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Meymandi Concert Hall Meymandi Concert Hall - Raleigh
With the opening of a new concert hall in downtown Raleigh in 2001, the arts in North Carolina changed forever. Meymandi Concert Hall, the home of the North Carolina Symphony, features a world-class design, sparkling acoustics and an intimate atmosphere that redefines the concert experience.

Classical Concerts
Pops Concerts
Friday Favorites concerts are general admission.


Kenan Recital Hall, William Peace University Kenan Recital Hall, William Peace University - Raleigh

Kenan Recital Hall is home to the Symphony's free Manning Chamber Music Series, as well as small or student ensemble performances throughout the year.


Kenan Auditorium, UNC-Wilmington Kenan Auditorium, UNC-Wilmington - Wilmington
The 1,016-seat Kenan Memorial Auditorium is the largest performing arts venue on the University of North Carolina Wilmington campus and in the Wilmington area.



Lee Auditorium, Pinecrest High School Lee Auditorium, Pinecrest High School - Southern Pines
This 1,348 auditorium features a full-stage concert shell, providing wonderful acoustics for North Carolina Symphony concerts performed for Moore County audiences.



Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill Memorial Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill - Chapel Hill
Memorial Hall, a 1,434-seat proscenium theater located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was built in the early 1930's. The on-site staff, both supervisors and crew, is composed of undergraduate and graduate students who are managed by the Office of the Executive Director for the Arts.



Huff Concert Hall, Methodist University Huff Concert Hall, Methodist University - Fayetteville
Conveniently located on the campus of Methodist University, just north of downtown Fayetteville and off I-295.

Seabrook Auditorium, Fayetteville State University Seabrook Auditorium, Fayetteville State University - Fayetteville
Since its debut in 1954, Seabrook Auditorium has been a focal point of Fayetteville State University and a center of entertainment and cultural excellence for all of Cumberland County. The 1,100-seat venue underwent a complete renovation in 2005 and now offers first-rank seating, lighting and acoustics.

Seating in Seabrook Auditorium for North Carolina Symphony concerts is general admission.


New Bern Riverfront Convention Center New Bern Riverfront Convention Center - New Bern
A state-of-the-art convention facility, the Riverfront Convention Center is beautifully situated at the confluence of the Trent and Neuse Rivers in historic downtown New Bern. Concerts take place in the ballroom.
Seating in New Bern for North Carolina Symphony concerts is general admission by section.


Booth Amphitheatre Booth Amphitheatre - Cary
Booth Amphitheatre blends technology with nature, fitting a superior performing arts center in the midst of pine trees by Cary's Symphony Lake. The $12.5 million amphitheatre opened in summer 2001, providing a glamorous and comfortable home for the Symphony's annual Rex Healthcare Summerfest Series.



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