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Composer Portraits Concerts Return with North Carolina Symphony Tribute to John Adams, March 25-26
·Posted: 02.22.2011
The North Carolina Symphony’s innovative Composer Portraits concerts return next month with a tribute to American...

North Carolina Symphony Partners with City of Asheville and Asheville Civic Center for Innovative Education Program, March 15
·Posted: 02.08.2011
The North Carolina Symphony announced today a special partnership with the City of Asheville and Asheville Civic Center...

Red-Hot Pink Martini On Stage with North Carolina Symphony, March 4-5
·Posted: 02.03.2011
Pink Martini returns to Raleigh next month for a two-night stand with the North Carolina Symphony. Packing their unique...

North Carolina Symphony Takes On Ginastera, Copland and Rachmaninoff; Carlos Miguel Prieto Conducts Orchestra Showcase in Raleigh and Southern Pines, Feb. 24-26
·Posted: 01.31.2011
The North Carolina Symphony hosts guest conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto for a program featuring some of music’s most...

Firebird and More at North Carolina Symphony Concerts in Wilmington and Salisbury, Feb. 18-19
·Posted: 01.26.2011
Maestro William Henry Curry takes the North Carolina Symphony to two sides of the state next month with “Passion and...

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...


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NCS at Yale Symposium on Music in Schools

Earlier this month, I had the honor and pleasure of participating in the Yale School of Music Symposium on Music in Schools on the beautiful New Haven campus. The fifth ... More »

N.C. Symphony Chosen for Prestigious SHIFT Festival

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What I Listen to When I'm Not at Work (Hint: Gabriel Kahane)

I'm frequently asked what kinds of music I enjoy when not at work. I always find this a hard question to answer, not because I don't like to listen to ... More »

Wilson County Students "All About that Bass" Before N.C. Symphony Visit

Fifth-grade music students from Rock Ridge Elementary, and band students from Hunt High School in Wilson, N.C., sang and choreographed an "All About That Bass" video to celebrate the upcoming ... More »

Tales from the Tour

I am writing from western North Carolina, where the North Carolina Symphony is in Boone as part of a residency partnership with the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State ... More »

Bailey/North Carolina Symphony CD Debuts on Billboard Chart at No. 1

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 »

Llewellyn's Contract Extended Through 2018 Season

“The North Carolina Symphony has been making a positive difference in the lives of the citizens of North Carolina for more than 80 years, and this extension of Grant Llewellyn’s ... More »

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