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Classical Series Reimagined

Our Reimagined Classical Series features an exciting mix of time-tested favorites and inspiring new works, delivered directly to you! We're highlighting the immense talent within the Orchestra; introducing audiences to contemporary composers; and continuing our celebration of Beethoven, marking 250 years since the birth of the beloved and prolific composer with an exploration of his works.

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Upcoming Concerts

 

MOZART SYMPHONY NO. 40

Streaming: April 24 | 7:30 pm
Watch through May 1 at 7:30 pm

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Experience the intensity of Mozart's unconventional Symphony No. 40 as Music Director Christopher Warren-Green takes the baton in this digital performance. Arguably Mozart's most popular symphony, Symphony No. 40 has captivated music-lovers and popular culture -  since its creation in 1788.

Christopher Warren-Green, conductor

HANDEL Entrance of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon
MOZART Symphony No. 40

NOTE: This program has changed from the originally announced Beethoven 1.

MOZART + HAYDN

Streaming: May 8 | 7:30 pm
Watch through May 15 at 7:30 pm

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Mozart composed his Divertimento in F Major the third in a set after a trip to Milan left him greatly inspired. Delightful and witty, this work is full of Italian grace and charm. Haydn's Symphony No. 64 (subtitled Tempora mutantur, or "Times Changed") is scored for an unusually sparse ensemble but packed with expansive musical grace.

Christopher Warren-Green, conductor

MOZART Divertimento in F major
HAYDN Symphony No. 64, "Tempora mutantur"

BEETHOVEN ROMANCES

Streaming: May 22 | 7:30 pm
Watch through May 29 at 7:30 pm

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Violinist Nathan Meltzer joins your CSO for Beethoven's dulcet and virtuosic Romances for Violin and Orchestra. Technically demanding yet graceful, Beethoven composed his two Romances for Violin and Orchestra in his twenties. Similarly, Schubert composed his Symphony No. 5 at 19 years old, exhibiting great technical accomplishment and extraordinary finesse in this melodic work. 

Christopher Warren-Green, conductor
Nathan Meltzer, violin


BEETHOVEN Romances for Violin and Orchestra
SCHUBERT Symphony No. 5

MOZART VIOLIN CONCERTO NO. 3

Streaming: June 5 | 7:30 pm
Watch through June 12 at 7:30 pm

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Violinist Simone Porter joins your Charlotte Symphony for Mozart's bright and lyrical Violin Concerto No 3. One of only five concertos that Mozart composed for the Violin, this piece was written when Mozart was only 19 years old. Resident Conductor leads the program that also includes Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances.

Christopher James Leesconductor
Simone Porter, violin

MOZART
Violin Concerto No. 3, "Strassburg"
RESPIGHI
Ancient Airs and Dances
Please note: Programs and artists are subject to change without notice.

BEETHOVEN AT 250

No musical mind changed the world more than Ludwig van Beethoven. The year 2020 marked 250 years since his birth, and his music continues to inspire and enrich the lives of people all over the globe. Join us in celebrating Beethoven today!

Celebrate Beethoven


Mozart Symphony No. 40 is the Jerry and Rosalind Richardson Concert
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Nathan Meltzer's appearance is made possible by Ralph S. Grier