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Carolina Symphony at Seven

Joe BrantHost Joe Brant presents memorable performances by the area’s most prominent orchestras.

Weeknights at 7 p.m.

Program Schedule
March 12, 2009
Host Joe Brant samples the sounds of Schubert and Mozart played in concert by the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Christof Perick.
March 11, 2009
Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathrusta
North Carolina Symphony, Gerhardt Zimmerman, conductor

Williams: Joyride from Escapades for Alto Sax & Orchestra
Branford Marsalis, saxophone
North Carolina Symphony, Grant Llewellyn, conductor

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4: Finale
North Carolina Symphony, Gerhardt Zimmerman, conductor

Stephen Jaffe: Cut Time
North Carolina Symphony, Grant Llewellyn, conductor

Christopher Rouse: Sarabande from Friandiese
North Carolina Symphony, Grant Llewellyn, conductor

Thompson: Alleluia
Handel and Haydn Society Chorus, Grant Llewellyn, conductor
March 11, 2009
Host Joe Brant introduces American Spectrum, the new CD release of the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Grant Llewellyn. We’ll also hear an in-concert performance by the Asheville Symphony.
March 10, 2009

Today the focus is on the great traditions – and the brand-new energy -- of the revitalized Brevard Music Center Orchestra under its charismatic new Music Director, Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart.

Strauss: Emperor Waltz
Brevard Festival Orchestra, Keith Lockhart, conductor

Piazzolla: Four Seasons of Buenos Aires: Primavera Porteña (Spring)
Brevard Festival Orchestra, Andres Cardenes, conductor and violin

Bernstein: Times Square (1944) – from On the Town
Asheville Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Meyer, conductor

Brahms: Scherzo from Symphony No. 3
Asheville Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Meyer, conductor

Brahms: Academic Festival Overture
Brevard Festival Orchestra, Keith Lockhart

March 9, 2009

The Greensboro-based Eastern Music Festival Orchestra pairs front-line soloists with edge-of-the-seat music-making by young artists on the cusp of their orchestra careers. We’ll hear riveting performances led by Music Director Gerard Schwarz.

Mussorgsky: Promenade from Pictures at an Exhibition
Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, Jorge Mester, conductor

Haydn: Cello Concerto in C: Finale
Xavier Phillips, cello
Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz, conductor

Grieg: Finale from Lyric Pieces, Op 54
Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz, conductor

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 in E-flat, Op. 70: I. Allegro
Easterm Music Festival Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz conductor

Mahler: Symphony No. 1 “Titan”: II. Scherzo
Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz

Brahms: Violin Concerto in D: Finale
Midori, violin
Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, David Lockington, conductor

March 5, 2009
Joe Brant plays selections by the Winston-Salem Symphony.
 


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