The Alleghany Highlands Arts Council will present The Annie Moses Band in a matinee performance on Sunday, November 12, at 3:00 p.m. in Curfman Hall in Covington Middle School.
The Annie Moses Band is a family of Nashville-raised and New York-trained performers. Genre-defying and unforgettable, the group has been thrilling audiences for over a decade with a sweeping virtuosity and musical spirit that is both fresh and poignant. These are true musicians of the highest caliber drawn together by the bonds of family, faith, and love for their audience.
This will be a return performance, as the group was last seen on the Curfman stage in the spring of 2018. Arts Council Executive Director Tammy Scruggs-Duncan commented, “We had so much positive response after their last visit that we decided to move the event time to a Sunday afternoon matinee performance to allow families of all ages to attend. We are offering special rates to church youth groups that might want to make a cultural excursion together.”
Raised by award-winning Nashville songwriters Bill and Robin Wolaver, this band of Juilliard-trained siblings have graced the stages of Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry House. Their PBS specials, “Christmas with the Annie Moses Band” and “The Art of the Love Song,” broke records and have been nominated for an Emmy. Most recently, their 2021 project “Tales From My Grandpa’s Pulpit” topped the Billboard charts.
Dr. Scott Brown & Associates are the corporate co-sponsors with other funding provided by the Alleghany Foundation, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students. Special group rates are available for groups of 10 or more and can be arranged by calling the Arts Council office at 540-962-ARTS (2787). General admission tickets can be purchased online at www.Arts4AllAlleghanyHighlands.com or at the door on the day of the event. ... See MoreSee Less