SWEET CAROLINA CONCERT SERIES: University Place’s Sweet Carolina Concert Series is 6-9 p.m. Thursdays through July 30 in the parking lot by the intersection of Estes Drive and Willow Drive.
MOVIES UNDER THE STARS: The town of Chapel Hill and the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership present free movies, starting with “Wall-E” at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 18, at 150 E. Rosemary St. downtownchapelhill.com/movies.
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FRIDAYS ON THE FRONT PORCH: Live music and food trucks will be at the Carolina Inn at 5 p.m. Fridays through Oct. 23 at 211 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill. carolinainnevents.com.
LIVE & LOCAL: Deep South Entertainment and the town of Chapel Hill host the Live & Local Music and Art Series from 6-9 p.m. Fridays through June 19 at 140 W. Franklin St.
FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC SERIES: Bynum Front Porch’s Friday Night Music Series concerts will be from 7-9 p.m. Fridays on the outdoor stage at the Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Road. bynumfrontporch.org.
LAST FRIDAYS CONCERTS: The Last Fridays Art Walk includes concerts from 6-9 p.m. the last Friday of each month on the lawn of the old Orange County Courthouse.
FIRST SUNDAY TRIANGLE BLUES SOCIETY: The First Sunday Triangle Blues Society Open Jam will be from 7-10 p.m. the first Sunday of the month at The Blue Note Grill, 4125 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. triangleblues.com.
ALOFT CHAPEL HILL: 1001 S. Hamilton Road. Tuesdays: Bibis Ellison and Dante. W xyz bar. 8-10 p.m. 919-932-7772.
CAT’S CRADLE: 300 E. Main St., Carrboro. June 20: Chris Stamey. July 17-18: The Old Ceremony. July 18: The Pietasters, Guttermouth, Corporate Fandango. July 31: The Appleseed Cast. Aug. 11: Brick & Mortar. Aug. 29: The Good Life, Big Harp. Sept. 10: Watkins Family Hour. Sept. 22: Pokey Lafarge. 919-967-9053, catscradle.com.
INTERNATIONALIST BOOKS AND COMMUNITY CENTER: 405 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill. June 18: Breakaway. 919-942-1740, internationalistbooks.org.
SECOND WIND: 118 E. Main St., Carrboro. Wednesdays: Bluegrass Night. Thursdays: Twofer. Tuesdays: Big Fat Gap. Every third Friday: Skinny Bag of Sugar.
THEATER, COMEDY, DANCE AND FILM
ARTSCENTER: 300-G E. Main St. June 19-21: “Roundtable Redux.” 919-929-2787, artscenterlive.org.
PLAYMAKERS: Center for Dramatic Art, 150 Country Club Road, Chapel Hill. Sept. 16-Oct. 4: “Disgraced.” Oct. 14-Nov. 1: “Seminar.” Nov. 18-Dec. 12: “Peter and the Starcatcher.” Jan. 20-Feb. 7, 2016: “Three Sisters.” Feb. 24-March 13, 2016: “We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as South West Africa, From the German Südwestafrika, Between the Years 1884-1915.” March 30-April 23, 2016: “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, a Musical Thriller.” April 27-May 1: “The Real Americans.” 919-962-PLAY, playmakersrep.org.
Cuban ensemble to perform in Triangle
Coro Entrevoces, an internationally celebrated Cuban choir, makes a stop in Durham on Monday, June 15, on its U.S. concert tour.
Known for its interpretation of diverse styles from Spanish Renaissance polyphony to contemporary Cuban and Latin-American folksongs, Entrevoces is also one of the premier interpreters of Cuban vocal works both traditional and modern. Under the direction of Professor Digna Guerra, the ensemble has produced several award-winning CDs and continues to represent a high standard of Cuban and Latin-American choral music around the world.
Entrevoces’ U.S .tour is organized by Classical Movements, Inc., which has worked in Cuba since 1995, sending numerous musical ensembles to Cuba and bringing several Cuban choirs to the USA. The choir’s stopover in Durham, en route to Yale University, is being arranged through the Triangle Cuba Choral Exchange (TCCX), a choir of singers from the Triangle area, which toured Cuba in June 2014. The Triangle Choral Exchange, established by Nancy Clapp-Channing and directed by Professor Rodney Wynkoop, director of Chapel Music at Duke, supports international understanding through collaborations with choirs in other countries and, when possible, hosting choirs from these countries in the U.S.
Monday’s performance begins at 7:30 p.m., at McMannen United Methodist Church, 4102 Neal Road, Durham. Suggested donation at the door is $10; admission is free for students. Donations will help pay for hosting the visiting choir.