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“Let’s Dance” at the North Carolina Symphony’s Final 2009-2010 Young People’s Concert, March 13
·Posted: 02.25.2010
The North Carolina Symphony and Music Director Grant Llewellyn invite the whole family to an engaging look at dance forms...

North Carolina Symphony Takes “A Journey Down the Rhine” with guests Timothy Myers and Kurt Nikkanen, March 18-20
·Posted: 02.24.2010
Timothy Myers, principal conductor and artistic advisor of the Opera Company of North Carolina, leads the North Carolina...

North Carolina Symphony Announces 2010-11 Concerts
·Posted: 02.21.2010
Ambitious programming, incomparable guest artists and repertoire that displays the brawn and talent of the orchestra in a...

Johnny Mathis to Receive Pfeiffer University Award while in Raleigh
·Posted: 02.17.2010
When Johnny Mathis comes to Raleigh on Feb. 26 and 27 to perform with the North Carolina Symphony, he’ll be picking...

Terry Mizesko’s “Ice Counterpoint” Premieres at UNC, Feb. 23
·Posted: 02.16.2010
“Ice Counterpoint,” a new composition by North Carolina Symphony musician and composer Terry Mizesko, premieres...

Call for Nominations: North Carolina Symphony Music Educator Award
·Posted: 02.15.2010
The North Carolina Symphony is now inviting nominations for the 2010 Maxine Swalin Award for Outstanding Music...

Andrew Litton and the North Carolina Symphony Explore “The Planets,” March 4-6 Pianist William Wolfram Returns as Guest Soloist
·Posted: 02.11.2010
Majesty is the order of the evening when acclaimed guest conductor Andrew Litton leads the North Carolina Symphony in...

Manning Chamber Music Concert at Peace Collge in Raleigh on March 8
·Posted: 02.10.2010
Please join us on Monday, March 8, at 7:30pm for a Manning Chamber Music Series performance in Kenan Recital Hall at Peace...

Johnny Mathis with the North Carolina Symphony, Feb. 26-27
·Posted: 02.09.2010
With over 350 million record sales to his name, Johnny Mathis has been lighting up the world of popular music for half a...

Snow Be Gone: The North Carolina Symphony Returns to Fayetteville, March 23
·Posted: 02.03.2010
Fayetteville residents will have another chance to hear the North Carolina Symphony this winter, after a concert scheduled...

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Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

In her program with the North Carolina Symphony, titled “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda,” legendary Broadway star Patti LuPone performs songs from hit Broadway musicals which she could have played, should have ... More »

The Power of Collaboration

We sat down with North Carolina Symphony Music Director Grant Llewellyn after rehearsal today to talk about his collaboration with guest artist Rhiannon Giddens and arranger Aaron Grad.  That work ... More »

A Global Language

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 »

Singin'... And Workin'

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 »

North Carolina Symphony Spotlighted in CEI Super Bowl Commercial

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 »

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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