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Monday, 15 July 2019 16:43

Opening Night: All Tchaikovsky

Violinist Chee-Yun Violinist Chee-Yun joins the Brevard Music Center Orchestra and conductor JoAnn Falletta to open the 2019 Brevard Music Center Summer Festival. Enjoy an afternoon of Tchaikovsky, featuring his Violin Concerto and Symphony No. 5.

Thursday, 11 July 2019 15:32

A Bernstein Celebration

bernstein-celebration-300pxPianist Norman Krieger, the Brevard Music Center Orchestra, and conductor Keith Lockhart join together to celebrate the legacy of Leonard Bernstein. With works by Barber, Debussy, bookended by Sibelius' Symphony No. 5 and Rosza's Parade of the Charioteers.

Thursday, 11 July 2019 15:01

Winston-Salem Symphony: April 2015

cl-141116-250In the Spring of 2015 the Winston-Salem Symphony featured a soloist saxaphonist for a concert at the Stevens Center. The program also included one of the ballet suites by a 20th century Russian master, a beloved Beethoven symphony and more dance music from a landmark Broadway musical. The Lenoir Sax Ensemble is also prominently featured in highlights from another program from the Lenoir Rhyne Concert Series.

 

 

Monday, 01 July 2019 16:43

"Enigma" Variations

Dasol KimPianist Dasol Kim opens this program of works by Mozart and Elgar. Lang-Lessing conducts the students of the Brevard Sinfonia.

tesla-quartet-300It’s exciting to present music played by an excellent ensemble that has never been on Carolina Live before, and we do that in this program.  It’s the Columbia-based Palmetto Chamber Orchestra, with a concert titled Mozart and Salieri, and as the title indicates, the music of those two great composers is featured.  There’s Salieri’s Sinfonia in D “La Veneziana,”plus Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat for Violin, Viola and Orchestra and his Fantasia in d-minor.  The concert ends with the American premiere of a piece titled Mozartino. Our program then presents some stirring chamber music by Haydn and Prokofiev performed by the Tesla Quartet, so make sure to join us for this Carolina Live.

Friday, 21 June 2019 00:33

Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony

itamar-zorman-300Itimar Zorman joins the Brevard Music Center Orchestra in a concert featuring Berg's final composition and Beethoven's idyllic Sixth Symphony.

 

 

 

Saturday, 15 June 2019 00:00

Opening Night with Olga Kern

olga-kern-500Keith Lockhart leads the Brevard Music Center Orchestra in a performance of Bartok's virtuosic Concerto for Orchestra. Olga Kern plays one of Rachmaninoff's most famous works.

 

 

 

Barry-Douglas-300pxEnjoy both a terrific symphony orchestra and a top-notch chamber ensemble on this Carolina Live program.  The Greensboro Symphony plays two selections by Tchaikovsky, including the Piano Concerto No. 2 with guest pianist Barry Douglas. They then perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 in F.  The highly-respected Broyhill Chamber Ensemble performs Haydn’s Trio in G and Robert Schumann’s Piano Quintet in E-flat.  It’s a strong combination of performers and compositions, so please join us.

Pictured: Barry Douglas; photo courtesy of IMG.

nakahara morihikoHere in the 21st century we have the privilege of admiring and enjoying music from the previous century. In this program the South Carolina Philharmonic lets you savor the delight of Ives and Schuman’s Variations on “America,” a stirring performance of Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto in e-minor by Edward Aaron, and the Prelude to the Cello Suite No. 1 in G by Bach. The concert concludes with the dramatic Symphony No. 10 by Dmitri Shostakovich. These works would be classics in any century.

John Gordon RossIt’s a game you generally don’t want to play, but on this Carolina Live the Western Piedmont Symphony has a melodic kind of Russian Roulette for you. That’s the title of a concert that features a tribute to Mozart by Meira Warshauer, one of Beethoven’s most famous piano works, the Emperor Concerto, plus the emotion of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 in e-minor.  It’s a musical game you’re sure to win if for this edition of Carolina Live.

 

 

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