Arts at UNCW

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Katie Pruitt
MARCH 20, 2022
@ 7:30 p.m.
UNCW KENAN
AUDITORIUM
TICKETS:
$35

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With a narrative voice at turns poetic and unaffected, Georgia-bred singer/songwriter/guitarist, Katie Pruitt treads endlessly complex emotional ground: mental illness, toxic relationships, the frustration and shame of growing up gay in the Christian South. But by speaking her truth with sensitivity and grit, Pruitt’s music takes audiences on a journey that ultimately arrives at a self-acceptance that’s both hard-won and happily defiant.


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Trampled by Turtles
MARCH 22, 2022
@ 7:30 p.m.
KENAN AUDITORIUM TICKETS:
$45/$65

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Minnesota-born music group, Trampled by Turtles brings an energizing synergy to the stage at Kenan Auditorium! Come enjoy this dynamic, genre-bending bluegrass performance for an unforgettable evening that challenges the lines between bluegrass and rock and roll!


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UNCW Symphonic Band with Nois Saxophone Quartet 
MARCH 24, 2022
@ 7:30 p.m.
UNCW KENAN
AUDITORIUM
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$10

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Nois has become one of the premier ensembles in the U.S. by combining contemporary classical music with improvisation creating a unique concert experience. Known for their “truly innovative musicianship” and “raw creativity” (Cacophony Magazine), Nois has been awarded top prizes at prestigious chamber music competitions including the Fischoff and the M-Prize competitions.


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UNCW JazzFest Presents Wayne Wallace
MARCH 25, 2022
@ 7:30 p.m.
KENAN AUDITORIUM TICKETS:
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Five-time Grammy nominee, Wayne Wallace, is one of the most respected exponents of African American-Latin music in the world today. He is known for the use of traditional forms and styles in combination with contemporary music. 


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The Wilmington School of Rock House Band and
the Wilmington Symphony Rockestra
MARCH 26, 2022
@ 3 p.m.
KENAN AUDITORIUM TICKETS:
$10

BUY TICKETS NOWThe School of Rock House Band is a music program that gives students under 18 the opportunity to join a gigging band composed of fellow musicians from their school. These students perform additional live shows throughout the year. They are ready to rock the stage of Kenan Auditorium!

The Wilmington Symphony Rockestra is a new youth ensemble of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Lisa Gattuso. Rockestra is for students in grades 7-12 and features instruments not normally used in a classical setting (i.e. electric guitar and bass, drum set, electric violin, and others). Rockestra is excited to share the stage with School of Rock at Lumina Festival and perform Caribbean and Reggae favorites.