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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.
 
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Seating in New Bern for North Carolina Symphony concerts is general admission by section.

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Wilson Center Wilson Center - Cape Fear Community College, Wilmington

The new Wilson Center features state of the art technology, outstanding acoustics and spectacular sight lines - from the seats on the orchestra floor, to the balconies and boxes.This brand new performance hall accommodates over 1500 seats.

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- Northside High School Auditorium - Jacksonville

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- Fayetteville Technical Community College - Fayetteville

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- Morgan's Chop House - Fayetteville

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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.
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- First Baptist Church - Clinton

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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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- The Glenwood - Raleigh
Surrounded by acres of woodland, The Glenwood is an inviting and versatile location. Farm-to-Table cuisine is provided by the Irregardless Café, offering the full range of menu options.
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- Quail Ridge Books - Raleigh
Quail Ridge Books is an independent shop with a friendly, knowledgeable staff dedicated to providing the best in customer service. Founded in 1984 by Nancy Olson, the store provides a wide variety of carefully selected books, events, discussion groups and town hall meetings. Owner Lisa Poole bought the store in 2013 and is dedicated to keeping it local!
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- Memorial Auditorium at Duke Energy Center - Raleigh

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- CAM Raleigh - Raleigh
CAM Raleigh seeks to curate the most contemporary works of art and design possible—those still emerging, growing, and living. We hope to spark new thinking by creating ever-changing experiences that explore what’s now and nearing.
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- Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian - Washington, D.C.

On any given day the spectacular glass-ceilinged Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard is filled with visitors. It serves as a light-filled sanctuary for weary tourists, a welcome place to eat and re-fuel for families, and a dramatic program and performance space both during museum hours and in the evenings. Residents of Washington, D.C. are justly proud of this magnificent public space, and for those visiting the Portrait Gallery for the first time, the undulating canopy elicits surprise and wonder.

In 2004, following an international competition, the Smithsonian announced that a panel of jurors had selected the designs of London–based architects Foster + Partners. Foster + Partners has designed numerous innovative and award–winning projects, such as the Great Court at the British Museum in London and the Reichstag, the New German Parliament in Berlin. The firm's most recent project in the United States is the Hearst Tower in New York City.

The roof is a wavy glass–and–steel structure that appears to float over the courtyard, letting in natural light but protecting visitors from the elements. The double–glazed glass panels are set in a grid completely supported by eight aluminum–clad columns located around the perimeter of the courtyard so that the weight of the roof does not affect the National Historic Landmark building.

The courtyard, which can be viewed from the museums' galleries, accommodates an array of activities, including art–making programs, children's activities, concerts and performances.

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- The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Washington, D.C.
The Kennedy Center is the nation's busiest performing arts center, hosting approximately 3,000 events each year for audiences numbering more than 2 million.

Renovated in 1997, the Concert Hall is the largest performance space in the Kennedy Center, seating 2,465. This state-of-the-art facility, which originally opened in 1971, sets new standards for accessibility and sound with a high-tech acoustical canopy, accessible locations on every level, and new seating sections (onstage boxes, chorister seats, and parterre seats).
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