When the veteran director of The ArtsCenter says this “might be the most excited” he’s been about a performance, you have to pay attention. And with a name like David Amram, you can understand where Mr. Art Menius’ excitement is coming from.

Mr. Amram comes to Carrboro on Thursday, April 4th, at 7:00 p.m. at The ArtsCenter.

A renowned, musician, composer, conductor, and storyteller, Amram is as close to a Renaissance man as 20th century entertainment has come. He’s contribued scores to major Hollywood Blockbusters, played the French horn in the Charles Mingus Orchestra and adapted Shakespeare for the opera with Joseph Papp. Famous collaborates with Amram include Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, Hunter S. Thompson, Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson (to name a few).

Poetry wil be read by special guests David Need and Joseph Donahue, and of course, Amram will bring his legendary style and high energy to the stage. Don’t miss it! Contact The ArtsCenter for details and tickets.