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Delicious local food. Hip atmosphere. Amazing music.

Your Soundbites at the Pub ticket (formerly known as the Pub Series) includes a delicious multi-course meal and drink paired with an eclectic, intimate performance by North Carolina Symphony musicians inside some of the Triangle's hippest restaurants. It's a perfect night out with friends.

Individual Concert Tickets:
$67
Price includes multi-course meal and concert.
 

SOUNDBITES at HUMBLE PIE
Monday, March 2 in Raleigh
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Schubert: String Quintet

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SOUNDBITES at HUMBLE PIE
Monday, April 27 in Raleigh
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Beethoven: Serenade in D
Françaix: Quartet for English Horn, Violin, Viola and Cello

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For all events, dinner service at 6pm, concert to follow.


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