Mint Hill photographer Jim Young took some awesome photos of the mountains this past weekend. The leaves are at their color peak about now and it shows in Jim’s photos.
These intimate private home concerts honor the origins of chamber music. Set in the private homes of generous individuals throughout Charlotte and the surrounding region, these concerts are the perfect opportunity to see every movement of the musicians as they play their instruments. After the performance, meet other classic music enthusiasts, while enjoying hors d’oeurves.
Not sure what chamber music sounds like? Here’s a trio doing Rachmaninov piano trio Elégiaque No.1 in g minor. The trio Sunday will perform Rachmaninov Elégiaque No. 2 in D minor.
The county Arts and Science Council is offering classes to help artists in various media start a business. The Artist as an Entrepreneur Institute is a three-session, award-winning business development course. Visit ASC’s Web site to find out about course dates and costs.
The Mint Hill Highlanders, a bagpipe band formed by [singlepic=42,160,80,,right] Dr. Ed Steel and the Mint Hill Scottish Society, will perform in the Mint Hill Madness parade. This 13-member pipe band will also represent the Scottish society during the annual Mint Hill Highland Games. Read more about The Mint Hill Highlanders Thursday in The Mint Hill Times.
Mark your calendars: The weekend before Mint Hill Madness, September 20, Cultural institutions around town are hosting Discover Mint Hill as a part of the Arts and Science Council’s Cultural Free For All. The Children’s World Museum, Mint Hill Arts, Mint Hill Historical Society, Mint Hill Scottish Society and the Mint Hill Library will offer various events throughout the day including drawings for prizes and gift certificates to local restaurants and a country dance later in the evening.
From left to right: The Discover Mint Hill committee: Sue McDonald, Jerry Helms, Hank Rooney, Sharon Heath and Laura Sussman-Randall. Not pictured: Donna Rogers, Neily Trump, Saga Van Atta, Carlos Alvarez, Sue Helms and Brian Welch.