ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT: Brevard Music Center Concerts

By D. Lanier Shook                                   July 15, 2013

If you’ve never been to Brevard, North Carolina you need to drive down to this wonderful town about thirty minutes southwest of Asheville. There are several great ways to get there, but I’m going to recommend taking I-26 to the Asheville Airport exit and just following the signs. If you need a reason to go the Brevard, you now have one.

The Brevard Music Center’s Summer Performances brings the best in music to the mountains. You need to click here to visit their website where you can find more concerts than you can hake a stick at. These are spread across the summer months, so even if you can’t make it to one, you’ll have a chance to get to another. For example, if you weren’t able to hear Felix Wang perform Bach, Britten, and Brahms tonight, you can still hear the Brevard Symphonic Winds perform tomorrow. (And tomorrow it’s a free performance.)

That’s only the tip of the iceberg when you consider the talent, the music, and the fact its less than an hour away. Whatever your taste in music is, you’ll find something to enjoy at the Brevard Music Center’s summer performances. You’ll also want to click here and read our article about downtown Brevard. Get there early to enjoy the shopping and dining so you’ll have plenty of time to make it to the concert.
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