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June 28-July 26, 2014

30th Anniversary Season!

An Appalachian Summer, on the campus of Appalachian State University, is one of the country’s leading regional arts festivals. The 2014 festival, celebrating 30 years of world-class arts and entertainment, features outstanding artists such as Little Big Town, Pilobolus, Matthew Morrison, Nickel Creek, Dance Theatre of Harlem and Sheryl Crow.

Chetola has once again partnered with An Appalachian Summer to bring you the best of both worlds…outstanding entertainment and beautiful accommodations. Stay in Chetola Lodge, The Bob Timberlake Inn or a Chetola Condominium and combine that stay with tickets to the performance(s) of your choice. The savings on your accommodations and tickets are only available with the purchase of this special package.

Package Pricing*


Includes a two-night stay at Chetola Resort
and two tickets to the performance of your choice.

Chetola Lodge*

Includes breakfast daily
Weekday packages from $383 per couple
Weekend packages from $402 per couple

The Bob Timberlake Inn*

Includes breakfast daily
Weekday packages from $476 per couple
Weekend packages from $601 per couple


Weekday packages from $412 per couple
Weekend packages from $487 per couple

*Package totals above are taken from an averaging of adult ticket prices.

Package prices will vary depending on the performances selected.


Outdoor Fireworks Concert:

Little Big Town

Saturday, June 28| 7:30pm | Kidd Brewer Stadium




The Broyhill Chamber Ensemble

June 29 and July 1, 20 & 22 | 8:00pm | Rosen Concert Hall

June 29 - XXXXXXX - Showcases the singularly expressive range of the violin and the diverse manner in which composers have exploited it. The use of musical dialogue will be contrasted with performances of Beethoven’s Violin Sonata and Webern’s Four Pieces for violin and piano.

July 1 - XXXXXX - Picks up where “Part One” leaves off. A cello sonata from Beethoven’s late period contrasts with the Violin Sonata heard in “Part One,” and is contrasted with a duo for viola and cello by Paul Hindemith. This time, Bach is paired with Fancy on a Bach Air by John Gorigliano (The Red Violin), written 270 years later. Concluding the program will be Robert Schumann’s powerful Piano Quartet, contrasting his respectful underscoring for Bach as heard in “Part One.”

July 20 - XXXXXXX - Takes us from Bach’s Baroque era with its famous Trio Sonata format, to a string trio by Beethoven and finally to the ever popular Piano Trio by Mendelssohn.

July 22 - XXXXXX - Demonstrates the development of the Trio form from the Baroque era to the Classical, followed by the blooming of the Piano Quartet form, not only by simply adding an instrument, but by making all voices equal partners. The concert and the chamber series will come to a close and full circle from the opening program by adding yet one more instrument to perform Robert Schumann’s rousing Piano Quintet.

Gil Morgenstern, pictured at right


July 3 | 8:00pm | XXXXXX


Eastern Festival Orchestra with Sir James Galway, flute

July 6 | 8:00pm | XXXXXX


Hayes School of Music Faculty Showcase

July 9 | 8:00pm | XXXXXX


Triad Stage: "All's Well That Ends Well"

July 10 | 8:00pm | Valborg Theatre

Written and directed by Preston Lane and performed by Triad Stage. Freely adapted from J.M. Synge’s "The Playboy of the Western World."





Matthew Morrison and the Greensboro Symphony

Sunday, July 12 | xxxpm
| xxxxx




Nickel Creek

Thursday, July 14 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts




Dance Theatre of Harlem

Saturday, July 19 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts




Sheryl Crow

Sunday, July 24 | 8:00pm | Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts



National Youth Orchestra

Thursday, July 26 | 8:00pm
| Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts







For Film Series (June 30, July 7, July 15 & July 21) and other special events being featured at An Appalachian Summer, please visit


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