Calendar of Events

Welcome to the events calendar! Here we work to gather arts events in Conway and beyond hosted by members of our community.  Each year during ArtsFest you will find the calendar for our celebration here as well.  

  • Performances by the Hendrix College Choir Dr. Andrew Morgan conductor, Chamber Orchestra Dr. Karen Griebling conductor, and Wind Ensemble Dr. Gretchen Renshaw conductor at Hendrix College's Annual Family Weekend Concert.

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  • The Conway Composers Guild presents its ArtsFest at Conway First United Methodist Church at 3:00 PM on Saturday October 7, 2017.

    The hour long program includes new and recent works by composers that live, study, and work in Conway, AR. The program is free and family-friendly. Voluntary donations support the McBeth Memorial Composition Prize. 

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  • Excerpts from composer, Karen Griebling's two new CDs, CRC 3553, the opera "Richard III: A Crown of Roses,  A Crown of Thorns" and CRC 3570 song cycle "Fractal Heart" will be performed by sopranos Stephanie Smittle and Kara Claybrook, trumpeter Larry Jones, and pianist Stefanie Dickinson, along with "Feldmusik, military music from Richard III" and "Bagatelles, court and courtship music from Richard III." CD sales and signing will be available after the performance in Trieschmann Gallery. The event is free, no reservations are necessary, and the public is invited.

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  • Conway First United Methodist Church hosts the Conway Composers Guild Annual Concert on its "Under the Dome" Series at 3:00 PM on Sunday February 4, 2018. The family friendly program includes new and recent music composed by composers that live, study, and work in Conway and will include the premiere of the entry by the winner of the third W. Francis McBeth Memorial Composition Prize co-sponsored by the Conway Symphony Orchestra and the Conway Composers Guild and Finale Make-Music, incorporated. The event is free and the public is invited. Voluntary donations support the McBeth Memorial Composition Competition.

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