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2013 Women of Note

Chairman of the North Carolina Symphony Society, Catharine Arrowood expresses her thanks to guests and supporters of the successful Women of Note event that was held in Raleigh May 13, 2013.

North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz invokes the musical magic of the North Carolina Symphony as she welcomes guests to Women of Note.

North Carolina Music Director Grant Llewellyn shares a childhood memory of Schubert in this invitation to Women of Note.

Listen to a thank you note from Mauri Bardales, a violinist with the Young Strings of the Triangle, as he talks about the impact that North Carolina Symphony Education programs have had in his life and his music.

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Renaissance at North Hills
Monday, May 13, 2013 | 12-2pm

Please join us for a memorable luncheon celebrating the North Carolina Symphony's extensive music education program and its impact on future leaders.

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