As guests of the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South and the Chamber Music Society of Little Rock, the Eroica Trio plays a feisty program of Bach and Brahms, plus settings of Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" and Rachmaninoff's Vocalise that were arranged specifically for the group.
Vastly more impactful in a live setting than they are through the headphones, Mothership is a clean machine, greased liberally with reverence for fellow Texans ZZ Top and fueled by the sort of subcellular telekinesis that you get when two brothers form a rock ’n’ roll outfit.
If you’ve ever longed to sip the finest glass of beer in Arkansas as a gang of giant robots wanders by, here’s your chance, because the people watching in Hot Springs — seemingly already at its peak quotient of quirk — is about to get off-the-charts nerdy.
As part of the Argenta Reading Series, author Elle Nash will read from her 2018 novel “Animals Eat Each Other," which follows a polyamorous, sadomasochistic relationship between a male Satanist and tatoo artist, his girlfriend, and a third party, Lilith, who finds herself caught in a web of desire and jealousy that becomes increasingly difficult to navigate.
BODYTRAFFIC, a nimble Los Angeles ensemble that blends human geometry with clever costumery, takes on not only classical contemporary ballet but the Lindy hop, hip-hop and everything between. They're in town for the ACANSA Arts Festival.
Twenty years in, “Pilate” is still a bop of biblical proportions, “Cheap Red Wine” is still a rhyme scheme for the barroom and “Out Here in the Pines” is still heavy as hell.
The inaugural Yadaloo Music and Arts Festival will open its gates at the North Shore Riverwalk Park in North Little Rock on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. Texas country artist Stoney LaRue headlines the festival, and Jason Boland & The Stragglers and William Clark Green will also perform.
Born of Ball’s vocal savvy and versatility as a spoken word poet, Tank and the Bangas’ work is a nimble vehicle for her wit and theatricality, and a calling card for the outfit’s home city of New Orleans — vibrant, infectiously joyful and always weird.
"The Paraphrase" and "Characters of Impact," sculpture series by Mexican sculptor and ceramicist José Sacal (1944-2018), are on exhibit in the Sky Terrace of the Clinton Presidential Center.
Argenta Gallery and the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South host "Aerie," an exhibition of lyrical works by Louisiana artists George Marks and Lisa diStefano.