Blog Index
The journal that this archive was targeting has been deleted. Please update your configuration.

BRG Sundays@4 Header


Sundays@4 is Baton Rouge Gallery’s most diverse program, offering more than a dozen performances/readings from top-notch local authors, musicians, dance troupes, poets and more. Always free, always open to the public and always starting at 4pm, these intimate engagements give you an up close look at what local writers and performers are working on. Here’s what’s coming up next at Sundays@4:  


May 13: Talented Music String Orchestra Concert (Special Time: Saturday, 1:30pm)


On Saturday, May 13, Baton Rouge Gallery’s Sundays@4 series will host a special concert featuring students from select East Baton Rouge Parish middle and high schools.


This event has been scheduled for Saturday (at 1:30 p.m.) in order to not conflict with anyone's Mother's Day plans. 


The Talented Music String Orchestra features students from Glasgow Middle, Baton Rouge Magnet High, and Woodlawn High.


The concert will feature the district talented music string students of Dr. YongHao Pan and will include selections from Dvorak’s String Quartet “America,” Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings,” Britten’s “Simple Symphony,” Elgar’s “Sospiri,” and other works by Mahler, Mozart, and Schumann. 




May 21: Baton Rouge Youth Poet Laureate Book Release


At 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 21, in partnership with Forward Arts, Baton Rouge Gallery’s Sundays@4 series will host the debut book releases for Baton Rouge's newly named Youth Poet Laureates, Britanny Marshall and Jolie Gilbert.


Both of the poets' books are being published by New York-based publishing company, Penmanship Books.


Gilbert, of Prairieville, is a 2015 graduate of Dutchtown High School. Gilbert performed as a member of the school’s poetry slam team and went on to become a member of the Forward Arts All Stars, the youth poetry slam team. She now attends LSU and is majoring in creative writing. 


Marshall is a Brave New Voices alumn, a member of the LSU Poetry Slam Team, and a member of the 2017 Eclectic Truth Poetry Slam Team.


As with all Sundays@4 events, admission will be free of charge.  



For more info on upcoming Sundays@4 events, please call 225.383.1470.



Baton Rouge Gallery and its Sundays@4 program is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge.