Symphony 101


The Charlotte Symphony is committed to delivering exceptional music experiences and acknowledges that understanding the context and history of composers and their works can be a valuable component of the music-going experience.

Symphony 101 is series of adult learning opportunities across our community, led by Davidson College Symphony Orchestra Music Director Tara Keith. Lectures are free and will take place in two locations--uptown in Founders Hall and at the Levine Jewish Community Center. Themes will complement the Symphony's programming.

The Orchestra:
An Organized Circus
Thursday, October 12, 12 pm (Founders Room)
Friday, October 27, 1 pm (Gorelick Hall, Levine Jewish Community Center)
 
Praise & Protest:
Meeting the Demands of 19th Century Audiences
Thursday, November 16, 12 pm (Founders Room)
Friday, November 17, 1 pm (Gorelick Hall, Levine Jewish Community Center)
 
Baroque: The Period of "Imperfect Pearls" Thursday, January 4, 12 pm (Founders Room)
Friday, January 19, 1 pm (Gorelick Hall, Levine Jewish Community Center)
 
Disability & Dynamic Music Thursday, March 8, 12 pm (Founders Room)
Friday, March 9, 1 pm (Gorelick Hall, Levine Jewish Community Center)
 
An Introduction to 20th Century Musical Dialects Friday, April 27, 12 pm (Gorelick Hall, Levine Jewish Community Center)
Thursday, May 3, 1 pm (Founders Room)


Please register below. If you would like to register by phone, please call 704-644-0867 x5134.

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