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Arts at Queens Membership

Supporting visual, literary and performing arts

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Over more than a century of growth from a liberal arts college into a thriving university, Queens has been rooted in the arts. Regardless of the disciplines our students pursue or the skills they seek, no education is complete without the arts experience. The arts foster creativity, teach diligence and focus, and help students push their boundaries.

Become an Arts at Queens Member

Our members’ generous contributions lead the way for acclaimed performers and artists to come to Queens for four ticketed Spotlight Series programs each year, beginning in 2020. Large audiences of arts patrons will experience world-class performances in the new Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for Arts and Civic Engagement and on our beautiful Queens campus. All programs directly enhance student learning through master craft classes, guest artist Q&A sessions, or other experiences that will inspire our students, connecting them to notable practicing artists and professional beyond Queens.

Membership is for two individuals and coincides with Queens’ academic calendar running July 1 through June 30. Complete membership details including benefits are available in the 2019-2020 Inaugural Season Brochure.

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Inaugural Spotlight Series

An Evening with Sutton Foster

Sutton FosterThursday, February 20, 2020
Sandra Levine Theatre,
Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for Arts and Civic Engagement

Sutton Foster will sing Broadway selections from her many award-winning roles, including Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Millie. During her visit, she will spend time with Queens students, answering their questions about her life and career in musical theater and in television.

Philharmonix: The Vienna Berlin Music Club

PhilharmonixFriday, April 17, 2020
Sandra Levine Theatre,
Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for Arts and Civic Engagement

Philharmonix brings together members of the Vienna Philharmonic and Berlin Philharmonic, with a versatile pianist and an improvising and singing violinist for a deliciously heady and high-quality cocktail of classical, jazz, klezmer, Latin, and pop music. Anything goes, as long as it’s fun. This performance celebrates Charlotte Concerts’ 90-year legacy. 

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Contact Us

If you would like more information about Arts at Queens membership, please contact Sara Henley, Director of Gambrell Center at henleys@queens.edu or 704-337-2466. 

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