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North Carolina Symphony Honors Tenth Anniversary of Meymandi Concert Hall, Feb. 10-12
·Posted: 01.25.2011
The North Carolina Symphony celebrates the tenth anniversary of the opening of Meymandi Concert Hall by performing three...

Ensembles in the Schools Brings North Carolina Symphony Musicians into New Bern Classrooms, Feb. 1
·Posted: 01.21.2011
The North Carolina Symphony announced today the launch of an exciting lineup of concerts that will bring live instrumental...

North Carolina Symphony Celebrates “Dance in Music” with Firebird Suite and more; $20 Matinee Concert in Raleigh, Feb. 4; Additional Performances in Fayetteville and New Bern
·Posted: 01.20.2011
Associate Conductor Sarah Hicks leads guest pianist Valentina Lisitsa, the North Carolina Symphony and North Carolina...

Rising Star Baiba Skride Joins North Carolina Symphony for “Slavic Drama;" Masterworks by Prokofiev, Dvorák and Karel Husa, Jan. 27-29
·Posted: 01.19.2011
Violinist Baiba Skride has been hailed as “one of the most exciting young talents to have emerged since Itzhak...

Idina Menzel On Stage with North Carolina Symphony, March 31; Tickets On Sale Jan. 24
·Posted: 01.18.2011
Superstar vocalist Idina Menzel, star of Wicked, Rent and Fox’s hit television show Glee, lends her powerhouse...

Motown and More: Mary Wilson of The Supremes with the North Carolina Symphony, Jan. 21-22
·Posted: 01.13.2011
Mary Wilson, founding member of the most famous female trio in music history, joins forces with Maestro William Henry Curry...

Lang Lang Joins North Carolina Symphony for One Night Only Special Event, Jan. 31
·Posted: 01.10.2011
Global superstar Lang Lang returns to the North Carolina Symphony for a one-night-only performance of Russian masterworks,...

Andrea Quinn Returns to North Carolina Symphony for Wagner and Elgar Showcase, Jan. 14-15
·Posted: 01.03.2011
The North Carolina Symphony welcomes one of its favorite guest conductors back to the podium when British conductor Andrea...

CALL FOR ENTRIES: North Carolina Symphony Launches Design Contest to find New Mascot for NCS Kids Events
·Posted: 12.17.2010
The North Carolina Symphony is looking for a new face for its NCS Kids concerts and events—and it could come from...

Beethoven’s “Eroica” Headlines North Carolina Symphony Concerts in Southern Pines, Wilmington and Kinston, Jan. 6-8, 2011
·Posted: 12.14.2010
The North Carolina Symphony, led by Resident Conductor William Henry Curry, travels across the state next month to...


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