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 »
Public Weather Update
The Chieftains arrived in Raleigh last night (late, due to weather conditions between Baltimore and Raleigh) and look forward to this evening's concert with the North Carolina Symphony. Roads are dry and the parking facilities and sidewalks around Meymandi Concert Hall are salted and clear, and all performances this week are proceeding as scheduled.
Due to Monday's weather, we are extending our 2014-15 Subscription Renewal Deadline to Wednesday, March 5, 2014. You can renew your subscription online any time. Go to www.ncsymphony.org and click on “Manage Your Account.” If you prefer to renew by phone, please call the Box Office at 919.733.2750, ext. 200 before Wednesday at 5 pm.
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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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »