Programs, concerts, and more!
June 8, 2018
Prize-winning concert pianist Solomon Eichner is coming to Piedmont Crossing on Friday, June 15 at 2pm. Eichner is rapidly emerging as a versatile young artist, equally at home with solo repertoire and chamber music. Eichner is known for his commanding performances of the romantic keyboard repertoire including Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.
Piedmont Crossing invites you to "An Afternoon in Italy" featuring clarinetist Kelsey Paquin and pianist William Hueholt. The dynamic duo will perform, Thursday, June 21 at 2pm, an all-Italian program with works by Alberti, Castel-Nuovo Tedesco, Cavallini, Puccini, and Respighi.
On Tuesday, June 26 at 2pm come explore Davidson County's most enduring murder mystery during a presentation at Piedmont Crossing. Christopher Yarbrough moved to Thomasville in 1995 and began hearing stories about a haunted elevator in Thomasville City Hall, previously First National Bank, and the unresolved disappearance and death of Thomasville Patrolman George Arnold Kemp. Yarbrough decided to research the incident and spent countless hours looking through archives. Yarbrough authored a novel, In Summons to the Past, exploring this historical crime based on a true story in Davidson County.