A true travelogue of great American music infuses the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony American Masters concert, featuring the music of Michael Daugherty. Just one concert ticket engages the concertgoer on a visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Los Vegas, Route 66, the Shenandoah Valley, and Mount Rushmore.
This is family friendly music, and much more cost effective than a road trip! Following the tradition of so many great composers who have come to Hamilton, Mr. Daugherty will be present for the concert.
Michael Daugherty is one of the most sought after composers on the scene today, and won three Grammy awards two years ago for the Nashville Symphony recording of his "Metropolis" Symphony, based on the life of Superman. He serves as head of the Music Composition Department at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor.
From the time when herds of roaming buffalo carved out the route of Dixie Highway to the bourbon-fueled heyday of the 1920's, Covington has had a dynamic and colorful history. Buffalos and Bourb ...
Museum Hours: 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday,
Brazilian multimedia artist Albano Alfonso's first solo exhibition in the U.S. will be co-curated by two neighboring art institutions, the Contemporary Arts Center and 21c Museum Hotel. The exhibit ...