Want more arts, but worried about your budget? Take a look at these Charlotte optionsJan 30, 2019
Charlotte Symphony: "Music for All" allows community members with EBT cards (federal assistance) to go to any concert for $1, with the tickets sold beginning one hour before any performance, for best-available seating. Student rush tickets cost $15 for some concerts, and free summer concerts and programs are offered in neighboring towns. Two free learning opportunities: Project Harmony is an intensive after-school youth program in some Charlotte communities, and Symphony 101 is a series led by Davidson College Symphony Orchestra Music Director Tara Keith and held at WDAV in Davidson.
By Myah Ward, The Charlotte Observer
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