pm | Valborg Theatre

Using dance, drama, sound and silence, this remarkable true story illustrates how language is so much more than words.


Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox

Friday, July 31 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

Pop hits of the present performed a la pop hits of the past: such as Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" assayed as a doo-wop number; Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" tricked out in flapper jazz; and Sam Smith's "Stay with Me" rendered a 1940s Big Band standard.


For other special events being featured at An Appalachian Summer, please visit www.appsummer.org

 

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