2015-2016 Season Announcement
David Hagy

Dear Friends,

What does the music of the Salisbury Symphony mean to you?  Has it provided a relaxing, happy, challenging, fulfilling, and/or meaningful experience to you?  This season we continue to make our music more relevant and important to the Salisbury-Rowan community!

With works of Sibelius and Beethoven, we "Triumph" over challenge.  The North Carolina Symphony presents "Lovers" whose love, in many cases, is ill-fated.  Duffy, Locklair, and Tchaikovsky explore a "Remembrance" of our heritage and departed loved ones.  Our Family Concert in the GYM at Livingstone champions endangered species with "Lions, Tigers, and (Blue) Bears…Oh my!”  And our county's "High School Musicals" and their performers become the focus of our May concert.  We feature pianist Renee McCachren, familiar to all in our community, and violinist Bryan Hall who grew up in North Carolina.  And of course our Nutcracker and "The Pops at the Post" return!

Come experience the professionalism, the humor, the nostalgia, the friendliness, and the outright joy of our concerts!  We will change your life if you let us into it!

Check back soon for more details on the upcoming season's performances!

NC Arts
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra receives support from the North Carolina Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of North Carolina and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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