About Us

The Cabarrus Arts Council is dedicated to providing a wide variety of cultural arts programs that celebrate the rich diversity of our county and our world. The arts council programs and operates the Davis Theatre and The Galleries, conducts one of North Carolina's largest art-in-education programs for both the Cabarrus County and Kannapolis City school systems, supports arts organizations and artists through grants and workshops, and serves as a catalyst and consultant for public and corporate art.


Latest News

‘Saxophone Evolutionary’ Shableek Will Be Back at the Davis Theatre Nov. 13

Shan “Shableek” Richardson, who calls himself a “saxophone evolutionary,” is bringing his band back to the Davis Theatre Thursday, Nov. 13. Shableek’s previous show closed the 2012-13 season and garnered a standing ovation from a very enthusiastic audience that has wanted him back ever since. Not only did the band play contemporary jazz, soul and rhythm and blues, but Shableek himself played alto, tenor and soprano sax in such a way that the instruments practically talked! Every song was played with energy and passion.


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Experience Annie Moses Band’s ‘Rhapsody in Bluegrass’ at the Davis Theatre November 6

The Annie Moses Band will bring its new production, Rhapsody in Bluegrass, to the Davis Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 6. The classical-crossover group has played at both Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry.
The band’s Davis Theatre program, Rhapsody in Bluegrass, is a panoramic exploration of America and her music. Featuring favorites from Aaron Copeland, George Gershwin and other quintessential American legends, the show fuses Appalachian bluegrass, Irish fiddle, beloved classical themes and roots music.


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Upcoming Events

 

Concert: Annie Moses Band

Thursday, Nov. 6

8 pm

Davis Theatre

Classical crossover group presents Rhapsody in Bluegrass.

 

Concert: Shableek

Thursday, Nov. 13

7:30 pm

Davis Theatre

Contempory jazz and R&B from Charlotte's saxophone sensation.

 

Community Theatre, The Turn of the Screw

Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 30-Nov. 1,

Piedmont Renaissance Center, 51 Union St. S, Concord. 

The provocative tale of suspense, horror and repressed sexuality is a spine-tingling, psychological thriller. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The arts council is looking for volunteer docents for The Galleries and ushers for Davis Theatre productions. More information...

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