Upcoming music in Waynesville

Jazz festival continues in Waynesville

The Classic Wineseller and Satin Steel Jazz continue their month-long jazz series with the Michael Jefry Stevens Duo at 7 p.m. Oct. 27 in downtown Waynesville. Besides music, the evening also includes dinner from Angelino’s Piattino Ristorante, located in The Classic Wineseller. The series culminates with the Steve Davidowski Duo on Nov. 3.

Reservations are $25 per person in advance and $30 at the door.

828.452.6000 or www.classicwineseller.com.


Community band to do tribute

Haywood Community Band will present a special concert honoring the memory of their founding director Bob Hill at 3 p.m. Nov. 4 at the First United Methodist Church in Waynesville.

The event will feature several musical pieces that were favorites of Hill’s, which includes “Honor March,” directed by friend Dick Travarthen, a retired professor of music from Western Carolina University. The band’s four directors will each direct a piece of music.

828.456.4880 or www.haywoodcommunityband.org.


Choir to perform nocturnal themes

Voices in the Laurel presents “Music of the Night” at 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at the First Baptist Church in Waynesville. The entire concert is based on nocturnal themes, with all three Voices in the Laurel choirs performing, as well as some special guests.

A few of the choral numbers will include the Treble Makers singing a song called “Bones”, in which the young singers sing and play instrumental soundscapes. Chamber Choir will sing “Old Abram Brown,” “Dance to the Stars and the Moon” and the Celtic melody “The Voice.” The highlight of the choral presentation will be selections from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway sensation “Phantom of the Opera.”

This is the first concert in the series this year Ticket are $15 per person or $50 for a season pass (includes four concerts).

www.voicesinthelaurel.org or 828.335.2849.

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