The Cahaba River Fry-Down is a celebration of the Cahaba River – our region’s primary drinking water source and a treasure trove of biological diversity. The principal fundraiser for the […]
A Night of Jazz with Curtis Lundy & Umoja Ensemble is our gift to the community this holiday season! Join us Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. for Grammy-nominated bassist Curtis Lundy for a free concert at the newly remodeled Carver Theatre. GRAMMY-nominated composer, arranger, and recording artist Curtis Lundy studied music at the University of Miami and […]
The duo of jazz pianist and composer Fred Hersch and jazz vocalist esperanza spalding are celebrating the release of their album “Alive at the Village Vanguard” recorded at the legendary club for a packed and rapturous audience. 15-time Grammy winner Hersch, called by The New Yorker “a living legend” – and multiple Grammy Award winner Spalding, […]
Common Ground, a restorative justice program of Birmingham City Schools, is screening the film Till for local students. This event is not open to the public.
Please join Sierra Club for a special screening of Descendant on March 19 at the Carver Theater - an incredible film about the history of Africatown, a community in Mobile, […]
Still Moving Forward: The Birmingham Movement 60 Years Later How far has Birmingham come since 1963? As we mark sixty years of civil rights history, what do you want the […]
ASFA Music presents Jazz Night Friday, April 14, 2023 from 7-9 pm ONE NIGHT ONLY! The Alabama School of Fine Arts Music Department presents Jazz Night at the […]
"So You Say You Play Jazz?" José Carr’s True Story On May 9th, BellisarioSonic Arts will release a feature length documentary on Ensley native and Alabama Jazz Hall of Famer, […]