Arts Council Of Carteret County

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Arts Council Of Carteret County
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812 Evans St
Morehead City, NC 28557
(252) 726-9156

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Arts Council of Carteret County added an event.
The Arts Council of Carteret County is pleased to announce a Sunday Jazz Brunch, on Nov. 12th at 1:00. GRENOLDO FRAZIER will present a program titled "The Evolution of 20th Century Jazz". Location: Bistro-By The Sea Restaurant & Private Banquets Tickets: $45/person - includes the program and a continental breakfast buffet (cash bar optional) Tickets are available at: Bistro-By The Sea Restaurant & Private Banquets (MHC) Sweet Beans Coffee & Cafe (MHC) Craving Art Studio (Bft) or by calling the Arts Council at 252.659.0253 (Get your tix soon - only 80 are available!) Grenoldo has been a popular entertainer at the Bistro for 20 years. He was also the entertainer when the Arts Council sponsored the party aboard the SeaFair art yacht in Morehead City in 2011. ACCC has sponsored a similar program by Mr. Frazier for Carteret Co. high school band students the past two years, and the students were thrilled with the presentation. His bio: Grenoldo Frazier, actor and composer, is a native of Wilmington, NC, who moved to New York City in 1972 as a pianist for two touring shows -- Journey Into Blackness and Harlem Heydey, an anthology of African-American music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was featured as Barnaby Tucker on Broadway and the national tour of Pearl Bailey/Billy Daniels’ hit Hello, Dolly! In the 1980’s Grenoldo won the off-Broadway Audelco Award as composer of Deadwood Dick and musically directing the national tour of Your Arms Too Short to Box With God. Later he toured arenas, including Madison Square Garden, as Phineas T. Barnswallow, a W.C. Fields character in Sesame Live. He ended the decade as composer and musical director of Mama I Want to Sing, the longest running gospel musical which was named one of Time magazine's 10 best musicals of 1984. He also composed the score and musically directed Moms Mabley at the Astor Place Theatre. Lionel Hampton praised Mr. Frazier for “his touch”. Frazier’s other credits include the revue Billy, Lena, and The Duke: A Night of Ellington Music! (as Duke Ellington). The 1990’s found him winning dual Audelco Awards as musical director for James Weldon Johnson’s God’s Trombones and as an actor in Robert Johnson Trick the Devil off Broadway at the Schomberg Center on 135th St. He toured Europe as a singer/dancer in Andre Heller’s Body and Soul. He was also pianist/singer at Windows-on-the-World for two years. The past 16 years he has been an artist-in-residence at North Carolina State University, Harvard Divinity School with Dr. Gavin Moses, Penn State/Harrisburg and has performed all over the country in clubs and theaters.
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SUNDAY JAZZ BRUNCH The Arts Council of Carteret County is pleased to announce a Sunday Jazz Brunch, on Nov. 12th at 1:00. GRENOLDO FRAZIER will present a program titled "The Evolution of 20th Century Jazz". Location: Bistro-By The Sea Restaurant & Private Banquets Tickets: $45/person - includes the program and a continental breakfast buffet (cash bar optional) Tickets are available at: Bistro-By The Sea Restaurant & Private Banquets (MHC) Sweet Beans Coffee & Cafe (MHC) Craving Art Studio (Bft) or by calling the Arts Council at 252.659.0253 Grenoldo has been a popular entertainer at the Bistro for 20 years. He was also the entertainer when the Arts Council sponsored the party aboard the SeaFair art yacht in Morehead City in 2011. ACCC has sponsored a similar program by Mr. Frazier for Carteret Co. high school band students the past two years, and the students were thrilled with the presentation. His bio: Grenoldo Frazier, actor and composer, is a native of Wilmington, NC, who moved to New York City in 1972 as a pianist for two touring shows -- Journey Into Blackness and Harlem Heydey, an anthology of African-American music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was featured as Barnaby Tucker on Broadway and the national tour of Pearl Bailey/Billy Daniels’ hit Hello, Dolly! In the 1980’s Grenoldo won the off-Broadway Audelco Award as composer of Deadwood Dick and musically directing the national tour of Your Arms Too Short to Box With God. Later he toured arenas, including Madison Square Garden, as Phineas T. Barnswallow, a W.C. Fields character in Sesame Live. He ended the decade as composer and musical director of Mama I Want to Sing, the longest running gospel musical which was named one of Time magazine's 10 best musicals of 1984. He also composed the score and musically directed Moms Mabley at the Astor Place Theatre. Lionel Hampton praised Mr. Frazier for “his touch”. Frazier’s other credits include the revue Billy, Lena, and The Duke: A Night of Ellington Music! (as Duke Ellington). The 1990’s found him winning dual Audelco Awards as musical director for James Weldon Johnson’s God’s Trombones and as an actor in Robert Johnson Trick the Devil off Broadway at the Schomberg Center on 135th St. He toured Europe as a singer/dancer in Andre Heller’s Body and Soul. He was also pianist/singer at Windows-on-the-World for two years. The past 16 years he has been an artist-in-residence at North Carolina State University, Harvard Divinity School with Dr. Gavin Moses, Penn State/Harrisburg and has performed all over the country in clubs and theaters.

ACCC Member-Artists: Did you see the e-vite that ACCC sent a couple weeks ago, inviting you to the Artist Appreciation Open House that is being held Sunday, Oct. 8th? Check your email accounts! If you can't find it, or don't think you ever received it, contact us at artscouncilcarteret@gmail.com.

Arts Council of Carteret County added an event.
Member-Artists of the Arts Council of Carteret County, ACCC would like to invite you to attend an event in your honor! We want to show our appreciation for all that you do; to have an opportunity to spend a little time with you, & for you to get to spend some time with other area artists. Please join us for an open house of hors d'oeuvres, sodas, beer & wine, at the home of ACCC President Pam Cooper. The only requirement: that you be a current member of ACCC. (If you are unsure of your membership status, please send an email to us at artscouncilcarteret@gmail.com.) If you are not currently a member, but would like to join, please go to our website and click "Join Now". We will have blank mini-canvases available for those of you who will create a mini-masterpiece for us. As a reminder, ACCC presents gift certificates to our area school art teachers each year at the Student Art Show. These certificates enable the teachers to purchase supplies for their class. ACCC offers your mini-masterpieces during the Morehead City & the Beaufort Holiday season Art Walks in return for $10 donations toward this cause. Your mini-masterpieces have become sought after items; we have Collectors return to us each year eager to see the new creations. Kindly RSVP to let us know if you will be able to join us! We look forward to spending an afternoon with you overlooking the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Regards, ACCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Pam's house is right next door to the Oceanana Pier. You may park in the pier parking lot.) P.S. - If you notice that we omitted any of your artist-friends email address, please help us reach them by forwarding this evite to them. Sorry, but we just don't have everyone's addresses. Thx!
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Arts Council of Carteret County shared Alive at Five's event.
Downtown Morehead City, Inc. is excited to host its seventh annual Alive at Five concert series! The free concert series is held the first and third Friday of the month from 5:00-8:00 pm at Jaycee Park. Each concert attracts 500-1,000 attendees. The North Tower Band takes command of the Morehead City waterfront. North Tower has been one of the south’s great party bands for over 35 years, providing the best in oldies, beach, top 40 and funk. Sizzling brass, super vocals, and a wide ranging repertoire will all make this Alive at Five concert one to remember. Go to www.northtowerband.com Alive at Five concert-goers are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs for seating. Those attendees arriving by boat are encouraged to dock their boats at the Jaycee Park Docks, complimentary during concert hours. Beer, wine, water and soda will be for sale during the concerts along with light refreshments. While outside food is permitted, no outside beverages or coolers are allowed and concert attendees are encouraged to visit the many downtown Morehead City bars and restaurants following the concerts. Contact Downtown Morehead City, Inc. at 252-808-0440 with questions about Alive at Five. Hope to see you there!
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