Feb 8th 8 PM Jazz and Rhythms at Sunset Series

The premier concert for this new concert series, Jazz and Rhythms at Sunset, will be held at The Sunset Theater; located at 234 Sunset Ave. Asheboro, NC
Add to your concert experience by including a fine dining experience at "Hamilton's Steakhouse" 132 Sunset Ave.

Morings Fine Crafts

 Our shop is fully stocked with exquisite and enchanting items to fulfill your buying needs for yourself or those for whom you are shopping for.  Supporting local artisans in the regional NC area, we pride ourselves in carrying ONLY locally crafted items.  From Pottery and Toys to Honey and Fine Art, we have everything you need for that "hard to shop for" person. 

North Carolina Potters Conference

The North Carolina Potters Conference is a premier ceramics conference.  Through its history the conference has featured the some of the best ceramics artists from around the world.  This conference centers on simultaneous demonstrations cultivating a dialogue of techniques, concepts, and experiences between the artists and the audience. 

The Randolph Arts Guild, Jazz and Rhythms at Sunset Series, Presents:

The Ocie Davis Ensemble

The premier concert for this new concert series, Jazz and Rhythms at Sunset, will be held at The Sunset Theater; located at 234 Sunset Ave. Asheboro, NC
Add to your concert experience by including a fine dining experience at “Hamilton’s Steakhouse” 132 Sunset Ave.

The Sunset Theater is located at 234 Sunset Ave. Asheboro, NC
Add to your concert experience by including a fine dining experience at “Hamilton’s Steakhouse” 132 Sunset Ave.
Advance tickets for this inaugural event are available at The Randolph Arts Guild 123 Sunset Ave Asheboro or online @jazzandrhythm.eventbright.com

$15.00 / person for concert only
$40.00/ person for dinner and concert

Tickets also available at the door: $20.00/ person

***Jazz and Rhythms at Sunset is a new quarterly jazz program hosted by The Randolph Arts Guild, at Sunset Theater.  Dinner option sponsored by our partner, Hamilton’s Steakhouse.  Quarterly concerts will be announced soon!

Ocie Davis (Drummer)

Ocie is an internationally recognized musician, educator, and composer who has performed with some of the most influential figures in jazz including Ellis Marsalis, Terence Blanchard, Christian Scott, Nicolas Payton, and Donald Harrison.

John Dillard (Bass)

Profusely creative, highly energetic, sensitive and yet dynamic are a few words that describe the artistry of this extraordinary bassist. Born and raised in Rochester, NY, John was surrounded by music that helped shape his particular style of playing.
Whether John is playing electric, acoustic (upright) bass, or key bass, John can be found holding the groove on local stages in Charlotte, NC, his hometown, or performing on main stages across the country with national recording artists. In his career thus far, he has worked with gospel artist Lejuene Thompson,John P Kee, Daryl Coley, Monique Walker, and Vanessa Bell Armstrong. His RnB credits include, musical director for Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Stephanie Mills, Tamia, Deborah Cox and Queen Latifah. His Smooth/Contemporary jazz credits include artists Brian Simpson, Matt Marshak, Jeff Kashiwa, Steve Cole, Walter Beasley, Nick Colionne, Marc Antoine, MAYSA, Peter White and Four80East.

Lovell Bradford (Piano/Keyboards)

Adjunct professor of piano at Davidson College, where he also studied Music and Art, who is well known and played on a number of top recordings in both the Gospel and Jazz traditions. Bradford is a native of Gary Indiana. His first musical influences were in church where his first teacher, his Grandmother, played every Sunday. His gifts grew and took him to Central State University where he would broaden his musical sphere of influences. He began playing in the jazz scene of Columbus Ohio before moving to Charlotte, NC. Lovell has performed with artists such as Pharez Whitted, Slide Hampton, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Wes “Warmdaddy” Anderson and Ronnie Burrage, and many others.

Phillip Whack (Saxophone)

Phillip Whack is a native of Columbia, SC, and went to Brevard College in Brevard, NC, where he studied saxophone and clarinet. As he honed his skills in college, he began his true quest in music.
As a professional, Phillip has gone on to record or share the stage with the likes of The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Maceo Parker, Clarence Clemons, Fantasia, Fred Wesley, Wycliffe Gordon, Tom Browne, Lenny Kravitz, Branford Marsalis, The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Ojays, Dennis Edwards and the Temptations Review, and many others. He’s performed in 48 states, Asia, Europe, Canada, and Africa.

Attention Home-School Families

Are you a homeschool family?  Do you have the option of offering Music, Arts and Dance./Movement to your children?

Introducing Randolph Artistic Movement: Homeschool Program: Beginning this February we will be offering several arts  (performing and visual) programs for your children to round out their homeschool learning experience.

Stay tuned for detailed information regarding registrations, course offerings and price.  And please, pass this information on to your homeschool friends.

A Word about

Asheboro Fall Festival

Asheboro Fall Festival

Are you interested in being part of the 47th Annual Fall Festival?  It’s not too late to register as a vendor!

This years Fall Festival will be held on October 5th and 6th in beautiful downtown Asheboro.  

Click the button below for detailed information on how to register for this years festival, or contact us directly at 336-629-0399.

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Our Mission:

The mission of the Randolph Arts Guild is to develop, coordinate, and promote activities for the citizens of Randolph County to educate, foster appreciation, and provide for self-expression of the arts.

The Randolph Arts Guild

123 Sunset Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203

PO Box 1033 Asheboro, NC 27204

Phone: (336) 629-0399 Fax: (336) 629-2892

Randolph Arts Guild