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Powerful Performing Arts in Asheville: A Look at What's Ahead

Diana Wortham Theatre Dance Asheville Parsons

Asheville is a city of art- both visual and performing.  From street corners full of buskers to community concerts to national and international performing artists, opportunity to soak it all in abounds.  At Mosaic, we believe in the power of art to keep a community thriving.  We support multiple performing arts opportunities in Asheville and the surrounding area.  Here, we would like to feature two fantastic series that we sponsor and whose seasons are on the brink of launch.  

Blue Ridge Orchestra in Western North Carolina

Blue Ridge Orchestra AshevilleBlue Ridge Orchestra is a group of talented musicians from around Western North Carolina.  These volunteers are a mix of professional, amateur and retired musicians.  The venues change throughout the season in attempt to bring wonderful music to many of the communities in the Western part of the state.

The season is beginning September 17 at Deerfield Chapel in South Asheville with Gaga for Vivaldi.  Some of the highlights of the 2016-2017 season include Homage to Haydn, BRO Revels, and a Wedding with Wolfgang.  The season closes in April at the Folk Art Center with Cantus Terrae (an Earth Day Celebration).

A full schedule of events can be found here.

Diana Wortham Theatre in Downtown Asheville

Diana Wortham Theatre Dance Asheville ShadowlandDiana Wortham Theatre is a beautiful and intimate theatre of only 500 seats and is located in the heart of downtown Asheville.  Parking is easy at an adjacent parking garage, and there are many top-notch restaurants and bars within easy walking distance to the theatre.  Their live performances feature dance, music, comedy, circus arts and theatre throughout the year.  This stellar nonprofit organization hosts regional vocational arts performances throughout the year as well as nationally and internationally touring artists in their Mainstage Series performances.  

This year’s Mainstage Series, running from September 2016 through May 2017, features a spectrum of performing art from the comic relief of The Capitol Steps to leading dance ensemble Parsons Dance to Grammy Award winning Ladysmith Black Mambazo.  Mosaic Realty is helping to sponsor the Dance Series this year, enabling Diana Wortham Theatre to continue in their tradition of being a top presenter of dance in the southeast.  

A full schedule of events can be found here.

At Mosaic, we strive to know our community and to be connected to it.  For information on real estate in Asheville, please contact Mike Figura at Mike@MyMosaicRealty.com  or call him anytime at (828) 337-8190.

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