One of the powerful things about pairing a mime company and a symphony orchestra is that both demonstrate universal languages, and the Magic Circle Mime Co. is here this weekend ... More »
“North Carolina Symphony Music Discovery” Events in August
Musicians from the North Carolina Symphony will be on hand to read, and the Symphony will offer its Instrument Zoo for young children in the six regional library locations of Wake County Public Libraries in August.
This music education program, “North Carolina Symphony Music Discovery,” is designed for preschool children and their families. PNC awarded a $50,000 grant to the North Carolina Symphony to fund the program, as part of its Grow Up Great initiative, a $350 million, multi-year bilingual initiative that began in 2004 to improve early childhood education.
Programs are also planned throughout the 2013/14 season for Fayetteville, New Bern, Wilmington and Southern Pines.
One of the wonderful things about the North Carolina Symphony is that it speaks so many different musical languages. In the space of just one week, the orchestra will have ... More »
When audiences this weekend in Raleigh experience the music and movie magic that is Singin’ in the Rain with the North Carolina Symphony, they can thank John Goberman. The creator ... More »
Everyone always looks forward to Super Bowl commercials because they are so much fun to watch. On Sunday, February 2, while you are taking a break from rooting for either ... More »
The Britten: Cello Symphony and Sonata CD, recorded by soloist Zuill Bailey and the North Carolina Symphony under the baton of Music Director Grant Llewellyn, debuted this week on the ... More »
Cellist Zuill Bailey recently sat down to chat about his new Britten: Cello Symphony & Sonata compact disc recorded with Music Director Grant Llewellyn and the North Carolina Symphony, which ... More »
The North Carolina Symphony is recording its performances of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony this weekend at Meymandi Concert Hall, using the talents of Symphony cellist Nathaniel Yaffe (pictured)…on stage and off. More »