Salisbury Symphony Kicks Off Their 49th Season with "Triumph"!
October 17, 2015…
Kicking off the Salisbury Symphony’s 2015-16 season is a concert filled with the themes of victory and triumph. It seems appropriate then to entitle the season premier “Triumph!”
“Triumph” will be presented on Saturday, October 17th, at 7:30 pm in Keppel Auditorium on the Catawba College campus. Maestro Hagy has programmed the concert with multiple pieces that exemplify a love of life and triumph over death. For those who arrive by 7:00, Hagy will share background and stories about the music and the composers from the stage.
Sellers’ history with Salisbury Orchestra dates back to its start
Sunday, June 7, 2015 . . . Salisbury Post
By Josh Bergeron
Music began flowing thorough Leroy Sellers’ veins in his childhood, and it hasn’t stopped since.
Sellers, born in High Point, is a veteran of the Salisbury-Rowan Symphony Orchestra. He joined the orchestra in 1967 — one year after its inception — and continues to stroke the strings of his violin, making him the longest serving member of the Salisbury Orchestra. He’s played during all of the Pops at the Posts.
Discover "Come Tickle Our Ivories" on Facebook!
Surely you've seen them!
7 donated pianos,
Decorated by our 7 county high school art students,
Located along Salisbury's Main St. May-Sept
For anyone to play anything anytime!
If not, visit "Come Tickle Our Ivories" on Facebook today!
Season Tickets Now on Sale!
April 28, 2015...
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra has a new season planned, Transformations. Season tickets are now available for sale online beginning today!
Just visit the Season Tickets page to get yours today! And, if you order by May 29th, you may secure reserved seats at this year's Pops at the Post on June 6th.
Young Musician Shines in Orchestra
Photo supplied by Dr. and Mrs. David Agner
Thursday, January 29, 2015 . . . Salisbury Post
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra doesn’t let just anyone perform “The Nutcracker” with them, but last December, 14-year-old cellist Kevin Agner joined the group in the orchestra pit at Keppel Auditorium to perform.
Agner has been a student of Diane Bonds since he began studying cello approximately four years ago. He was a member of the Salisbury Youth Orchestra for two years and the Greensboro Youth Philharmonic Orchestra for one year. Most recently, he has been a member of the Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra.
Come Tickle Our Ivories
This is a novel partnership—in fact the first of its kind in the state!—between the Salisbury Symphony and Rowan County’s seven high schools that involves art students decorating donated pianos to be placed in outdoor downtown Salisbury locations from May through September for the public to play and passersby to enjoy any time!
The goal is to raise enough sponsorship money to cover costs, donate a portion to the schools’ art departments, and support the symphony that’s making this project possible.
Your tax-deductible contribution—for which we promise widespread publicity!—can be made online; by calling the symphony office; or mailing a check:
$100 – Keyboard level
$250 – Spinet level
$500 – Upright level
$1,000 – Baby Grand level
$2,500 – Concert Grand level
Want to give more? We’ll create a special category JUST for you!
Order Tickets Online
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra is pleased to add a new convenience for supporters of the Symphony - the ability to purchase tickets and memberships, and also provide donations, online.
Purchase individual concert tickets in advance at any one of our Ticket Outlets: Salisbury: Belk, Rowan County Visitors Center, Sidewalk Deli; Rockwell: Crescent Pharmacy; Spencer: Green Goat Gallery.