Norton Center

Art Installation Debuts at Norton Center

Aug 4, 2016
Sarah Jane Sanders

The Norton Center for the Arts debuted this week EAT: a literature and photography installation. The food-driven exhibit at Centre College gives an up-close and personal look at the things we eat every day.

It's cool jazz for a hot summer night on this week's Kentucky Summer Stage. Our July 24, 2015 show features the Legendary Count Basie Orchestra and Diane Schuur recorded in concert at Centre College's Norton Center for the Arts Friday October 30, 2015.

It’s the Count Basie Orchestra and Diane Schuur, at the Norton Center for the Arts during our eclectic series of concert programs, Kentucky summer Stage, Sunday evening at 8:00 on 88-9 WEKU.

Rich Copley, via Twitter

Fans of storytelling are in for treat as the annual Cave Run Storytelling Festival kicks off Friday in Morehead. 

The Kings Singers are a vocal ensemble with a range that crosses boundaries….both stylistically and geographically.  In fact, during the past year, the six-member group has performed in over three dozen countries. They sing the work of contemporary composers, long-established classics and even specially-commissioned pieces.  Kings Singers, Jonathan Howard and Paul Phoenix, spoke with John Hingsbergen about the group itself and Friday night’s performance of “Travel Songs” at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts.