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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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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.

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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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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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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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- 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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- 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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