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2019 Showcases

 

Monday, November 4 - 7:30pm  
Showcase A  Music City Hit-Makers
  Royal Wood
  Daniel Martin
  Diego Figueiredo
  Jen Kober
  Sultans of String
  ShaLeigh Dance Works
  Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba
   
Tuesday, November 5 - 9:30am  
Showcase B  The Black Market Trust
  The Joshua Show
  The Hall Sisters
  Ian Sherwood
  Mike Wiley
  Violet Bell
  Barron Ryan
   
Tuesday, November 5 - 3:45pm  
Showcase C  Time for Three
  Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica
  Helen Simoneau Danse
  Martha Redbone Roots Project
  Jonathan Blanchard
   
Tuesday, November 5 - 8:00pm  
Showcase D  La Terza Classe
  Tayo Aluko
  Verona Quartet
  Zak Morgan
  Heart & Soul of Magic
  Matt Dusk
   
Wednesday, November 6 - 9:00am  
Artist Pitches The Fitzgeralds
  Kevin Reese
  Movement Migration
  Seraph Brass
  Caique Vidal
  Donna Washington
  Norman Foote
  Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer
   
Wednesday, November 6 - 1:45pm   
Showcase E   Jaimee Paul & Leif Shires
  Axis Theatre
  Shana Tucker
  Invoke
  WindSync
  Shaun Boothe
  EmiSunshine
   
   

 

We are pleased to announce your showcasing artists for ArtsMarket 2019, taking place November 4-6 in Durham, NC!  Showcases and artist pitches are scheduled throughout the three days at the historic Carolina Theatre of Durham.

40 artists were selected out of 268 through a highly competitive application process. Each will present a 15-minute showcase or a 5-minute artist pitch at the Carolina Theatre. 

Since 2000, the NC Presenters Consortium and the NC Arts Council have partnered to co-produce ArtsMarket biennially. The conference brings together performing artists, arts agents and managers, vendors, and representatives from performance venues across the state of North Carolina and the southeastern United States. These industry professionals spend three busy days networking, attending showcase performances, and making business deals.

First hosted in Wilmington, ArtsMarket relocated to High Point and, in 2011, moved to its current home in downtown Durham. The city of Durham has a proud and diverse heritage, and its creative workforce and rich arts environment continues to gain recognition and ranking nationwide.

The North Carolina Presenters Consortium formed in 1991 and works closely with its two hundred-plus member organizations to bring the unique, creative experience shared between artist and audience to all people of North Carolina. NCPC is supported by member dues, program fees, and through grant subsidies from the North Carolina Arts Council and South Arts.

For more information about ArtsMarket 2019, visit www.ncpresenters.org/artsmarket, or click for the 2019 Schedule or Registration page.

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