Articles in the Music Category
Nothin’ Fancy is a six-time winner of the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainers of the Year award.
The Northern Virginia Community College student Jazz Ensemble and Jazztet will be performing swinging jazz classics at the art deco-style Carlyle Club in Old Town Alexandria.
Auditions for next year’s NOVA Idol conclude this week.
U.K. band Bastille will kick-off its fall tour on Saturday, Oct. 11 in the D.C. area.
Summer music camp registration for band, strings and harp students is now underway at the Alexandria Campus of Northern Virginia Community College. The camp takes place in July with an extended-day jazz camp available.
Pitch pipe in hand, Audrey Layendecker took at moment at her NOVA Idol audition to prepare herself before breaking into a skilled arrangement of “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” That small detail set her apart from many of the other auditioners, showing her level of quiet professionalism and musical talent.
With a solid combination of covers, guitar solos and one huge disco ball, Keith Urban’s Northern Virginia stop on his Light the Fuse Tour was anything but just a spark.
Having honed their live skills through decades of touring, both bands’ energetic and hit-filled performances kept the audience on their feet for over three hours.
It may be August but the summer concert season has shows well into September within easy driving distance and for a lot less than you might expect. But first, you’ll have to head south.
The preshow begins at 5:45 p.m., with the NOVA Idol band, The Texas Chainsaw Horns. At 6:45 p.m., the Beat Your Feet/Kings (dancers) will take the stage. The featured event starts at 7 p.m.