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Patti LuPone Will Perform “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda” April 11th and 12th with the N.C. Symphony

The penultimate presentation of the North Carolina Symphony’s 2013-14 Pops Series will be the two-time Tony Award®-winning actress and singer Patti LuPone’s 8 p.m. Friday, April 11th, and Saturday, April 12th, performances of her critically acclaimed one-woman show Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda … Played That Role, conceived and directed by Scott Wittman, with musical arrangements by… Read More ›

Pops in the City | Sept 12

North Carolina Symphony Launches New Season with Free Concert in Raleigh Amphitheater “Pops in the City,” Sept. 12 Raleigh has a new outdoor amphitheater, and the North Carolina Symphony will be there this September to help break it in. The orchestra, led by Maestro William Henry Curry, will wave goodbye to summer and kick off… Read More ›

North Carolina Symphony Concludes its Spring Concert Season with “Romantic Inspirations” | May 20-21

The North Carolina Symphony’s spring concert season comes to a dramatic close with performances in Fayetteville and Durham, May 20-21.

American Classics with the North Carolina Symphony | May 13-18

The homegrown concert features works by three masters—Bernstein, Copland and John Williams

Johnny Mathis with the North Carolina Symphony | Feb 26-27

With over 350 million record sales to his name, Johnny Mathis has been lighting up the world of popular music for half a century. See him this month, when the Grammy Hall of Famer lends his incomparable vocal talents to the North Carolina Symphony in a showcase of poignant classics. The concerts take place at… Read More ›