Tag: Music Director Grant Llewellyn
The North Carolina Symphony opened the season over the weekend on a note of remembrance. Sharing its season opener with the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the program reflected both the melancholy observance and the sense of unified patriotic optimism that followed the tragedy. As the strings of the North Carolina Symphony began to play Ave… Read More ›
Two High School Chamber Orchestras to be Formed in Partnership with Triangle Philharmonic Association The North Carolina Symphony is now taking applications to audition for the 2010/11 Young All-Stars Orchestras. The exclusive chamber orchestras for advanced high school musicians are led by Music Director Grant Llewellyn in partnership with the Triangle’s Philharmonic Association. Accepted students… Read More ›
The North Carolina Symphony presents the world premiere of a new work by celebrated Welsh composer Gareth Glyn during the 2010-11 season’s opening concert, “Ceremonial Splendor.” Along the way, Music Director Grant Llewellyn takes audiences in New Bern, Wilmington and Chapel Hill on a triumphant symphonic journey from Handel to Tchaikovsky. The concert debuts outdoors… Read More ›
The North Carolina Symphony pays tribute next week to the men and women who have kept America safe for generations.
One Night, One Performance, One Great Violinist: Joshua Bell Performs with the North Carolina Symphony Joshua Bell has captured the public’s attention like no other classical violinist of his time. He will perform with the North Carolina Symphony in a special one night only concert on January 14, 2010 at 7:30pm at Meymandi Concert Hall… Read More ›