Brevard celebrates Independence Day in its best Americana style. From a street festival beginning at 9:00am, to a fireworks party at Brevard College to end the day, there’s no other place you should be for the 4th. Kick off the day by running in Brevard Rotary’s Fire
Twilight Tour is an annual “Open House” for downtown Brevard. Shops will have specials and treats, and be open late for the onset of Christmas shopping. The town gathers to celebrate the season with caroling, live music, the lighting of the Christmas tree as a community, a
Transylvania, Romania might be the origin of Count Dracula’s character, but Transylvania County and Brevard have the best celebration! (And it’s the closest Transylvania there is!) We have a full day’s worth of family fun and light-hearted celebration planned for the
The Brevard Music Center Orchestra presents their final concert of the season—led by Brevard Music Center’s Artistic Director Keith Lockhart with pianist Andrew von Oeyen—performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 22 and Mahler’s Symphony No. 1, “Titan.”
(Ticket holders may attend a free
The Brevard Sinfonia presents their final concert of the season—led by conductor Ken Lam with mezzo-soprano Courtney Miller—performing Ravel’s Shéhérazade, Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis, and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4.
(Ticket holders may attend The PreConcert, a free recital
The Ballad of Baby Doe is one of the most popular and beautifully melodic American operas in the standard repertory! Baby Doe is based on the story of Horace Tabor, Elizabeth “Baby” Doe Tabor, and Augusta Tabor - all real historical figures. The action takes place in Colorado and Wash
The Brevard Concert Orchestra—led by conductor Keith Lockhart with violinist Noah Bendix-Balgley—performs Higdon’s blue cathedral, Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy, and Vaughan William’s A London Symphony.
(Ticket holders may attend The PreConcert, a free recital in Thomas Hall, which begins