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A pitcher of cool water in a musical desert Jun 16, 2020

By Lawrence ToppmanOf Note, WDAV Classical Public RadioThe Internet has been crammed for three months with well-intentioned, often makeshift performances designed to relieve the cultural drought. [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony Al Fresco Is A New Virtual Concert Series You’re Sure To Enjoy Jun 16, 2020

By Sunny HublerQC ExclusiveEnjoy music from the safety of home with Charlotte Symphony al fresco, a new virtual concert series.The first concert is dedicated to hope and healing for our community, [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony Musicians Present A Special Act Friday 4/17 – A Symphony A Part Apr 20, 2020

By Sunny HublerQC Exclusive

The Pastoral Symphony

If you hear a solitary melody floating through the air on Friday, April 17th at 3 p.m., you may be hearing one of the musicians of the [..] Read More


Weekend In Virtual Entertainment: Charlotte Symphony, Boom Festival, Opera Carolina & More! Apr 17, 2020

By Gwendolyn GlennWFAEAlthough members of the Charlotte Symphony won't be performing live anytime soon because of the coronavirus pandemic, they are doing something special for the public through a [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony cancels popular Summer Pops series over coronavirus concerns Apr 10, 2020

By Catherine MuccigrossoThe Charlotte ObserverThe Charlotte Symphony confirmed Friday it has canceled its popular Summer Pops series.The move occurred as the orchestra and the rest of the arts [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony makes ‘gut-wrenching decision' to cancel Summer Pops series. CEO talks lost revenue, next steps Apr 9, 2020

By Jennifer ThomasCharlotte Business JournalThe Charlotte Symphony's popular Summer Pops series has fallen victim to COVID-19.The orchestra has canceled or postponed 39 performances through the end [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony has launched an online program with some stellar home performances Mar 29, 2020

By CLTure NewsCharlotte Symphony has gone online and interactive. During the moratorium on live events, they've set up their website with streaming audio of past Charlotte Symphony Orchestra [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony's Healing Hands Program Changing Lives Mar 2, 2020

By Katy SoltSpectrum NewsThe Charlotte Symphony is bringing the music out of the theater, and into the community through the Healing Hands program. Musicians take their talents to places like [..] Read More


This concert series lets you hear Charlotte Symphony Orchestra musicians for free Feb 25, 2020

By Lawrence ToppmanThe Charlotte ObserverThe upside? Free chamber music, almost all of it impossible to hear elsewhere in the region, played for sheer joy by members of the Charlotte Symphony [..] Read More


Weather fails to dampen CSO's performance for Families First in Cabarrus County Feb 24, 2020

By Thomas LottIndependent TribuneIt was a packed house at All Saints Episcopal Church in Concord on Friday as the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra performed for families and children around the area. [..] Read More


New Charlotte Symphony season celebrates Beethoven’s 250th, jazz, soul and movies Feb 16, 2020

By Lawrence ToppmanThe Charlotte ObserverLudwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday falls in December 2020, a boon to orchestras across the globe: They have packed the season leading up to that event [..] Read More


CSO Presents Valentine's-Themed Concert Featuring Concert Pianist Gabriela Martinez Feb 14, 2020

By Cecilia Whalencvnc.orgThe Charlotte Symphony presented a Valentine's-themed concert at the Knight Theater on Feb. 14, offering a four-piece program featuring works by Tchaikovsky, Chopin, [..] Read More


Cherokee Nation Claims Territory Next to APPALACHIAN SPRING Feb 1, 2020

by Perry TannenbaumBroadway World ReviewWhen you think of an All-American concert at Belk Theater performed by the Charlotte Symphony, composers like Samuel Barber or Aaron Copland figure to be in [..] Read More


Cherokee Chamber Singers bring their message to Charlotte: ‘We’re still here’ Jan 21, 2020

By Lawrence ToppmanThe Charlotte ObserverIf you visit Cherokee, N.C., you can see Indians as museum exhibits, denizens of a reconstructed village, perhaps croupiers in a casino resort or hawkers [..] Read More


From ‘Drag Race’ to symphony stage: Thorgy bridges classical and LGBTQ culture Jan 16, 2020

By Courtney DevoresThe Charlotte ObserverShe may not have come in first as a competitor on Season 8 of "RuPaul's Drag Race," or on Season 3 of "RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars," but Brooklyn musician [..] Read More


Annual MLK concert blends jazz, classical and folk styles to celebrate a legacy Jan 14, 2020

By Page LeggettThe Charlotte ObserverCharlotte's annual "Bridging Musical Worlds" concert started in 2009 to honor Martin Luther King Jr. and to bring together diverse musical styles in the spirit [..] Read More


Charlotte Symphony Orchestra makes us consider Beethoven’s genius anew Jan 11, 2020

By Lawrence ToppmanThe Charlotte ObserverBBC Music Magazine just gave a five-star review to Conrad Tao's "American Rage" album, praising performances of 20th-century pieces that are "craggy and [..] Read More


Thor: Dragnarok Jan 10, 2020

By Gregg ShapiroQNotesAnyone who has been watching "RuPaul's Drag Race" from the beginning knows that many of the queens' talents extend beyond just being able to lip-synch for their lives and [..] Read More


Conrad Tao Debuts as Warren-Green Returns to Charlotte with Rousing Beethoven Celebration to Launch Ludwig's 250th Birthday Year Jan 10, 2020

By Perry Tannenbaumcvnc.orgCelebrations of Ludwig van Beethoven don't really need to lean on a convenient excuse. Just before celebrations broke out worldwide on January 1, 2020, commemorating the [..] Read More


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