If you've wished Charlotte Symphony would dare more, line up for '16-'17 tickets nowFeb 5, 2016
A world-premiere percussion concerto. Choral masterpieces by Bruckner, Mendelssohn and Mahler. Seven works the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra has never played, from Liszt and Rachmaninov to modernists György Ligeti and Thomas Adès. Major solo opportunities for three of the CSO's principals.
Not to mention Van Cliburn's piano.
Anyone who has felt the CSO needs to show more daring or program with more variety should be lining up now for season subscriptions to the 2016-17 Classics Concerts season. They cost $217-$539 for the seven-show package and $255-$633 for all 10 shows. (Asterisks below designate the three that aren't part of the full season.) You can get them at 704-972-2000 or charlottesymphony.org.